SHOWS: Show Listing

Current HERE shows

  • SOUNDSTAGE

    September 13 — September 29 | tickets $15-45

    SOUNDSTAGE is an audio and visual performance poem created by artist Rob Roth. Using the language of cinema, the piece reflects and refracts a ‘meditation on the muse’ and her remedy for loneliness.

  • Puppet Parlor 2018

    December 17 | tickets $25

    The Dream Music Puppetry Program’s feisty showcase of tidbits, characters, and shorts from the pinnacles of the puppet community is back! This year join us for a an evening of revelry with a one-night-only showcase curated by the Apple Boys.

  • ThisTree

    January 6 — January 12 | tickets $30-75

    ThisTree weaves autobiographical storytelling, 8 mm home movies, and Coloff’s signature blend of blues, rock and non-traditional cello playing and singing, supported by an all-female band, to investigate the vantage point of being the last branch on the family tree.

  • Ashes

    March 12 — March 17 | tickets $35-45

    Ashes is the collision of two stories a generation apart. In a small village in the south of Norway, we find is a young man who sets houses on fire, and a writer who seizes them as literary material several decades later.

  • Chimpanzee

    March 14 — March 24 | tickets $15-45

    An aging, isolated chimpanzee pieces together the fragments of her childhood in a human family. Bleak reality bleeds to vivid memory in this non-verbal puppet play. Inspired by true events.

  • Epic People

    September 6 — October 28 | tickets FREE

    A group exhibition with work by Lauren Gregory, Dianne Hebbert, and Sylvanus Shaw. Curated by Marine Cornuet

  • HERE's 25th Birthday Party

    October 29 | tickets $25-125

    Join us October 29th to honor our quarter-century milestone and celebrate the accomplishments of Executive Director Kim Whitener, as she departs after 11 years of tremendous service and leadership. The night will be one for the books: a wild party teeming with delicious food, strong drinks, and performances by 25 of your favorite HERE artists of all time.

SubletSeries shows

  • Beep Boop

    September 6 —
    October 7

    A dark and whimsical tour-de-farce inspired equally by silent-era masters and vaudevillian peculiarity. It’s a highly physical one-clown show about a lonely guy in a modern world performed at a breakneck pace (ouch) by an idiot named Richard Saudek.

  • SUDDENLY

    October 5 —
    October 20

    A new play adaptation of the forgotten 1954 Frank Sinatra film about a botched presidential assassination in California.

  • In this loose adaptation of the first postmodern Russian novel, poet-drunkard Vienya traverses Moscow in an attempt to catch a train to visit his beloved in the distant suburb of Petuskhi. Along the way, he is haunted by fantastic visions, and two mysterious women, seemingly determined to frustrate his plans.

  • IDEN-defy

    October 26 —
    October 28

    Identity Thefts, Identity Scandals, Identity frauds, Identity obsessions, Identity issues….How do we move from finger printing to soul printing? The identity craze that we are subject to everyday unmasked and unveiled….Iden-defy will strip you naked and set your shadow ablaze…

  • Sycorax, Cyber Queen of Qamara

    November 1 —
    November 18

    Sycorax, from Shakespeare’s The Tempest, has waited 500 years to tell her side of the story. The internet is what she was waiting for. We learn that her family married her off to a man she did not love and how her powers grew with pregnancy. Eight actors play 19 characters.

  • Medicine the Musical

    November 3 —
    November 18

    This dynamic rock musical follows a group of first year medical students as they grapple with their lives, loves, and the rigors of their education. Join the class!
    “Look to your left. Look to your right. One of you won’t be here to graduate”

  • The Apple Boys: A Barbershop Quartet Musical

    November 30 —
    December 23

    In turn-of-the-century Coney Island, a strongman, a hotdog vendor, a roller-coaster operator and an apple delivery man find friendship through barbershop harmony. The Apple Boys celebrates the American Spirit, approximate historical accuracy, and Aristotle’s age-old truth: “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.”