November 18 in THE BRONX – Dancer and choreographer Alethea Pace puts her nimble artistry at the service of memory, history, and collective empowerment. A moving exploration of how community responds to change, transformation, and attempts at erasure.
April 5-6, 2019 in THE BRONX – Puerto Rican playwright and director Alejandra Ramos presents the first developmental stage reading of her new play, Broken Words: Wrestling with the ins and outs of colonialism, mental illness, and institutionalization, Julia tries to mend episodes from her past while dealing with her relationship with her mother. RESERVE TODAY!
June 1, 2019 in THE BRONX – A new solo show by young master of the Puerto Rican bomba folk dance genre Julia Gutiérrez Rivera. Rich with the sensual art of faldeo or skirt flying, footwork and intimate reflections, and poignant commentary on culture, race, gender, and age. A featured event of the South Bronx Culture Trail Festival 2019: retroACTIVO. Only one performance — NOW SOLD OUT!
May 17, 2019 in THE BRONX – World premiere oratorio based on the true crime queer love story of the 19th-century Australian bushranger Captain Moonlite. Music by Wally Gunn. Libretto by Maria Zajkowski. Performance by Variant 6 (voices), Mobius Percussion feat. Víctor Pablo, and Veronica Jurkiewicz (viola). Only one New York performance! BUY NOW!