Gordon’s play was inspired by a small, multi-racial collective of women in Philadelphia who took action against social wrongs in the early 1800s.
As a presenting arts organization, the Painted Bride offers a wide range of work in music, dance, spoken word, and theater.
Thaddeus Phillips’ original musical Red-Eye to Havre de Grace, which originally debuted in Philadelphia with Center support, has received a massive amount of positive critical attention for its Off-Broadway debut.
Legendary downtown theater artist Richard Schechner asks, “What’s the difference between forgery and art,” between “new” and “original?”
With boxes stacked to the ceiling, physical theater artist Geoff Sobelle will transform the BAM Fisher into an epic storage facility of gargantuan proportion.
Theatre Exile produced the Philadelphia premiere of Martin McDonagh’s darkly comic bloodbath.
On view in late 2013, the Institute of Contemporary Art’s comprehensive survey of Rhoades’ all-embracing vision was organized around four room-sized sculptures dating from 1993 to 2006.
Sarah McEneaney is a painter and a 1993 Pew Fellow.
James Fei is an active composer and performer on saxophones and live electronics and an associate professor of electronic arts at Mills College in Oakland, where he has taught since 2006. He served as a Center music panelist in 2013, and an LOI panelist for Performance in 2015.
Karen Getz developed and produced the world premiere of a text-free comic-actors’ ballet that explored what it means to be human through the behaviors of artificially intelligent robots.
Art and reality, illness and normality: two Ingmar Bergman screenplays are reimagined for the stage by Ivo van Hove and Toneelgroep Amsterdam, part of the 2015 Fringe Festival.
A symphonic theater hybrid for actors, classical musicians, and intergenerational choirs will offer a meditation on life and planetary cycles, set in a time of rapid ecological and technological changes.