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Join us this March for CULTUREMART, our annual festival for the HERE Artist Residency Program (HARP), where process becomes the focus. Beautifully produced, yet still in development, CULTUREMART provides a platform for current and former Resident Artists to blur the boundaries between dance, theatre, music, new media, puppetry, and visual art, melding these forms to support their adventurous visions. This year's program features 12 workshop performances spanning topics and genres as varied as brainwashing and bureaucrats, opera and espionage, science and stardom, and everything in-between.
A darkly poetic satire of Phantom of the Opera as seen through the iron bars of a carnival freak-show cage. With puppets more twisted than a melodrama mustache (and twice as greasy), Erik points and laughs at the real freak show- us.
In part II of its Spring Theatre Festival honoring three generations of musical writers – Richard Rodgers, Mary Rodgers & Adam Guettel, Marymount Manhattan College (MMC), and its celebrated musical theatre program, presents The Light in the Piazza with music and lyrics by Adam Guettel and book by Craig Lucas.
This show sweeps the audience up in an intensely passionate, lush, and romantic experience that transcends the cynicism of contemporary urban life and celebrates love in its many forms. The Light in the Piazza is performed by students in the Theatre Arts programs of the College with direction and choreography by Bethany Christine Elkin and musical direction by Justin Fischer.
This exciting program of performances by groundbreaking artists from Wellington, New Zealand, provides an alternative view of a country that occupies the American consciousness with myths of a clean-green nation and the Lord of the Rings film franchise. This special festival of innovative works shares new perspectives on the world, from the other side of the world, made in a reverse-time zone, made in the dream-factory, from a land that works while you sleep.
Sixteen shows will battle for the titles of best play, best director, best actor, and best actress. The best part? You get to help decide the winners!