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321 Ashland Place, Brooklyn, NY 11217 United States
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Upcoming Events

October 2018
$15; $7.50 for BAM members

On Fear and Governance

October 5 @ 6:00 pm

With Anne Bogart and Monica Youn In conversation with Corey Robin

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$25

Trisha Brown Dance Company

October 10 @ 7:30 pm
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Every day until October 13, 2018

an intimate program of three early works as part of the 2018 Next Wave Festival.  The program includes the solo piece, Ballet (1968) which was one of Brown’s first experiments with rope walking (it was created two years before Man Walking Down the Side of a Building). Performed only once before in 1968, this groundbreaking work was reconstructed based on photographs, slides, and a six-minute color film showing alternating images of a pink tutu-clad Brown traversing a pair of suspended ropes in which…

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$25

Trisha Brown Dance Company

October 11 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until October 13, 2018

an intimate program of three early works as part of the 2018 Next Wave Festival.  The program includes the solo piece, Ballet (1968) which was one of Brown’s first experiments with rope walking (it was created two years before Man Walking Down the Side of a Building). Performed only once before in 1968, this groundbreaking work was reconstructed based on photographs, slides, and a six-minute color film showing alternating images of a pink tutu-clad Brown traversing a pair of suspended ropes in which…

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$25

Trisha Brown Dance Company

October 12 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until October 13, 2018

an intimate program of three early works as part of the 2018 Next Wave Festival.  The program includes the solo piece, Ballet (1968) which was one of Brown’s first experiments with rope walking (it was created two years before Man Walking Down the Side of a Building). Performed only once before in 1968, this groundbreaking work was reconstructed based on photographs, slides, and a six-minute color film showing alternating images of a pink tutu-clad Brown traversing a pair of suspended ropes in which…

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$25

Trisha Brown Dance Company

October 13 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until October 13, 2018

an intimate program of three early works as part of the 2018 Next Wave Festival.  The program includes the solo piece, Ballet (1968) which was one of Brown’s first experiments with rope walking (it was created two years before Man Walking Down the Side of a Building). Performed only once before in 1968, this groundbreaking work was reconstructed based on photographs, slides, and a six-minute color film showing alternating images of a pink tutu-clad Brown traversing a pair of suspended ropes in which…

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$25

JACK &

October 17 @ 7:30 pm
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Every day until October 20, 2018

In JACK &, theater artist Kaneza Schaal explores re-entry to society after prison and how internal life is rebuilt after trauma. The work stars Cornell Alston, whom Schaal first saw perform in the title role of August Wilson’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom at the all-male Fishkill Correctional Facility, where Alston was serving 33 years. In considering the toll of time in prison, the production focuses on the measure of inner life and dreaming given to the state. Schaal weaves together wide-ranging material—including the…

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$25

JACK &

October 18 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until October 20, 2018

In JACK &, theater artist Kaneza Schaal explores re-entry to society after prison and how internal life is rebuilt after trauma. The work stars Cornell Alston, whom Schaal first saw perform in the title role of August Wilson’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom at the all-male Fishkill Correctional Facility, where Alston was serving 33 years. In considering the toll of time in prison, the production focuses on the measure of inner life and dreaming given to the state. Schaal weaves together wide-ranging material—including the…

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$25

JACK &

October 19 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until October 20, 2018

In JACK &, theater artist Kaneza Schaal explores re-entry to society after prison and how internal life is rebuilt after trauma. The work stars Cornell Alston, whom Schaal first saw perform in the title role of August Wilson’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom at the all-male Fishkill Correctional Facility, where Alston was serving 33 years. In considering the toll of time in prison, the production focuses on the measure of inner life and dreaming given to the state. Schaal weaves together wide-ranging material—including the…

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On Confronting Silence

October 20 @ 6:00 pm

In conversation with Amanda Foreman

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$25

JACK &

October 20 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until October 20, 2018

In JACK &, theater artist Kaneza Schaal explores re-entry to society after prison and how internal life is rebuilt after trauma. The work stars Cornell Alston, whom Schaal first saw perform in the title role of August Wilson’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom at the all-male Fishkill Correctional Facility, where Alston was serving 33 years. In considering the toll of time in prison, the production focuses on the measure of inner life and dreaming given to the state. Schaal weaves together wide-ranging material—including the…

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$25

Watermill

October 24 @ 7:30 pm
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Every day until October 27, 2018

A meditative dance theater work that explores the nature of time and perception, Watermill was created during renowned choreographer-director Jerome Robbins’ most experimental period. The unique piece has been rarely staged since its premiere performance by New York City Ballet in 1972. BAM presents this Noh-inspired work, which Robbins called “poetic theater,” as part of the Jerome Robbins Centennial Celebration. Director/choreographer Luca Veggetti’s newly reimagined production features former New York City Ballet principal Joaquin De Luz in the lead role. The piece…

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$25

Watermill

October 25 @ 7:30 pm
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Every day until October 27, 2018

A meditative dance theater work that explores the nature of time and perception, Watermill was created during renowned choreographer-director Jerome Robbins’ most experimental period. The unique piece has been rarely staged since its premiere performance by New York City Ballet in 1972. BAM presents this Noh-inspired work, which Robbins called “poetic theater,” as part of the Jerome Robbins Centennial Celebration. Director/choreographer Luca Veggetti’s newly reimagined production features former New York City Ballet principal Joaquin De Luz in the lead role. The piece…

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$25

Watermill

October 26 @ 7:30 pm
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Every day until October 27, 2018

A meditative dance theater work that explores the nature of time and perception, Watermill was created during renowned choreographer-director Jerome Robbins’ most experimental period. The unique piece has been rarely staged since its premiere performance by New York City Ballet in 1972. BAM presents this Noh-inspired work, which Robbins called “poetic theater,” as part of the Jerome Robbins Centennial Celebration. Director/choreographer Luca Veggetti’s newly reimagined production features former New York City Ballet principal Joaquin De Luz in the lead role. The piece…

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$25

Watermill

October 27 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until October 27, 2018

A meditative dance theater work that explores the nature of time and perception, Watermill was created during renowned choreographer-director Jerome Robbins’ most experimental period. The unique piece has been rarely staged since its premiere performance by New York City Ballet in 1972. BAM presents this Noh-inspired work, which Robbins called “poetic theater,” as part of the Jerome Robbins Centennial Celebration. Director/choreographer Luca Veggetti’s newly reimagined production features former New York City Ballet principal Joaquin De Luz in the lead role. The piece…

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November 2018

On the Force of Truth

November 1 @ 6:00 pm

With asha bandele, Tilde Björfors, and Anand Giridharadas In conversation with Charles W. Mills

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