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651 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY United States
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October 2018
Tickets start at $35

Measure for Measure

October 17 @ 7:30 pm
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Every day until October 21, 2018

This modern-dress production, directed and designed by Cheek by Jowl co-artistic directors Declan Donnellan and Nick Ormerod, hurtles through Shakespeare’s text at breakneck speed, following a corrupt government through Vienna as it polices its convents, prisons, and brothels. The production approaches these themes through sharp staging, highly physical movement, and three blood red boxes that serve as live-action vignettes, posing timeless questions about authority, justice, and love. By William Shakespeare Pushkin Theatre, Moscow / Cheek by Jowl Declan Donnellan and…

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Tickets start at $35

Measure for Measure

October 18 @ 7:30 pm
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Every day until October 21, 2018

This modern-dress production, directed and designed by Cheek by Jowl co-artistic directors Declan Donnellan and Nick Ormerod, hurtles through Shakespeare’s text at breakneck speed, following a corrupt government through Vienna as it polices its convents, prisons, and brothels. The production approaches these themes through sharp staging, highly physical movement, and three blood red boxes that serve as live-action vignettes, posing timeless questions about authority, justice, and love. By William Shakespeare Pushkin Theatre, Moscow / Cheek by Jowl Declan Donnellan and…

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Tickets start at $35

Measure for Measure

October 19 @ 7:30 pm
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Every day until October 21, 2018

This modern-dress production, directed and designed by Cheek by Jowl co-artistic directors Declan Donnellan and Nick Ormerod, hurtles through Shakespeare’s text at breakneck speed, following a corrupt government through Vienna as it polices its convents, prisons, and brothels. The production approaches these themes through sharp staging, highly physical movement, and three blood red boxes that serve as live-action vignettes, posing timeless questions about authority, justice, and love. By William Shakespeare Pushkin Theatre, Moscow / Cheek by Jowl Declan Donnellan and…

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Tickets start at $35

Measure for Measure

October 20 @ 7:30 pm
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Every day until October 21, 2018

This modern-dress production, directed and designed by Cheek by Jowl co-artistic directors Declan Donnellan and Nick Ormerod, hurtles through Shakespeare’s text at breakneck speed, following a corrupt government through Vienna as it polices its convents, prisons, and brothels. The production approaches these themes through sharp staging, highly physical movement, and three blood red boxes that serve as live-action vignettes, posing timeless questions about authority, justice, and love. By William Shakespeare Pushkin Theatre, Moscow / Cheek by Jowl Declan Donnellan and…

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Tickets start at $35

Measure for Measure

October 21 @ 7:30 pm
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Every day until October 21, 2018

This modern-dress production, directed and designed by Cheek by Jowl co-artistic directors Declan Donnellan and Nick Ormerod, hurtles through Shakespeare’s text at breakneck speed, following a corrupt government through Vienna as it polices its convents, prisons, and brothels. The production approaches these themes through sharp staging, highly physical movement, and three blood red boxes that serve as live-action vignettes, posing timeless questions about authority, justice, and love. By William Shakespeare Pushkin Theatre, Moscow / Cheek by Jowl Declan Donnellan and…

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start at $30

Satyagraha

October 31 @ 7:30 pm
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Every day until November 4, 2018

Satyagraha, one of Philip Glass’ most humane and mysterious works, returns to BAM after almost 40 years in a mesmerizing production from Swedish Folkoperan and circus group Cirkus Cirkör. The production puts singers (soloists and chorus), acrobats, and instrumentalists (reduced to 21 by Anders Högstedt) together on the Harvey Theater stage, creating an intimate and communal feeling. Balls of yarn serve as the visual unifier and the symbol of India’s independence (a concept Gandhi himself promoted). Acrobats, sometimes serving as…

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November 2018
start at $30

Satyagraha

November 1 @ 7:30 pm
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Every day until November 4, 2018

Satyagraha, one of Philip Glass’ most humane and mysterious works, returns to BAM after almost 40 years in a mesmerizing production from Swedish Folkoperan and circus group Cirkus Cirkör. The production puts singers (soloists and chorus), acrobats, and instrumentalists (reduced to 21 by Anders Högstedt) together on the Harvey Theater stage, creating an intimate and communal feeling. Balls of yarn serve as the visual unifier and the symbol of India’s independence (a concept Gandhi himself promoted). Acrobats, sometimes serving as…

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start at $30

Satyagraha

November 2 @ 7:30 pm
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Every day until November 4, 2018

Satyagraha, one of Philip Glass’ most humane and mysterious works, returns to BAM after almost 40 years in a mesmerizing production from Swedish Folkoperan and circus group Cirkus Cirkör. The production puts singers (soloists and chorus), acrobats, and instrumentalists (reduced to 21 by Anders Högstedt) together on the Harvey Theater stage, creating an intimate and communal feeling. Balls of yarn serve as the visual unifier and the symbol of India’s independence (a concept Gandhi himself promoted). Acrobats, sometimes serving as…

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start at $30

Satyagraha

November 3 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until November 4, 2018

Satyagraha, one of Philip Glass’ most humane and mysterious works, returns to BAM after almost 40 years in a mesmerizing production from Swedish Folkoperan and circus group Cirkus Cirkör. The production puts singers (soloists and chorus), acrobats, and instrumentalists (reduced to 21 by Anders Högstedt) together on the Harvey Theater stage, creating an intimate and communal feeling. Balls of yarn serve as the visual unifier and the symbol of India’s independence (a concept Gandhi himself promoted). Acrobats, sometimes serving as…

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start at $30

Satyagraha

November 4 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until November 4, 2018

Satyagraha, one of Philip Glass’ most humane and mysterious works, returns to BAM after almost 40 years in a mesmerizing production from Swedish Folkoperan and circus group Cirkus Cirkör. The production puts singers (soloists and chorus), acrobats, and instrumentalists (reduced to 21 by Anders Högstedt) together on the Harvey Theater stage, creating an intimate and communal feeling. Balls of yarn serve as the visual unifier and the symbol of India’s independence (a concept Gandhi himself promoted). Acrobats, sometimes serving as…

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start at $30

Falling Out

November 7 @ 7:30 pm
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Every day until November 10, 2018

Falling Out is a richly imagined, genre-defying performance piece that explores the psychic dimension of environmental catastrophe. Created in response to Japan’s 2011 tsunami and Fukushima power plant disaster, it fuses butoh tradition with puppetry, contemporary Flex dance, original music, and haunting theatricality to tell a story of personal grief and global rupture. Developed in collaboration with butoh master Dai Matsuoka of Sankai Juku, Falling Out also serves as the final installment in Phantom Limb’s environmental trilogy. BAM previously presentedMemory Rings (2016 NWF) and 69°…

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Falling Out

November 8 @ 7:30 pm
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Every day until November 10, 2018

Falling Out is a richly imagined, genre-defying performance piece that explores the psychic dimension of environmental catastrophe. Created in response to Japan’s 2011 tsunami and Fukushima power plant disaster, it fuses butoh tradition with puppetry, contemporary Flex dance, original music, and haunting theatricality to tell a story of personal grief and global rupture. Developed in collaboration with butoh master Dai Matsuoka of Sankai Juku, Falling Out also serves as the final installment in Phantom Limb’s environmental trilogy. BAM previously presentedMemory Rings (2016 NWF) and 69°…

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start at $30

Falling Out

November 9 @ 7:30 pm
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Every day until November 10, 2018

Falling Out is a richly imagined, genre-defying performance piece that explores the psychic dimension of environmental catastrophe. Created in response to Japan’s 2011 tsunami and Fukushima power plant disaster, it fuses butoh tradition with puppetry, contemporary Flex dance, original music, and haunting theatricality to tell a story of personal grief and global rupture. Developed in collaboration with butoh master Dai Matsuoka of Sankai Juku, Falling Out also serves as the final installment in Phantom Limb’s environmental trilogy. BAM previously presentedMemory Rings (2016 NWF) and 69°…

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start at $30

Falling Out

November 10 @ 7:30 pm
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Every day until November 10, 2018

Falling Out is a richly imagined, genre-defying performance piece that explores the psychic dimension of environmental catastrophe. Created in response to Japan’s 2011 tsunami and Fukushima power plant disaster, it fuses butoh tradition with puppetry, contemporary Flex dance, original music, and haunting theatricality to tell a story of personal grief and global rupture. Developed in collaboration with butoh master Dai Matsuoka of Sankai Juku, Falling Out also serves as the final installment in Phantom Limb’s environmental trilogy. BAM previously presentedMemory Rings (2016 NWF) and 69°…

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Tickets start at $25

Circus: Wandering City ETHEL

November 14 @ 7:30 pm
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Every day until November 17, 2018

a multimedia musical journey into the history of the iconic Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus that explores and honors the complex relationship between circus troupes, their performers, and the audiences they inspired. Combining original music composed by the quartet with projected images, films, and interviews mined from the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, ETHEL puts on a multimedia stage work that is both big-hearted and clear-eyed about the scintillating and debilitating sides of the circus industry…

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Tickets start at $25

Circus: Wandering City ETHEL

November 15 @ 7:30 pm
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Every day until November 17, 2018

a multimedia musical journey into the history of the iconic Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus that explores and honors the complex relationship between circus troupes, their performers, and the audiences they inspired. Combining original music composed by the quartet with projected images, films, and interviews mined from the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, ETHEL puts on a multimedia stage work that is both big-hearted and clear-eyed about the scintillating and debilitating sides of the circus industry…

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Tickets start at $25

Circus: Wandering City ETHEL

November 16 @ 7:30 pm
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Every day until November 17, 2018

a multimedia musical journey into the history of the iconic Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus that explores and honors the complex relationship between circus troupes, their performers, and the audiences they inspired. Combining original music composed by the quartet with projected images, films, and interviews mined from the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, ETHEL puts on a multimedia stage work that is both big-hearted and clear-eyed about the scintillating and debilitating sides of the circus industry…

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Tickets start at $25

Circus: Wandering City ETHEL

November 17 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until November 17, 2018

a multimedia musical journey into the history of the iconic Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus that explores and honors the complex relationship between circus troupes, their performers, and the audiences they inspired. Combining original music composed by the quartet with projected images, films, and interviews mined from the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, ETHEL puts on a multimedia stage work that is both big-hearted and clear-eyed about the scintillating and debilitating sides of the circus industry…

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