The renowned Sundance Institute returns to MASS MoCA with its two-week Theatre Lab. The residency includes, as always, a work-in-progress showing. Saturday, December 9, 8pm in Club B10 $8 STUDENTS $10 ADVANCE $15 DAY OF $21 PREFERRED $5 MEMBERS In David Cale’s new monologue, My Name is Susan, a married woman tells of the out-of-town sexual…
LAVA: A Goddessey Saturday at 3 PM – 5 PM In the Hunter Center at MASS MoCA 1040 MASS MoCA Way, North Adams, MA A feminist survival story developed at MASS MoCA that journeys through emotional and geologic landscapes while carrying a transmuting traveler from a bleak and blurry patriarchal present into a rainbow colored…
Jacob’s Pillow and MassMoCA present choreographer/dancer Richard Move’s XXYY (working title), an interdisciplinary performance on January 20 exploring gender identity – in collaboration with visual artist Paolo Canevari and theater artist Alba Clemente.
Performers Wilco, Mavis Staples, Bill T. Jones and many others are on the Mass MoCA docket, as are artists Steffani Jemison, Tanja Hollander, and Elizabeth King. 2017 looks to be a blowout year for the North Adams museum as it continues to grow in size and impact.
Drawing from Saori Tsukada’s background in Japanese storytelling and Nikki Appino’s experience with American film, “Club Diamond” unfolds through the use of silent film, illustration, and live animation. The production is paired to Tim Fain’s delicate violin composition.
“Juarez” is driven by a concept it calls “whole theater,” a concept described by Theater Mitu as “rigorously visual, aural, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual all in the same moment.” In an age of distortions and lies, hear real people speak the truth. December 3 at Mass MoCA.
Nick Cave views his work as “An elaborate community forum, as much as a work of sculpture,” and as such, the gallery doubles as a stage for singer-songwriters, pop artists, poets, and composers, and performance artist Helga Davis will respond in her own unique way.