The Hare Trilogy a female gaze, takes on today’s struggle with masculinity in three interrelated films. Preview screening at Anthology Film Archives.
Freedom's Last Stand First work-in-progress presentation of a new immersive production about the danger of nationalism and "white rage" in 21st century America.
Good Jew A solo performance based on interviews with a Holocaust survivor presented in the United Solo Festival at Theatre Row, NYC.
Origins of Broadway Conceived and performed by Ralph Lewis. A Virtual Talk and Tour of the Beginnings of Broadway presented by The New York Adventure Club.
The Astor Place Riots: America's Deadly Theatrical Rivalry Created & performed by Ralph Lewis. A Virtual Talk and Tour of the first time in U.S. history that our government shot and killed its own innocent citizens. Presented by The New York Adventure Club.
Janes Return A promenade performance from Greeley Square to Madison Square Garden, with stops at landmark architecture in imminent danger of destruction as part of the Municipal Arts Society's Jane's Walk, May 6-8
Monuments by Diane di Prima. A promenade performance of the 1968 play by the celebrated Beat poet and author. Cornelia Street, Greenwich Village; September 12-15
Behind the Curtain Conceived and performed by Ralph Lewis. A Virtual Talk and Tour of the Beginnings of Broadway, an online benefit for EAG, New York, NY
Janes Calling a 30-minute, online performance by six diverse actresses, all channeling the legendary activist Jane Jacobs, presented during the Municipal Arts Society's Jane's Walk, May 3-9
Language Games A Short Absurdist Film written by Barbara Yoshida and directed by Ralph Lewis. Presented online in the New Ohio Theatre NYC Indie Theatre Film Festival, and the Irondale Theater Ensemble's "On Women" short film festival
Language Games A Short Absurdist Film written by Barbara Yoshida and directed by Ralph Lewis. Presented online in the Rogue Theatre 2020 virtual theatre festival
Unprecedented A socially-distanced promenade performance through the Lower East Side streets with real live theater, music, dance & more! presented by Dixon Place, New York, NY
Behind the Curtain Conceived and performed by Ralph Lewis. A Virtual Talk and Tour of the Beginnings of Broadway, presented by Untapped Cities, New York, NY
Afterparty: The Rothko Studio directed by Ralph Lewis. A Historic Promenade Party through 222 Bowery, New York, NY
Planet X premiere: Conceived by Ralph Lewis, Composed by Sean Dail, and Directed by Kirstin Leigh Daniel; The 8th Annual (re)Happening performance festival, Black Mountain College Museum and Arts Center, Asheville, NC
Water:Reflections—a promenade performance. Developmental workshop and performance collaboration with students and faculty, New Bulgaria University, Sofia
Androboros premiere: adapted by SM Dale from America's first play by GOVERNOR ROBERT HUNTER (1666–1734), directed by Ralph Lewis; presented with Fraunces Tavern Museum, 54 Pearl St., NYC
Floydada by Barry Rowell, production tour: The Fifth Side at Maas Arts Space, Philadelphia Fringe Festival, PA
Androboros workshop: adapted by SM Dale from America's first play by GOVERNOR ROBERT HUNTER (1666–1734), directed by Ralph Lewis; OVERTHROW Boxing Club, 9 Bleecker St, NYC
HOWL ARTS' Writers Block 2016 presents ROBERT HEIDE, 3 short plays directed by Ralph Lewis; HOWL! 6 E. 1st St., NYC
Floydada by Barry Rowell, production tour: Great Escapes Stage Company, Marshall, MI
Imagination Dead Imagining by Samuel Beckett, adapted by Yavor Kostov; Jimmy's No. 43, NYC
Imaginging America: a Promenade through the American Avant Garde, a PWP collaboration with The Drama League, Art Office (Bulgaria) and New Bulgarian University; Sofia, Bulgaria
Before and Behind the Curtain by Ralph Lewis, a work-in-progress showing, The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation
Planet X by Ralph Lewis, a work-in-progress showing of a new performance, Outpost Gallery
Nobody Brings Anything Small into a Bar, a work-in-progress showing of our site-specific performance for bars, Jimmy's No. 43
Floydada by Barry Rowell, a site-specific production and gallery show in a TriBeCa storefront at 40 Worth Street
3Christs by S.M. Dale & Barry Rowell, a site-specific production in the sanctuary at Judson Memorial Church
Imagining America, a promenade performance with five Bulgarian directors staging excerpts from five American plays, Varna International Theatre Festival, Bulgaria
Before and Behind the Curtain by Ralph Lewis, a solo work adapted from an 1853 book about Manhattan's earliest theaters and the birth of Broadway, Tompkins Square Library
Son of Cock-Strong by Tom Murrin, in the Full Moon Festival tribute to Tom's life and work, The Club at La MaMa
Nobody Brings Anything Small into a Bar, a work-in-progress showing of our site-specific performance for bars, The Lounge at Dixon Place
Manna-Hata by Barry Rowell, a promenade performance event throughout two floors of the James A. Farley Post Office, NYC
Manna-Hata: Footings, developmental workshop for our 2013 promenade performance event, LaMaMa Rehearsal Studios
Spring Pictures of the Floating World and The Art of the Bedchamber, a performed installation "pleasure palace" inspired by classic Asian erotica, in a former basement screening room.
Manna-Hata: Excavations, developmental workshop for our 2013 promenade performance event, One Arm Red, Brooklyn
The Ellen Stewart Way, a site-specific promenade performance by students from our Trinity/La MaMa master class, 4th Street between Bowery and Second Ave.
Manna-Hata: Bedrock, developmental workshop for a promenade performance event, South Street Seaport
Can You Hear Their Voices?: A Play of Our Time by Hallie Flanagan and Margaret Ellen Clifford, adpated from a story by Whittaker Chambers, at a pop-up retail space, 2 Great Jones
At This Site: Houston at Bowery and Chrystie, a site-specific performance by students from our Trinity/La MaMa master class through the Whole Foods Bowery Market
Halloween at the Merchant's House Museum: holiday-themed ghost tours and an 1865 Funeral re-enactment
Floydada by Barry Rowell, Envoy Gallery.
Along the Bowery, a site-specific promenade performance by students from our Trinity/La MaMa master class, Bowery between Cooper Square and Spring Street
The Beggar's Opera, a workshop production of John Gay's 18th century play, Bowery Loft.
The Beggar's Opera: In Concert, original music from our production, Zipper Factory Tavern.
Hector by Robert Heide, The Living Room of The Gershwin Hotel.
Cornbury: the Queen's Governor by William M. Hoffman and Anthony Holland. A benefit staged reading. The Greenwich House Music School.
A Quick Nutbread to Make Your Mouth Water by William M. Hoffman. The Loft @ 595 Broadway OR SoHo Loft.
OFF Stage: the East Village Fragments, a walking performance celebrating the birth of downtown theater.
OFF Stage: the West Village Fragments, a walking performance celebrating the birth of downtown theater.
Welcome Aboard the Friendly Tripbox, a live performance screening of our Judson House Project documentary video, Judson Church Assembly Hall
The [BANNED] Burlesque, a celebration of the erotic arts, Collective: Unconscious former burlesque theater, TriBeCa
In Praise of Folly: the Don Quixote Project, 40 Worth Street,13th floor, TriBeCa
The Lysistrata Project, a worldwide "theatrical act of dissent": 1,029 staged readings of Aristophanes' classic play in 59 countries, HERE
The Judson House Project, Judson House/Judson Memorial Church
It's Good Enough For Me, Mondo Cane commision, Dixon Place 26th Street
Privileged & Confidential, New York/Los Angeles Bi-Coastal Videoconference, Gertrude Stein Repertory (NYC) and Los Angeles Theater Center (L.A.)
BIG ART in small places, CHARAS/El Bohio Cultural & Community Center
Mitya's Ordeal, Part IV in the Lincoln Center Theater Director's Lab serialization of The Brothers Karamazov, The Culture Project
3Christs, workshop production, Judson Memorial Church
Privileged & Confidential, staged workshop for the NYC RAT Conference, Ohio Theater
BIG ART in small places, Judson Memorial Church
at odds: A Collection of Peculiar Works, Vineyard Theatre S.P.A.C.E. Grant recipient: Freiheit Makes a Stand, Be Silent, Be Still, The Ministry, Mirror My Eyes My Window, Vineyard Theater on E. 26th Street
BIG ART in small places, Greenwich House Music School
Gat Him to His Place by Ruth Margraff, HERE, The American Living Room Director's Series
The Last Temptation of Adrian Leverkuhn, adapted by Renee Philippi from Thomas Mann's novel, Doktor Faustus, Nada's Faust Festival, Greenwich House Music School
Jonah's Escape?, Samuel French's Off Broadway Play Festival
aRT... by Veronique Jeanmarie, Turnip Theatre's 10-minute Play Festival (finalist)
It's Good Enough For Me by Barry Rowell, Empty Space Theatre NYC
Jonah's Escape?, The Field's Performance Zone, Vineyard Theatre
Wallpaper by S.M. Dale, site-specific performance and gallery exhibition, Duane Street Storefront, TriBeCa
"... Take Three..." by Veronique Jeanmarie, The Field's 90 Plays in 9 Days, Ubu Repertory Theater
Before I Wake by Barry Rowell & Quazimodo! by David Koren, National Shakespeare Conservatory