Ken Urban's The Conquered. Courtesy of the artist.
Dancers of the Oakland Ballet Company perform at the Dancing Moons Festival at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center in Oakland, California, Wednesday, March 23rd, 2022.
Ballet des PorcelainesA story of magic, desire, and exotic entanglement
Shige Moriya and Ximena Garnica. Credit: Brandon Perdomo.
Ximena Garnica and Shige MoriyaPerformance installation exploring the juxtapositions of multiplicities and the power of rising
Natalia deCampos and Fabio Tavares perform in a workshop of Immense Joy/Hots. Credit: Ana Busto.
Immense Joy / H.o.t.SClarice Lispector’s brutal and tender exploration of what it truly means to be poor
VALIS. Courtesy of Tod Machover.
VALISReimagining live performance interactivity for a new generation
Lakaï Dance Theatre. Credit: Nadelle Scott.
Lakaï Dance’s The Block: An Afro-MusicalSharing personal stories and narratives through movement
Constanza Macras. Credit: Thomas Aurin.
Constanza MacrasBuilding dance theater from the ground up
Playwright and screenwriter Suzan-Lori Parks.
Suzan-Lori ParksPulitzer-winning dramatist
Robert Lepage, Der Ring des Nibelungen. Metropolitan Opera. Credit: Ken Howard.
Robert LepageVersatile in every form of theater craft, Robert Lepage is equally talented as a director, playwright, actor and filmmaker
Robert Wilson at MIT. Credit: L. Barry Hetherington.
Robert WilsonVisionary avant-garde director Robert Wilson’s experiments in theater and opera have definitively shaped the art form for generations to come
NERVOUS SYSTEM by Andrew Schneider. Alicia ayo Ohs and Andrew Schneider.
Andrew SchneiderInteractive media artist
Adrienne Truscott. Credit: Allison Michael Orenstein. © 2018 Adrienne Truscott.
Adrienne TruscottGenre-straddling performance artist
Karin Coonrod. Credit: Marina Levitskaya.
Karin CoonrodFar-reaching inventiveness
Ayesha Jordan performs Line by Line at MIT Building W97, Spring 2019. Credit Caroline Alden.
Ayesha Jordan and Justin HicksA hypnotic audiovisual journey through the inner life of “glamazon hip-hop icon” Shasta Geaux Pop
Lisa Dwan presents "A Body of Beckett" at MIT, 2019. Credit: Leon Yim.