PROGRAM: Uncommon Voices, February 4

En Garde Arts Uncommon VoicesPresents Truth and Reconciliation of Womyn Moments in history you’d like to see corrected. Curated and directed by Tonya PinkinsFebruary 4th, 7:30 pmThe Commons Café Playwrights Glory KadiganTonya PinkinsKristine M. ReyesCarmen RiveraLucy Thurber Actors Mary ArchboldNemuna CeesayAkoPaulina de la ParraAkiko HiroshimaTonya PinkinsJane Summerhays Singer/songwriters Julie BrownAngela Sclafani Ako Mary Archbold Julie Brown […]

Basetrack Live

World premiere at Brooklyn Academy of Music, NY Created by Edward Bilous Directed by Seth Bockley Adapted by Jason Grote, Seth Bockley & Anne Hamburger Music by Michelle DiBucci, Greg Kalember & Edward Bilous Video & Projection by Sarah Outhwaite Lighting by Paul Hudson Toured to over 40 cities nationwide with extensive engemenet programming Actors […]

Red Hills

“…beautifully performed by the actors and chillingly accompanied by the composer and instrumentalist…” —The New York Times Asiimwe Deborah Kawe and Sean Christopher Lewis Directed by Katie Pearl Starring Christopher McLinden and Patrick J. Ssenjovu June 7th – July 1st Tuesdays – Saturdays @ 8 PM | Sundays @ 7 PM Performances @ 101 Greenwich […]

Harbored

Written & Directed by Jimmy Maize Composed by Heather Christian Choreographed by Wendy Seyb Co-comissioned by Arts Brookfield and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council HARBORED interweaves oral histories, archived material, historical fiction, poetry, music and dance to survey two centuries of immigration tales and reveal how the American Dream both delivers and fails on its […]

In Development

Undocumented brings to life the real stories of undocumented immigrants living in the United States originally from Latin America.  Adapted by Andrea Thome and directed by Jose Zayas, the show will take the form of a fandango (community celebration) with live performance, dance and music by composer/performer Sinuhé Padilla. Interviews with undocumented immigrants have been conducted both […]

Gala

On October 30, 2018, En Garde Arts honored Alberta Arthurs & Joan D. Firestone at our annual gala. Photography by Flash Rosenberg and by Isaiah Tannenbaum The gala featured powerful, moving and humorous personal stories by Catherine Burns (from The Moth), Patricia Cruz (Harlem Stage), Jessica Hecht (Campfire Project Director), Tonya Pinkins (TONY™ Award–winning Actor), […]

The Fall

RONALD GUTTMAN performs an adaptation of Albert Camus’ The Fall to benefit En Garde Arts an immersive theatre piece with angst and alcohol Hudson Social, Dobbs Ferry Sunday, October 29th, 5 pm Tickets are $35 — Extremely limited capacity! Ronald Guttman (TV: Mad Men, Mildred Pierce, Homeland, Mozart in the Jungle) Film: (August Rush, Avalon, […]

Crowbar

Presented at The Victory, NY Written by Mac Wellman Directed by Richard Caliban A ghost play illuminating The Victory’s storied past, salvaging the 42nd Street theatre following decades of decay. “Crowbar, the newest site-specific project of Anne Hamburger’s En Garde Arts company, is an act of reclamation and renewal.”— The New York Times

Orestes

Presented at Penn Yards, NYAdapted by Charles L. Mee, Jr.Directed by Tina LandauStarring Jefferson MaysA modern retelling of the ancient Greek play by Euripides, with America as collapsed Greece. “Another of the En Garde Arts company’s site-specific shows, ORESTES proves among the best.” —Variety

JP MORGAN SAVES THE NATION

Presented outside Federal Hall Manhattan, NYMusic by Jonathan LarsonLibretto by Jeffrey M. JonesDirected by Jean RandichChoreography by Doug ElkinsAn interweaving of history, economics, and musical theatre, based on the events surrounding JP Morgan’s attempt to save the nation from financial collapse during the panic of 1907. “This is surely your only chance to watch stockbrokers […]

THE WASTE LAND

Presented at Liberty Theatre, NYWritten by T.S. EliotDirected by Deborah WarnerStarring Fiona ShawWinner of two Drama Desk Awards for Outstanding One Person Show and Unique Theatrical ExperienceA one-woman recitation of one of the most important poems of the 20th Century, shifting between voices of satire and prophecy. “A spellbinding interpretation.” —The New York Times Photo: […]