CONFUSED? Each performance is hosted on its own page in one of our three virtual "venues".
To go to what is happening next, click the scrolling marquee at the top of the front page or the Bulletin.
To find information on panels, go to The Lab.
To find information for BALDWIN & BUCKLEY AT CAMBRIDGE, VICHITRA, WELTSCHMERZ..., GOOD BYES, BODY100, or PASSING TIME WITH GRACE, visit The Commons.
To find information for HOLD, YOU NIGGAS IN TROUBLE, CUT WOMAN, SPEEDRUN, UNA NINA..., HOW WE GET THROUGH, BB BRECHT, PENNY THOUGHTS, and ANIMAL EMPIRE, visit The Loft.
Scroll down on any venue page to find links for each piece, which both contain additional information and a link to watch the performance at its designated time.
Or explore to see what interests you!
David Bruin (he/him) is a dramaturg, producer, and scholar of theatre and performance, based in New York City. At the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, he co-curated, along with Sanaz Ghajar, the 2019 Prelude Festival, titled Riotous Excursions. As a dramaturg, he has collaborated with Robert Woodruff, Liz Diamond, Lars Jan, and Asa Horvitz, and he has produced new work by Jeremy O. Harris, Erin Markey, and Jeff Augustin. He has worked as a theater consultant for Scott Rudin Productions, and currently works as a creative consultant and researcher for Jeff Augustin. He is the co-editor, along with Melanie Joseph, of A Moment on the Clock of the World (Haymarket Books, 2019), an anthology of new writing inspired by the Foundry Theatre. He has held editorial positions at Yale’s Theater magazine, and his writing has appeared in Theater, The Brooklyn Rail, HowlRound, and TDF Stages. He is currently a DFA candidate in dramaturgy and dramatic criticism at Yale School of Drama, where his dissertation project analyzes the role of abjection on the contemporary American stage.
Miranda Haymon (she/they) is a Princess Grace Award/Honoraria-winning director, writer and deviser of performance. Recent projects include Really, Really Gorgeous (The Tank), Everybody (Sarah Lawrence College), In the Penal Colony (Next Door @ NYTW, The Tank) and Mondo Tragic (National Black Theater). Miranda is a Resident Director at Roundabout Theatre Company and The Tank, a New Georges Affiliate Artist, an Experimental Bitch Presents Resident Artist, a Space on Ryder Farm Creative Resident, member of the Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab, and the Wingspace Mentorship Program. Miranda has held directing fellowships at New York Theatre Workshop, Manhattan Theatre Club, Roundabout Theatre Company and Arena Stage. BA Wesleyan University. Upcoming: Exception to the Rule (Roundabout Underground). www.mirandahaymon.com
Samuel Morreale (they/them) is an Artistic Producer, Director, and Facilitator who approaches work from a dramaturgical lens rooted in anti-racism and anti-oppression. They are an avid supporter of art for social change and gravitate towards stories and people that uplift the lives of those who have been caught in the margins of society. Their work is to reckon with the controlled archive of the theatrical cannon in hopes to readjust its lens. This readjustment comes through re-centering BIPOC voices in Theater, and Sam works to be a space-making advocate for these voices from within institutions. After receiving a BA from Wesleyan University in Theater and Science Studies, Sam moved on to work with New York Stage and Film at Vassar College, Baltimore Center Stage, and the Theatre Communications Group. Sam understands their career path as one which continues to push institutions to spaces of deep listening in order to ensure that their actions align with social justice and the movement for progessive change.
Lucy Powis (she/her) is a dramaturg, producer, and arts administrator who hails from Toronto and is based in New York City. She is a Literary Coordinator at A3 (formerly Abrams) Artists Agency and previously held seasonal positions in the artistic departments of Roundabout Theatre Company, Williamstown Theatre Festival, and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Recent credits include producing the Global Forms Theater Festival (Rattlestick/NY Theatre Salon), In the Penal Colony (Next Door @ NYTW), Really Really Gorgeous (The Tank), [wave emoji] (Ars Nova’s ANT Fest), Between the Threads: Jewish Women Project (HERE), and PROSPERITY! (LPAC’s Rough Draft Festival); and dramaturging Through My Eyes (Global Forms Theater Festival), How to Mourn an American (Rough Draft Festival) and Golden Shield (NYTW 2050 Fellowship). She was part of the dramaturg cohort for foolsFURY's 2020 BUILD From Here conference. MFA Dramaturgy: Columbia University. www.lucypowis.com
Sami Pyne (she/her) is an independent producer based in New York City unsure of how to write a bio in October of 2020. She’s worked with wonderful folks at Columbia School of the Arts, The Martin E. Segal Center, Park Avenue Armory, TheaterLab, JACK, HERE Arts Center, TDF, PlayCo, Aged in Wood Productions, and the Skyline Indie Film Festival, many of whom are currently fighting to keep their passions and livelihoods afloat. Sami feels incredibly lucky to be a part of a wonderful team, supporting artists, and endeavoring to find new ways of engaging audiences amidst an industry-wide shut down. She holds a BFA from Shenandoah Conservatory and an MFA from Columbia School of the Arts in theatre management and producing. www.samipyne.com
Harry Corthell (he/him) is a stage manager and theatre-maker from Maine & Utah, currently based in New York City. Harry specializes in new work and event management, striving to create safe, efficient, and creative environments for all artists. His Off-Broadway work includes work with Daryl Roth, Cynthia J. Tong, the Lee Strasberg Institute, and Sea Dog Theater. He is currently an MFA Candidate at Columbia University studying under the mentorship of Michael Passaro. www.harrycorthell.com
Lena G. Mitchell (Graphic Designer, she/her) is a queer, Black Freelance Graphic Designer and Digital Artist whose work spans print, digital, and motion graphic design. In May, 2020 she graduated from Wesleyan University with a B.A. in Psychology and minors in 2D Design and Digital Design. Although much of her work falls under digital art, she also enjoys relief print-making, stop-motion animation, book-binding, and experimenting with design techniques that she learned while working as a Print Design intern at Chanel in the Summer of 2019. In her free time, she reads tarot and enjoys collaborating on projects that are working to achieve justice along intersections of identity, inequity, and the environment. Lena is active on Instagram @LenaGMitchell and uploads her portfolio to LenaGMitchell.com
Lorena Ramírez-López (she/her) is a full stack web developer with extensive background in film, television, and media. She trained as a Media Preservation Specialist where her work focused on the preservation and restoration of digital and software-based artworks. Lorena shifted her area of focus to coding in order to develop tools and technologies that expand information and access of media and art to new sectors and communities. DaleLore.net
The Martin E. Segal Center is a nonprofit center for theatre, dance, and film affiliated with CUNY’s PhD program in theatre. The Center’s mission is to bridge the gap between academia and the professional performing arts communities both within the United States and internationally.