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"Lock 'Em Up!" | Dec 13 - 15 DANCENOISE turns 35 with the premiere of "Lock 'Em Up!" at Live Arts! Join us for the show and for a closing party on Saturday, Dec 15 from 8:30 - 11 PM, DJed by legendary Johnny Dynell of Jackie 60 ...
DANCENOISE Turns 35 at Live Arts Premiere of DANCENOISE's newest work, Lock 'Em Up, celebrating the duo's 35 years of collaboration.
New York Live Arts presents the world premiere of DANCENOISE ; Lock ‘em Up!, a new full evening length work marking the 35th year of ...
Janet Wong in Conversation with Bill Shannon In anticipation of the NYC premiere of his newest work "Touch Update" at Live Arts, interdisciplinary artist/performer/activist Bill Shannon discusses his goals for the work with Live Arts Associate Artistic Director Janet Wong.
"Touch Update" premieres Wednesday, November 14th at ...
Open Spectrum: Right to Bear Arms Presented as part of For Freedoms’ 50 State Initiative
RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS:
A Conversation On Safety In an Age of Aggression
Featuring panelists (from right to left in video)
- Loren Miller, Executive Director at the Center for Anti-Violence ...
Bill Chats: Hank Willis Thomas October 8, 2018
Presented as part of For Freedoms’ 50 State Initiative
Bill T. Jones spoke with Hank Willis Thomas, conceptual artist and co-founder of For Freedoms, a political art initiative founded by Thomas and Eric Gottesman. They discuss the ...
Bill in Conversation with Jennifer Nugent & Paul Matteson Bill speaks with Jennifer Nugent & Paul Matteson about their practice and their upcoming piece at New York Live Arts.
Jennifer Nugent and Paul Matteson, both Bessie Award-winning performers and former Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company dancers (2008-2014), are known ...
Bill in Conversation With Resident Commissioned Artist RoseAnne Spradlin "Y"
Final Weekend
October 4 - 6
7:30PM
New York Lives Arts’ 2017-19 Randjelović/Stryker Resident Commissioned Artist (RCA) RoseAnne Spradlin presents the world premiere of her latest work “Y”. Spradlin, an alumnus of Fresh Tracks (1990) who received a Bessie ...
RoseAnne Spradlin: Y Be the first to witness this piece! Tickets are still available at https://newyorklivearts.org/event/y/
New York Lives Arts’ 2017-19 Randjelović/Stryker Resident Commissioned Artist (RCA) RoseAnne Spradlin presents the world premiere of her latest work “Y”. Spradlin, an alumnus of Fresh Tracks ...
New York Live Arts New York Live Arts is a center of diverse artists devoted to body-based investigation that transcends barriers between and within communities led by world-renowned artist Bill T. Jones. We are a place that brings people together to explore common values ...
The Press + The Resistance - Live Ideas: Radical Vision April 20, 2018
Thomas Jefferson wrote that if forced to choose between “a government without newspapers or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.” A free press was so important to the Founding ...
Public Reading On Democracy - Live Ideas: Radical Vision April 20, 2018
Curated by Brian Tate | The Tate Group
Huiying B. Chan reading as Grace Lee Boggs
Moustafa Bayoumi reading as Edward Said
Greg Tate reading as Muhammad Ali
Sonia Guiñansaca reading as Gloria E. Anzaldúa
Bending Towards Justice? - Live Ideas: Radical Vision April 19, 2018
It is widely known that the United States has the highest incarceration rate in the world. The criminal justice system disproportionately affects people of color and effectively keeps the poor in poverty.  Despite differing motives and proposed ...
LiveIdeas: Radical Vision - Public Reading on Democracy 1 APR 19, 2018
Curated by Brian Tate | The Tate Group
Russell Frederick reading as Medgar Evers
Tamar-kali reading as Ida B. Wells
Aisha Tandiwe-Bell reading as Mamie Till-Mobley
More info: newyorklivearts.org/event/public-reading
Contents Under Pressure: Democracy in crisis - Live Ideas: Radical Vision Keynote April 18, 2018
Sherrilyn Ifill and Professor Lawrence Lessig in conversation with Bill T. Jones on the implications of our present moment, and the risks and opportunities for change.
Opening performance by mezzo-soprano vocal artist Alicia Hall Moran with artist ...
Live Ideas 2018: Radical Vision Opening Keynote With Sherrilyn Iffil, Lawrence Lessig and Bill T. Jones.
Liberal Democracy has always been tested, but today the threats seem especially serious and the stakes higher than before – particularly in America, the birthplace of modern freedoms. Can our system ...
Live Ideas: Radical Vision - Resistance & Friends Showing April 21, 8pm at New York Live Arts
An evening of cutting-edge performances hosted by Drag King Elizabeth (Macha) Marrero from the Bronx. Featuring Portland based extended technique vocalist, composer, and performer Like a Villain (Holland Andrews), multi-octave and ...
Live Ideas: Radical Vision - Mike Daisey's End of Journalism A monologue by Mike Daisey.
The End of Journalism explores how journalism in America ended, peeling back layers of “real” and “fake” news to find the darkly hilarious truth about the world we’ve made. Daisey is hailed as the pre-eminent ...
Prayers of the People A secular liturgical performance of Martin Luther King’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail
2018 marks the 50th Anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr, a Radical Visionary. This participatory ritual/performance appropriates the structure of an Episcopal liturgy and ...
Live Ideas 2018: Radical Vision Five days Radical Vision is informed by a desire to find the temerity to change the things we cannot accept. How do we not simply protect democracy, but make it stronger? What are new (radical) ways forward—ways that go to ...
Bill in Conversation with Jack Ferver Everything Is Imaginable
World Premiere
APR 4-7 8PM
Jack Ferver’s interdisciplinary performance work, Everything Is Imaginable, juxtaposes the lives, virtuosity and fantasies of its five queer performers. In turns manic and poetic, the work addresses ideas of genre, sexuality, success, ...

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