Exploding the form of an opera, a mesmerizing theatrical work of rare power and beauty that reveals deep insights on gender, race and the future of human civilization.
Olivier Kemeid’s version of Virgil’s classic tale shifts Aeneas’s search for a homeland into the modern world of revolution and migration.
A lovely, haunting meditation on human connection and disconnection, performed in complete collaboration with the audience.
A new ensemble work choreographed by Aakash Odedra exploring the relevance of a life in conflict.
A moving sound installation sharing oral histories of ten ordinary people who were buried in Syrian gardens.
What does “home” mean and what will we do to protect it?
The new play Noura challenges our notions of belonging, shame, and sacrifice through a portrait of Iraqi immigrants in New York.