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Playwright Wolfram Lotz: The Ridiculous Darkness

Segal Theatre

Wolfram Lotz's The Ridiculous Darkness. Production of the Burgtheater, Vienna. Photo by Georg Hochmuth. Monday, March 21 Segal Theatre 6:30pm Reading + Discussion FREE + Open to public. First come, first […]

Remembering Amelia Hertz – Decadent Histories: Four Plays

Segal Theatre

Book cover from Jadwiga Kosicka's Decadent Histories Monday, March 28 Segal Theatre 6:30pm Readings + Discussion FREE + Open to public. First come, first served. A celebration of the new Segal […]

Erika Fischer-Lichte| Lecture

Segal Theatre

Eternal Road. Photo courtesy of Museum of the City of New York Thursday, March 31 Segal Theatre 6:30pm Discussion THE 2016 DANIEL GEROULD MEMORIAL LECTURE FREE + Open to public. First […]

The New Black Fest: Revolutionary Writing

Segal Theatre

Photo courtesy of the Artist Monday, April 4 Segal Theatre 6:30pm Discussion FREE + Open to public. First come, first served. Keith Josef Adkins, NBF’s Artistic Director writes: “As the […]

Spalding Gray: A Celebration of his Life and Work

Segal Theatre

Spalding Gray, NYC, November 1986. Photo by Ken Regan/Camera 5 Monday, April 11 Segal Theatre 6:30pm Reading + Discussion 12:00pm - 6:00pm Screenings FREE + Open to public. First come, […]

Paula Vogel’s Indecent

Segal Theatre

Aaron Halva, Richard Topol (seated), Travis W. Hendrix, Adina Verson, and Katrina Lenk in Indecent. Photo by Carol Rosegg, 2015 Monday, April 18 Segal Theatre 6:30pm Reading + Discussion FREE […]

PEN World Voices: International Play Festival 2016

The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center presents World Voices: International Play Festival 2016. As part of the 2016 PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature, the Segal Center will showcase […]

Cultural Advocacy & Policy in NYC: A Forum

Photo by Julien Jourdes Monday, May 2 6:30pm Discussion By invitation only. Livestreamed on Segal website Change is on the horizon for New York City’s cultural landscape. Cultural advocacy and policy are central to this momentum. Cultural policy—inclusive of but not limited to public policy—broadly encompasses rules, decisions, and practices that affect cultural producers, workers, and participants. It […]

Art, Performance & Social Poetics: Japanese Perspectives

Donald Keene Center of Japanese Culture 403 Kent Hall, Columbia University

Akira Takayama's Tokyo Heterotopia. Photo by Masahiro Hasunuma Monday, May 2 2:00pm Symposium | 6:00pm Artist Talk Donald Keene Center of Japanese Culture (403 Kent Hall, Columbia University) FREE + Open […]

Booth Award: Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir

Segal Theatre

Photos courtesy of the Artists Monday, May 9 Segal Theatre 6:30pm Award Ceremony FREE + Open to public. First come, first served. WELCOME TO THE CHURCH OF STOP SHOPPING! Reverend […]

DANCE New York Performed Manifestos

Segal Theatre

Renegade Performance Group at PRELUDE2015. Photo by Gaia Squarci Monday, May 23 Segal Theatre 6:30pm Performance + Discussion FREE + Open to public. First come, first served. A celebration of the vibrant New York dance scene. New York choreographers and dancers will present their manifestos: statements of why they do, what they do, and how they […]

Kris Verdonck Artist Talk: Listen to the Bloody Machine

Segal Theatre

Kris Verdonck's END. Photo by Catherine Antoine Wednesday, May 25 Segal Theatre 6:30pm Discussion FREE + Open to public. First come, first served. Kris Verdonck (born 1974) studied visual arts, architecture and theatre, and this training is evident in his work. His creations are positioned in the transit zone between visual arts and theatre, between installation […]

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