- Mar 15, 2024, 11:50 PM – 11:59 PM EDTCall for PapersIn celebration of renowned American theatre director and visual artist Robert Wilson's extraordinary career, we invite scholars, critics, and practitioners to contribute to a conference exploring the diverse aspects of his transformative vision and artistic practice.
The Segal Center: Bridging the gap between the academic, local and global performing arts communities through dynamic public programs and digital initiatives that are free and open to all.
Welcome to The Segal Center
The Segal Center bridges the gap between the academic and performing arts communities through dynamic public programs and digital initiatives that are free and open to all.
Home to theatre artists, scholars, students, performing arts managers, and the local and international performance communities, the Segal Center provides a supportive environment for conversation, open exchange, and the development of new ideas and new work. Year round, the Center presents a wide variety of FREE public programs which feature leading national and international artists, scholars, and arts professionals in conversation about theatre and performance. Programs include staged readings to further the development of new and classic plays, festivals celebrating New York performance (PRELUDE) and international plays (PEN World Voices), screenings of performance works on film, artists in conversation, academic lecture series, televised seminars, symposia, and arts in education programs. In addition, the Center maintains its long-standing visiting-scholars-from-abroad program, publishes a series of highly regarded academic journals, as well as single volumes of importance (including plays in translation), all written and edited by renowned scholars.
Explore our Work
Sharings, discussions, readings and more, join our events in-person in New York or online via Howlround. Free entry!
Our festivals provide a platform for artists, educators, cultural managers and others at the forefront of contemporary theatre practice.
We support CUNY Graduate Center's top-ranked Ph.D. Program in Theatre and Performance in a myriad of ways.
Explore archival material, videos, interviews, essays, events and more from across 20 years of the Segal Center's history.
We support books, journals and other publications focused on contemporary theatre and performing arts.
We would love to hear from you and how you'd like to contribute to our work.