MUSIC / THEATER / DANCE

Next Wave at the BAM Fisher

 
 
Sep 19—Dec 21, 2013
 


All tickets $20

 
 
 
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Mon Jun 10
Friends of BAM
 
Mon Jun 17
General public
 
 
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A flexible and intimate space for artistic experimentation, the BAM Fisher is BAM’s newest home for adventurous artists, audiences, and ideas. Now in its second season, BAM Fisher showcases a variety of theater, music, and dance, including a new work by Brooklyn-based choreographer Kate Weare, the inaugural BAM Fisher Artist-in-Residence.


 
PAST EVENTS
Theater
Not What Happened
 

Writer Ain Gordon explores history lived versus history told in rural America. 

Sep 25—Sep 29, 2013
New York premiere
 
 
Theater
The Humans
 

Theater, music, and sculpture combine in this humorous account of man’s fall from grace. 

Nov 13—Nov 17, 2013
US Premiere
 
 
Theater
Bodycast
 

Actress Frances McDormand embodies artist Suzanne Bocanegra in this creative self-portrait.  

Dec 3—Dec 7, 2013
New York premiere
 
 
Theater
A Piece of Work
 

A sophisticated algorithm slices and dices Hamlet in this daring work by Annie Dorsen. 

Dec 18—Dec 21, 2013
New York premiere
 
 
Music
The Table
 

A table becomes an unlikely musical instrument in this work by Polish ensemble Karbido. 

Sep 19—Sep 22, 2013
US Premiere
 
 
Music
The Edge of Heaven
 

Grammy-nominated guitarist and songwriter Gary Lucas conjures 1930s and 40s China.

Oct 4—Oct 5, 2013
New York premiere
 
 
Music
Goldberg's Variations
 

The inventions of Rube Goldberg come to life in Andy Biskin's work of animation and music.

Oct 17—Oct 19, 2013
 
 
Dance
DanceMotion USA (SM)
 

Doug Varone Dancers and a guest company celebrate their homecoming.

Oct 10—Oct 13, 2013
 
 
Free
Dance
Run Don't Run
 

Choreographer Brian Brooks uses rapid-fire partnering to test the limits of time and space.

Oct 22—Oct 26, 2013
New York Premiere
 
 
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Dance
Dark Theater
 

Choreographer John Heginbotham presents a whimsical new work inspired by Picabia and Satie.  

Oct 29—Nov 2, 2013
World Premiere
 
 
Dance
Dark Lark
 

Choreographer Kate Weare explores sexual fantasy as a metaphor for creative expression.

Nov 6—Nov 9, 2013
New York premiere
 
 
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Dance
Play/Pause
 

Susan Marshall collaborates with David Lang in this electric guitar-fueled dance work.

Nov 20—Nov 23, 2013
New York premiere
 
 
Dance
BLEED
 

Choreographer Tere O’Connor collapses three works into a single hybrid creation. 

Dec 11—Dec 14, 2013
World Premiere