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The BAM Fisher is our newest home for adventurous artists, audiences, and ideas. Now in its third season, the BAM Fisher—and its main performance venue, the Fishman Space—is a flexible and intimate place for artistic experimentation, showcasing a range of theater, music, and dance, as well as a new work by Brooklyn-based choreographer Ivy Baldwin, the 2014 BAM Fisher Artist-in-Residence.
Actress Olwen Fouéré offers an incandescent interpretation of the end of Finnegans Wake.
Eccentric techno-futurologist Paul Abacus leads a tour of our hyper-networked world to come.
Particle physics meets dance in this work from Gilles Jobin and Julius von Bismarck.
Choreographer Jodi Melnick presents this world premiere, with music by Steven Reker.
Art world provocateur Clifford Owens stages an interactive forum on performance art.
Performance artist Dynasty Handbag offers a feminist gloss on Homer’s Odyssey.
Artist Pablo Helguera asks audiences to trust him—and check their mail.
A music-theater work about army private Chelsea Manning by composer Ted Hearne.
A puppet flees a military coup through a desert made of salt in this work from Zvi Sahar.
Geoff Sobelle contemplates the things we cling to and the stuff we leave behind.
Brooklyn-based choreographer Ivy Baldwin contemplates space and time, geology and chronology.
A musical meditation on physical and spiritual wayfinding from Holcombe Waller.
An elegant story ballet set to Schubert’s Die schöne Müllerin by choreographer Jessica Lang.
Mark O’Rowe’s 1999 play chronicles the cat-and-mouse travails of two men in gritty Dublin.