All tickets $20
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.
Writer Ain Gordon explores history lived versus history told in rural America.
Theater, music, and sculpture combine in this humorous account of man’s fall from grace.
Actress Frances McDormand embodies artist Suzanne Bocanegra in this creative self-portrait.
A sophisticated algorithm slices and dices Hamlet in this daring work by Annie Dorsen.
A table becomes an unlikely musical instrument in this work by Polish ensemble Karbido.
Grammy-nominated guitarist and songwriter Gary Lucas conjures 1930s and 40s China.
The inventions of Rube Goldberg come to life in Andy Biskin's work of animation and music.
Doug Varone Dancers and a guest company celebrate their homecoming.
Choreographer Brian Brooks uses rapid-fire partnering to test the limits of time and space.
Choreographer John Heginbotham presents a whimsical new work inspired by Picabia and Satie.
Choreographer Kate Weare explores sexual fantasy as a metaphor for creative expression.
Susan Marshall collaborates with David Lang in this electric guitar-fueled dance work.
Choreographer Tere O’Connor collapses three works into a single hybrid creation.