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Alan Smithee Directed This Play
Angels in America
Birds With Skymirrors
Black Mountain Songs
Exposed: Songs for Unseen Warhol Films
L.A. Dance Project
Not I, Footfalls, Rockaby
On Behalf of Nature
Six Characters in Search of an Author
VIJAY IYER: Music of Transformation
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Glass and Reich reunite on stage for a three-program retrospective of their work.
The contemporary jazz pianist melds various musical idioms.
Nonesuch Records label mates Chris Thile and Brad Mehldau perform together.
The musically adventurous vocalist performs works by George Crumb and Charles Ives.
Chamber band Alarm Will Sound performs two distinctive programs.
The Senegalese singer-songwriter makes a rare stateside appearance.
The Carolina Chocolate Drops return after their knockout performance in this year’s Winter/Spring Season.
Devendra Banhart, Stephin Merritt, and Iron and Wine perform solo sets.
Kronos Quartet and more delve into the American and international folk songbook.
Beckett’s 1959 radio play finds fevered new life behind the eyes of a massive skull.
Actress Olwen Fouéré offers an incandescent interpretation of the end of Finnegans Wake.
Critic Jonathan Kalb talks Beckett history with BAM Hamm Archives director Sharon Lehner.
Olwen Fouéré joins philosopher Simon Critchley to discuss the influence of James Joyce.
Participants discover unexpected theatrical moments in this workshop led by Paul Lazar.