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Winter/Spring Season

 
 

BAM's Winter/Spring Season showcases artists who define excellence in theater, dance, music, and opera today.

 
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BAM's Winter/Spring Season showcases artists and companies who define excellence in international theater, dance, music, and opera today. BAM presents US and world premiere performances, beloved annual events, and exceptional work that embody BAM's mission to be the home for adventurous artists, audiences, and ideas. The season runs from January through June and includes theater, dance, and music events in all theater venues including the annual DanceAfrica celebration, plus BAMcafé Live, artist talks, visual art exhibitions, and literary events.

Past Winter/Spring Season theater productions have included: The Bridge Project's Richard III (2012) with Kevin Spacey, The Diary of a Madman (2011) with Geoffrey Rush, A Streetcar Named Desire (2010) with Cate Blanchett, and Macbeth (2008) with Patrick Stewart (which transferred to Broadway). In 2008, BAM began producing its own works, including the three-concert series Love in Hard Times: The Music of Paul Simon and Beckett's Endgame with John Turturro and Elaine Stritch. In 2009, BAM launched The Bridge Project, a three-year partnership with The Old Vic and Sam Mendes' Neal Street Productions to produce classic plays featuring a transatlantic cast of actors from London and New York.


 
PAST EVENTS
Programs
2013 Winter/Spring Season
 

BAM’s Winter/Spring Season presents the best in international theater, dance, music, and opera.

Jan 17—Jun 26, 2013
 
 
Programs
2012 Winter/Spring Season
 

A showcase of artists and companies who define excellence in the arts today.

Dec 14, 2011—Jun 3, 2012
 
 
Programs
2011 Spring Season
 

Ibsen is greedy, Shakespeare is tortured, and Gogol is mad in the BAM 2011 Spring Season.

Jan 7—Jun 11, 2011
 
 
Programs
2010 Spring Season
 

Defining excellence in international theater, dance, music, and opera today.

Jan 7—Jun 20, 2010
 
 
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Spring Season 2009
 

Defining excellence in international theater, dance, music, and opera today.

Jan 3—Jun 13, 2009