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Subscriptions must comprise an equal number tickets to each show. Prices subject to change after August 2.
Live performances allow students and teachers to connect with the world through art.
Trey McIntyre Project performs alongside the Korea National Contemporary Dance Company.
The Red Hot series returns to BAM with an all-star tribute to the music of Cuba.
An immersive auditory experience of Samuel Beckett’s radio play, directed by Gavin Quinn.
This adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s novel is an homage to reading and imagination.
Explores a community’s reaction to the murder
of gay 21-year-old Matthew Shepard.
BAM brings together rappers and traditional musicians from North Africa and the Middle East.
A dynamic interdisciplinary showcase of spoken word, incorporating music and dance.
An enchanting fairy-tale world is brought to life in this interactive theater experience.
The Royal Shakespeare Company presents a new twist on Shakespeare’s political thriller.
Students learn the universal language of movement in this work of acrobatic choreography.
BAM Education presents two DanceAfrica performances exclusively for students.
John Turturro and Andrei Belgrader tackle Ibsen’s drama of moral ambiguity and creative ambition.