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2014 Next Wave Order Form
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.
Wilco founder Jeff Tweedy performs songs from Sukierae, his debut collaboration with his son.
Laurie Anderson and Kronos Quartet present their first-ever collaboration.
This Malian multi-instrumentalist performs traditional and pop-inflected music.
The beloved Brazilian singer and musician performs from his award-winning releases.
The British singer-songwriter is joined an eclectic band of musicians.
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.
Eccentric techno-futurologist Paul Abacus leads a tour of our hyper-networked world to come.
Astronauts, Bolsheviks, and suburban America collide in this work from Big Dance Theater.
Iambic pentameter gets a makeover in Robert Wilson and Rufus Wainwright's pop-opera romp.
Lauded Irish actor Lisa Dwan performs three harrowing one-woman plays by Samuel Beckett.
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.
Dutch visionary Ivo van Hove delivers a revelatory take on Tony Kushner’s epic play.
A puppet flees a military coup through a desert made of salt in this work from Zvi Sahar.
Pirandello’s absurdist masterpiece is given artful life by director Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota.
Geoff Sobelle contemplates the things we cling to and the stuff we leave behind.
A powerful look at the war in Afghanistan that gives voice to Marines and their families.
Lemi Ponifasio straddles ritual, theater, dance, and activism in this spellbinding work.
Mark O’Rowe’s 1999 play chronicles the cat-and-mouse travails of two men in gritty Dublin.
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.
Choreographer Wang Yuanyuan takes her latest inspiration from poet Lu Xun’s titular 1927 text.
The much-anticipated New York debut of Benjamin Millepied’s contemporary ballet collective.
Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch returns to mark the 30th anniversary of its BAM debut.
Batsheva Dance Company returns with this series of devastating movement studies.
Brooklyn-based choreographer Ivy Baldwin contemplates space and time, geology and chronology.
An elegant story ballet set to Schubert’s Die schöne Müllerin by choreographer Jessica Lang.
A music-theater work about army private Chelsea Manning by composer Ted Hearne.
A musical meditation on physical and spiritual wayfinding from Holcombe Waller.
The Brooklyn Youth Chorus performs this music and visual work created by Bryce Dessner.
Meredith Monk returns to BAM with this mesmerizing hymn to compassion.
Philip Glass is joined by nine pianists to perform his complete etudes.
Gabriel Kahane performs this musical portrait of Los Angeles, directed by John Tiffany.
The prodigiously talented pianist performs three works, including a world premiere.
Fifteen never-before-seen Warhol shorts with live music by Dean Wareham and more.
BAMcinématek salutes the intrepid label’s rich catalogue of film scores.
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.
The beloved Brazilian musician talks with theater director Peter Sellars.
A dramatic reading of scenes from Sophocles’ Ajax and Philoctetes.
Iconic director Robert Wilson and composer Rufus Wainwright discuss their collaboration.
Choreographer Benjamin Millepied talks with dance critic Deborah Jowitt.
A conversation between director Ivo van Hove and award-winning playwright Tony Kushner.
A livestream discussion about the use of non-professional performers in the arts.
Simon Critchley explores returning from war using the Greek idea of nostos or homecoming.
Director Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota joins Simon Critchley to explore authorship in theater.
Curators Claire Henry and Geralyn Huxley discuss Andy Warhol’s cinematic oeuvre.
Bryan Doerries, founder of Theater of War, leads a discussion on the impact of war.
Ohad Naharin, artistic director of Batsheva, reflects on his company’s history at BAM.
Participants discover unexpected theatrical moments in this workshop led by Paul Lazar.
A class for choreographers led by Jodi Melnick that hones a sharp eye for movement detail.
L.A. Dance Project ballet master Sébastien Marcovici leads this Balanchine-influenced class.
Wang Yuanyuan leads this class in choreography and creative movement.
Company dancer Bobbi Smith teaches Gaga and sections from Batsheva’s repertory.
Participants learn the fundamentals of performance as a vehicle for spiritual transformation.
A class and Q&A with choreographer Jessica Lang in her company’s repertory and technique.