SHOWS: Show Listing

Current HERE shows

SubletSeries shows

  • Heartless Bastard

    August 17 —
    September 2

    Barry’s got a kickass girlfriend and a new heart. But something is radically wrong. Yesterday he stopped to smell the flowers. Only one thing to do. Go see the dead guy’s widow and find out what is up.


    August 22 —
    August 23

    Merging non-linear narrative with tropes from twenty-first century life, UPROOT combines text- and movement-based moments to meditate on where our food comes from.

  • Somehow We End Up Here, Again

    August 24 —
    August 26

    An evening-length suite of mixed-media dance theater illustrating voices of the unheard – dancers dig into stories of life under the radar.

  • A Study of Occupied Spaces

    August 27 —
    August 29

    MElder Movement Art utilizes dance, text, theatrics, and prop in a high-impact, physical movement investigation to highlight public habitation and narratives involving NYC homelessness.

  • Life

    August 31 —
    September 2

    Project Y Theatre experiments with Charles Mee’s Life, a new play presenting a series of striking moments in which characters face the limits of love, security, and meaning.

  • The Flatiron Hex

    September 7 —
    September 30

    The Flatiron Hex is a solo puppet performance creating the world of Wylie Walker, a contract shaman employed by NYORG, a swamp city in constant peril from natural, unnatural, and supernatural forces. Wylie uses his unusual talents to solve problems, maintain the city’s inter-web bio-technology, and keep storms at bay.

  • The Joshua Show: Episode 2

    September 9 —
    September 30

    Brooklyn-based, award-winning puppeteer, Joshua Holden, returns to HERE for the New York City premiere of a brand new show - The Joshua Show: Episode 2. Through live music, good old-fashion humor, and a genuine desire to spread goodwill, the Ambassador of Joy, alongside a cast of hand crafted puppet characters, will brighten even the darkest of days.

  • Whiskey Pants: The Mayor of Williamsburg

    September 28 —
    October 28

    An award-winning immersive operetta by NY Innovative Theater Award Nominees De Gré, Anderson and Gay. A land where the whiskey is always flowing and people live in blissful peace. Welcome to Williamsburg, where it’s easier to drink and it’s dangerous to dream.

  • America is Hard to See

    January 30 —
    February 24

    Using a blend of interviews, archival research, religious hymns, and original music, this daring new play investigates the lives in and around Miracle Village, a rural community for sex offenders, buried deep in Florida’s sugarcane fields.