SHOWS: Show Listing

Current HERE shows

  • Black Inscription

    January 11 — January 20 | tickets $30

    Through music, sound and imagery, Black Inscription plunges us into our oceans and fills us with wonder, outrage, and hope.

  • IYOV

    January 15 — January 20 | tickets $30-75

    An extraordinary Ukrainian opera, IYOV blends an emotional journey, the birth of a new sound, and the endless possibilities of the human voice.

  • Symphonie Fantastique

    March 29 — June 17 | tickets $35-100

    A one-of-a-kind under-water marvel combining the magic of puppetry with the powerful suggestions of music, dance and abstract art.

  • Black Inscription Exhibit

    January 2 — January 21 | tickets FREE

    A visual art exhibit by Lisa Carroll to coincide with PROTOTYPE Festival’s presentation of Black Inscription.

  • Susie IRL

    January 25 — March 28 | tickets FREE

    Spanning performance, video, painting, textiles, sculpture, and photography, “Susie IRL” confronts the viewer with themes of identity, selfhood, and singularity, using Susie Magazine contributors from issues 1 and 2, within the broader context of activism, community, the influence and immediacy of the internet, and the ever-expanding definition of gender and sexuality.


    March 1 — March 10 | tickets Coming Soon

    Join us this March for CULTUREMART, our annual festival for the HERE Artist Residency Program (HARP), where process becomes the focus. Beautifully produced, yet still in development, CULTUREMART provides a platform for current and former Resident Artists to blur the boundaries between dance, theatre, music, new media, puppetry, and visual art, melding these forms to support their adventurous visions.

SubletSeries shows

  • 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.

  • In Talking Band’s new music-theater work big ideas bump up against big sound. Five brassy horns and two eccentric scientists leapfrog from epiphany to epiphany.  Featuring Tom Nelis and Paul Zimet and five motley horn players.

  • Shakespeare's Will

    March 14 —
    April 1

    The NYC premiere of NACL Theatre’s production Shakespeare’s Will by Vern Thiessen features actress Tannis Kowalchuk in the role of Anne Hathaway, Shakespeare’s wife. NACL’s production of Thiessen’s epic solo is a lyrical and visual journey that delves into the complex female experience of 16th century life while drawing contemporary parallels to modern love, children, work, and loss.

  • The Diana Tapes

    May 24 —
    June 10

    The Diana Tapes presents the true story of one of the greatest media scandals in British history – the publication of Andrew Morton’s book about Diana, Princess of Wales, which ended her marriage and shook the monarchy to its core.