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Posted: Fri Mar 19 2010
After a recent refurbishment, this downtown stalwart is now one of the most comfortable experimental spaces, what with its cozy lobby café (1 Dominick) and relatively impressive multimedia capacity. The upstairs space—long, wide and low—has played host to recent smashes like Taylor Mac’s epic The Lily’s Revenge, while the downstairs 70-seat black box sees new works by everyone from Karinne Keithley to Tina Satter. HERE’s strength lies in its come-one-come-all attitude, its absurdly generous grant and commissioning programs, and a genuine warmth that is largely thanks to the venue’s doyenne and founder, Kristin Marting, and the community of artists who call HERE a second home.
What's on at HERE
A blind, dying poet wanders the streets of Madrid in a multimedia version of a classic 1924 Spanish play by Ramón Valle-Inclán, adapted by Live Source and Fernando Gonzalez. Tyler Mercer directs what is billed as the play's English-language American ...
A woman's life unravels unexpectedly in a new dark comedy by Clare Barron, directed by the excellent Anne Kauffman (Belleville) for Page 73. The cast includes Brooke Bloom, Reed Birney and William Jackson Harper.