La MaMa E.T.C.
Time Out says
Posted: Tue Apr 20 2010
Obtained by the La MaMa folks in the ’70s, this gigantic wooden space—redolent of forty years of joss sticks—has long been one of the best places to see a certain type of puppetcentric, multicultural, experimental work. Touring groups from Poland and the Baltic States are frequent visitors.
La MaMa E.T.C. 74A E 4th St
What's on at La MaMa E.T.C.
Puppet shows, Musicals
The Czechoslovak-American Marionette Theater strings together its own take on Charles Dickens's tremendously adaptable yuletide fable, this one incorporating elements from many other holiday traditions as well as songs in various languages.
Things to Do
- Critics' pick
Exploring the natural and man-made causes of extinction, this mixed-media installation combines nostalgic artifacts with live performance. Catch the culmination of a two-year project, as Daniel Allen Nelson, Marie-Christine Katz and Tavish Miller rearrange...
A would-be writer tries to help his construction-worker brother beat a whale of heroin problem in a new drama by Mike Gorman, directed by David Bennett.
Warsaw's Studium Teatralne performs director Piotr Borowski's adaptation of Hanna Krall's Holocaust memoir, in which a Jewish woman poses as an Aryan to save her husband from the Nazis. (Performances are in Polish, with English supertitles.)