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.
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.)
Gay & lesbian, Comedy
Split Britches cofounder Lois Weaver, performing as her alter ego Tammy WhyNot, dives into the hairy gray area of elderly sexuality in a piece that features guest appearances by artists from local senior centers.