Coming to SPSA March 25-26!!
SPSA Youth and acclaimed theater company, Girl Be Heard, co-produced a show created and performed by a diverse group of young female artists in New York City. Each performance ended with a talkback with the artists. Proceeds from the show on March 25-26 benefitted our summer Youth Service Trip to Washington, DC! Please help us spread the word! All performances will take place at our West End Theatre.
Performance Dates:Sat, March 25, 7pm and Sun, March 26, 3pm Continue reading
Soaking WET Sep. 22-26 is a series of choreographic evenings curated by David Parker, whose company, David Parker and The Bang Group has been the first and only resident-dance company of the West End Theatre since January 2003. Parker is committed to bringing together artists of varied backgrounds and levels of experience in order to break down aesthetic barriers and achieve mutual inspiration. The artists are united by their commitment to movement and their understanding that vigorous experimentation can take many forms. Soaking WET has received generous support from The Jerome Robbins Foundation and New York City’s Department of Cultural Affairs.
September 22-26, 2016
• Sara Hook, Rebecca Stenn, Cat Wagner, Megan Williams
• Women in Motion — Brynne Billingsley, Remi Harris and Kristin Swiat
The Soaking Wet Dance Series, curated by David Parker and produced by Jeff Kazin, opens its 2016-17 season with two programs of works by women choreographers. (Soaking W (West) E (End) T (Theatre). Performances are Thursday through Sunday, September 22-25, with two performances daily, two different programs.
Acclaimed theater director Aleksey Burago and The Russian Arts Theater and Studio continues its 2015-2016 season with Fyodor Dostoevsky’s magnum opus Crime and Punishment. Continue reading
The intimate and friendly West End Theatre will once again play host to the Soaking WET dance series, curated by David Parker and Jeff Kazin, May 19-22, two performances, two different programs daily. The early performances will be shared by Joshua Bisset/Shuagroup and Katy Orthwein; the later shows will feature the ensembles of Larry Goldhuber and Christopher Williams. Continue reading
Award-winning Director with 50 years of work in theater, Arthur French, believes that a 71-year-old play, DEEP ARE THE ROOTS, is still relevant today when it comes to race relations.
Out of the Box Theatre Company is set to produce
Deep Are the Roots, directed by French.
May 4th through 8th, West End Theatre. Continue reading