Videos from the Archive
SUPERTERRANEAN (2019) | 5/29 - 5/31
A large-scale work of visual theatre inspired by urban infrastructure and its push and pull on the human body.
LOVE UNPUNISHED (2006) | 6/1 - 6/3
A dance-theatre contemplation of death and grief, set on the evacuation stairs of the World Trade Center.
(NOTE: SUPERTERRANEAN and LOVE UNPUNISHED will stream on the Segal Center YouTube channel in celebration of Mimi Lien being awarded the 2020 Edwin Booth Award. We will not be hosting watch parties for these videos.)
SHUTEYE (2001) | 6/1 - 6/7
A tragicomic descent into dreams and sleep, conceived by legendary director Joe Chaikin.
WELCOME TO YUBA CITY (2009) | 6/8 - 6/14
A dream-America hand-crafted out of tall tales and tinfoil. A cowboy/clown odyssey directed by Quinn Bauriedel.
CAFETERIA (1999) | 6/15 - 6/21
A wordless pilgrimage through the American life-cycle – Quinn Bauriedel, Suli Holum, and Dito van Reigersberg play 15 parts in a cafeteria that moves from middle school, to corporate, to old folks home.
HELL MEETS HENRY HALFWAY (2004) | 6/22 - 6/28
Adapted from Witold Gombrowicz’s lost novel Possessed, this OBIE-winning production features a heady cocktail of florid insults and absurd cruelties dressed in tennis whites.
CHEKHOV LIZARDBRAIN (2008) | 6/29 - 7/5
A misunderstanding of contemporary neuroscience where Anton Chekhov's Three Sisters becomes a rosetta stone for a lonely botanist. This fragmented mindscape, inspired by Temple Grandin’s Animals in Translation, is directed by Dan Rothenberg, with James Sugg in an OBIE-winning performance in the title role.