NOW @ BAX

The Theater at BAX has an intimate atmosphere. Somewhere between a loft and a black-box, this theater allows audiences and artists to enjoy a creative dialogue unlike any other in NYC.

We present over 50 performance evenings and matinees each season featuring work by our Artists In Residence (AIR) and Space Grantees, Visitor’s Programs, Guest Curated Performance & Discussion Series, the Upstart Festival, The Jumpin’ Juniper Series for family audiences, and the work of young artists from our arts education programs and beyond.

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Sound Syndrome: SoHo Heartbreaker
The Off-Broadway Show

Dates: Sept. 12-13, Sept. 19-20, Sept. 26-27
Time: 8:00 pm

Tickets: Start at $20

Click [HERE] for more information

 

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EmergeLAB @ BAX

Friday-Saturday, October 17-18 @ 8:00pm

Tickets: $16 General, $10 Low-income
[tickets will be available one month before the show]

EmergeLAB@BAX, comprised of alumni of the EmergeNYC program at the Hemispheric Institute for Performance and Politics, provides a non-curated, non-hierarchical space for artistic development [more].

 

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MEMORY FOAM

curated by ERIN MARKEY (2013/15 BAX Artist In Residence)

Friday October 24 @ 8:00 pm
Saturday, October 25 @ 8:00 pm
My friends and I used to take turns telling the histories of every article of clothing we happened to be wearing that day. It was a way to remember stuff we otherwise wouldn’t have. [more]

 

 

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CANADIANS ARE MEAN

curated by MELANIE JONES (2013/15 BAX Artist In Residence)
featuring Cagey Productions, Tanya Marquardt

Friday, October 31 @ 8:00 pm
Saturday, November 1 @ 8:00 pm
CANADIANS ARE MEAN confronts stereotype and the (in)visibility of Canadian artists in NYC. Are Canadians really polite? Is the Great White North truly a socialist utopia? [more]