September 21 – October 9, 2022

MUD/DROWNING

Mud/Drowning offers New York audiences an opportunity to experience the work of a singular writer at close range. Akalaitis explains, “The program is intended to express that world of Irene’s, which is about the terribly poignant and unfulfilled longing for some kind of emotional accomplishment in life that often gets dashed—that’s what both of these pieces are about. We hope this evening offers a glimpse into the range of Irene’s rich theatrical landscape and the heart of an artist who never soothes and continues to astonish.”

October 3–3, 2022

The Rest I Make Up

"Above all, the movie embodies Fornés’s inherently and irrepressibly creative presence," wrote Richard Brody in The New Yorker. "The text alone, transcribed, would be a primer in live-wire poetic lucidity." Come see why Brody named it one of "The Best Movies of 2018."

October 3–3, 2022

The Rest I Make Up

"Above all, the movie embodies Fornés’s inherently and irrepressibly creative presence," wrote Richard Brody in The New Yorker. "The text alone, transcribed, would be a primer in live-wire poetic lucidity." Come see why Brody named it one of "The Best Movies of 2018."

September 21 – October 9, 2022

MUD/DROWNING

Mud/Drowning offers New York audiences an opportunity to experience the work of a singular writer at close range. Akalaitis explains, “The program is intended to express that world of Irene’s, which is about the terribly poignant and unfulfilled longing for some kind of emotional accomplishment in life that often gets dashed—that’s what both of these pieces are about. We hope this evening offers a glimpse into the range of Irene’s rich theatrical landscape and the heart of an artist who never soothes and continues to astonish.”

May 11–29, 2022

The Vicksburg Project

The Vicksburg Project evokes the intersections of race and gender in America through deeply researched and resurrected stories from everyday life in one small city. 

December 9–11, 2021

SUITE/Space 2021 | Sean Devare | First Violin: darshan

First Violin: darshan is the latest incarnation of Sean Devare’s ongoing artistic explorations of the epic poem The Ramayan. The gallery after hours becomes a prison, a temple, and a concert hall in a series of autobiographical and musical meditations on the re-creation and reclamation of this king of instruments and symbol of the model minority.

December 9–11, 2021

SUITE/Space 2021 | Shenny De Los Angeles | What Happens to Brown Girls Who Never Learn to Love Themselves Brown?

A live- ritual performance that explores a Dominican-American femme's journey to self love through her relationship with her mother and their hair.

December 2–4, 2021

SUITE/Space 2021 | Christopher-Rashee Stevenson | Victims

Stevenson and his collaborators reconstruct Ionesco's 1953 absurdist psychodrama on memory, power, and the theater as a subversive, psychedelic, home invasion horror freakout.