SUITE/Space LIVE 2022

SUITE/Space applications will open June 1–29, 2022. Check back in June for details on how to apply.

 


 

SUITE/Space LIVE 2021

DECEMBER 2 – 11

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FESTIVAL SCHEDULE:

 

VICTIMS | Christopher-Rashee Stevenson

December 2, 3, and 4 at 7pm

 

WHAT HAPPENS TO BROWN GIRLS WHO NEVER LEARN
TO LOVE THEMSELVES BROWN? | Shenny de Los Angeles

December 9, 10, 11 at 7pm

 

FIRST VIOLIN: DARSHAN | Sean Devare

December 9, 10, 11
Gallery Open 5 -7 pm
Performance at 9pm

 

Mabou Mines’ performance initiative SUITE/Space, provides artistic advisement, rehearsal space, and public performances in our state-of-the-art, 99-seat theater to artists of color that share Mabou Mines’ commitment to breaking new ground in form and content.

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in Partnership with the City Council and by The New York State Council On the Arts, Restart New York.

 

 

 

 


 

See below for our 2021 programming, and visit the bottom of our A-Z Index page (under Program Series) to explore all SUITE/Space programming from 2018–2021.

 

Current Season

December 2–4, 2021

SUITE/Space 2021 | Christopher-Rashee Stevenson

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

Current Season

December 9–11, 2021

SUITE/Space 2021 | Shenny De Los Angeles

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

Current Season

December 9–11, 2021

SUITE/Space 2021 | Sean Devare

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.