Brian Rogers / The Chocolate Factory Theater
Screamers

Screamers is a 75-minute feature film created and performed by members of the experimental dance, theater and performance communities – including dancers, choreographers, directors and performing arts curators. A kind of conceptual ghost story, Screamers was conceived during a year-long residency at a former Catholic Church owned by the artist Dan Hurlin in Stuyvesant, NY – and was subsequently filmed over the course of two weeks in September 2015, with additional filming in the Playhouse at Abrons Arts Center.

Shareholder Program

Support the work of groundbreaking artists and get some great benefits in return! Preferred access to the wait list, invitations to private events, waived online fees, and of course T-SHIRTS...and more!

Jess Pretty
dream[e]scapes

“I was in a conversation earlier this year that ended in me spitting out the question what would it look like if we lived in a world that was made for us?...said to another black woman about the daily anxieties that come attached with moving through this white man-made world as a body that is not. after I asked this question the walls I had around this physical realm, my dream realm and my desire realm began to melt and discover new possibilities around each other."