Brian Rogers

In his first major project since Screamers, an experimental feature film (which premiered at Abrons Arts Center in 2018, and was screened nationally throughout 2019), Brian Rogers continues his habit of interdisciplinary makeovers with Small Songs, a long form recording of textural synthesizer music.

Juliana F. May

Co-presented as part of New York Live Arts | Live Artery. Family Happiness continues Juliana May's decade-long investigation into body control and the complicated system of victimhood and perpetration. Pitting Post-Modern and Modernist choreographic strategies such as task and symbolism against pop cultural references of the 80s and 90s, this dance- text-song triptych delivers a space for culpability and catharsis.

animals & giraffes

Musician/composer Phillip Greenlief and writer Claudia La Rocco created animals & giraffes after meeting at Headlands Center for the Arts during their 2013 residencies. For this one-night performance, a&g’s East Coast debut, Greenlief and La Rocco are joined by dance artists Rashaun Mitchell and Silas Riener, and video & sound artist Brian Rogers — the first time these longtime collaborators have all performed together.

Jen Rosenblit + Phil Hayes

Emerging through mannerisms and characteristics of “characters“, Zurich-based actor/creator Phil Hayes and choreographer/performer Jen Rosenblit (who last appeared at The Chocolate Factory in 2019) play Grifters, Hustlers and Tricksters in search of the promised land...