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On Set with Theda Bara

February 6 - March 9
Joey Merlo

In this hallucination of a one-person show, a genderqueer teen who goes missing and their gay detective father come face-to-face with the supernatural and consciousness-devouring Theda Bara, the real-life vamp and silent film star of the 1920s. ON SET WITH THEDA BARA is part gothic coming-of-age story and part campy melodrama about identity consumption and the horror of not knowing who you are.

Stories to Get Us Through the Night

February 16 - February 25
Isabelle Smith

What kinds of stories do you want to hear at the end of the world? Stories to Get Us Through the Night, is a play about storytelling and the end of the world in which the audience members use candlelight to determine which of four distinct endings is enacted on the characters.

The Saga of the Shining Emblem: Chapter XIII

February 28
Matthew Schott

A one-of-a-kind comedy show where YOU are the hero of your very own epic adventure!

DeliaDelia! The Flat Chested Witch!

February 29 - March 2
Amando Houser

The NYC born and based clown Amando Houser is “particularly funny” (Vulture, NY MAG) and “not normal at all” (Philippe Gaulier) They are DeliaDelia! The Flat Chested Witch! She isn’t female but she does use she/her pronouns. She will defy all expectations and will go to ridiculous lengths to try to fit in— even if it kills her. This debut solo show is directed by Kedian Keohan, and is set to premiere at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2024.

David Kinder: A Life in Oil – Closing Party

March 9

A month-long exhibit showcasing the life’s work of David Kinder (1950-2019) featuring 12 original oil paintings and a selection of gorgeous prints. Mr. Kinder’s work is being shown in New York for the first time. 

The Circus is Coming to Town

March 16 - April 7
Yiseul LeMieux

The Circus is Coming to Town is an overwhelmingly interactive, respectably, aggressively engaging event full of surprises and prizes.

How to Be in Front of People : Mastering the Art of Live Performance 

March 19 - April 16
River L. Ramirez

Through group conversations, writing prompts, movement exercises, and practicing performance in front of trusted peers, we dig deeper into our performance practices to dig out what is hidden and what wants to be seen.

The Banality of Evil

March 21 - April 6
Meta-Phys Ed.

Based on Hannah Arendt’s controversial idea “The Banality of Evil” and her scandalous article in The New Yorker magazine, covering the trial of Nazi Adolf Eichmann in 1963. Meta-Phys Ed.’s THE BANALITY OF EVIL is a neo-noir courtroom drama about a “show-trial on trial”, and the mystery about how everyday people become war criminals.

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 1

April 9

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 1 featuring James La Bella, Sleth, Mary Ann Odete, Rivers Duggan & Elijah Guo

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 2

April 10

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 2 featuring Dalit Ahava, Eva Wolfson, Jasmine Sharma, Colin Heininger

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 3

April 11

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 3 featuring Leah Plante-Wiener & Eulàlia Comas, Dalit Ahava, Mary Ann Odete, Jasmine Sharma

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 4

April 12

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 4 featuring Leonie Bell, Alex Beige, Sarah Doh, Khali Sykes, & Karen Xia, Hillary Gao, PEPTALK, Colin Heininger

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 5

April 13

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 5 featuring Leonie Bell, Annie White & Johnny Butler, Allyson Dwyer, Alex Beige, Sarah Doh, Khali Sykes, & Karen Xia, Ring Yuqi Yang & Lynn Hodeib

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 6

April 14

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 6 featuring Allyson Dwyer, PEPTALK, NIK + NICKY, Rivers Duggan & Elijah Guo, Catherine Weingarten

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 7

April 16

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 7 featuring ankita, Devon Wade Granmo + Stephen Bron, Mack Lawrence, Camille Simone Thomas

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 8

April 17

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 8 featuring ankita, Eva Wolfson, Anabella Lenzu, Devon Wade Granmo + Stephen Bron

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 9

April 18

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 9 featuring Charlie Chauca, Kristen Hoffman, & Sofiya Lopez, Mars Garcia, Mack Lawrence, Camille Simone Thomas

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 10

April 19

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 10 featuring James La Bella, Jueun Kang & Che'Li, Mars Garcia, Mariam Dingilian

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 11

April 20

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 11 featuring Sleth, I Don't Want To See That, Brendan Drake, Ring Yuqi Yang & Lynn Hodeib, Gabriella Gonzalez

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 12

April 21

?!: New Works 2024 – Night 12 featuring David Puck, Shan Fahey, Gabriella Gonzalez, Jueun Kang & Che'Li

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The Brick Theater is a not-for-profit dedicated to developing and presenting the work of pioneering emerging artists and career experimenters in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. We are the artistic home for work that pushes boundaries and spans the ever-evolving spectrum of performing arts, theatre, dance, video, virtual reality, and visual arts. By nurturing emerging artists, sustaining ongoing relationships with frequent collaborators, and removing financial barriers for artists to create work, we create a diverse, accessible, and inclusive artistic community for the city’s most daring artists. We welcome adventurous audiences with low-cost and sliding-scale ticket prices to make performances accessible to all.

Founded in 2002, The Brick has established itself as an essential experimental venue for the production of compelling, new, high-quality work. As a vital part of the New York artistic community, we present 250-300 live performances per year at our two spaces, The Brick and Brick Aux, and welcome over 10,000 audience members each year.

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