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Sonntags wird gelogen Or We Only Lie on Sundays

December 2 - December 12
Leonie Bell with LOCAL GRANDMA

The Brick Presents Sonntags wird gelogen Or We Only Lie On Sundays Created by Leonie Bell with LOCAL GRANDMA December 2 - 5 & 9 - 12, 2021 at the Brick Theater special live streaming performance Sunday December 12 3pm via The Brick YouTube Channel filmed live by Zanni Productions Streaming Link HERE In this dark humor Tanztheater landscape, matriarchal lineages converge and convene with mistranslations, misunderstandings, mundane anecdotes, and your weird neighbor. Cacophonies of choral song and pedestrian movement; performed in…

Murder at the Christmas Pageant

December 13
Nadia Pinder

The Brick presents Murder at the Christmas Pageant by Nadia Pinder December 13 8pm Twas the night of the Christmas Pageant at Caldwell High And as the school spirit committee puts the finishing touches on decorations…tragedy strikes! Why it’s an old fashioned Yuletide Whodunnit! The holiday season is a time for the classics. Time tested, tried and true, warm and fuzzy nostalgia. WELL what says Christmas better than a little murder mystery?! Come for the carols, stay for the carnage.…

Bare Book Club NYC reads A Christmas Carol

December 14
Bare Book Club NYC

Bare Book Club is an intimate, provocative, and nude literary show.

Export Quality

December 17 - December 18
Loose Change Productions

EXPORT QUALITY is an original play by three Filipina-American playwrights: Carolyn Antonio, Erica Miguel, and Dorotea Mendoza. Directed by Jesca Prudencio,

Like the Wind

December 19 - December 20
Sam Rosenblatt & Elspeth Collard

The Brick in association with Collard & Rosenblatt presents a staged reading of Like The Wind December 19 and 20 8pm Like the Wind is a new electronica-pop musical that explores the lives of Bennie and Cai, two queer teenagers running away from a conversion therapy facility in the summer of 2018. Loosely inspired by Bonnie and Clyde, Bennie and Cai choose to change the fate that society has set for them and break through the constraints of expectations and…

small stories

December 21
Xavier Rice

The Brick presents small stories by Xavier Rice December 21 8pm Xavier "Mamma" Rice shares an evening of short stories, dark humor and good music. It's the holidays and the hoe hoe hoe is ready to go! Join us for a simple fun musical night at the Brick. Ben Fortunato joins us on guitar. Featuring music from Joni Mitchell, Fiona Apple, Jason Robert Brown and more. Ben Fortunato is a guitarist, composer, producer, entrepreneur, and teacher based in New York…

The Exponential Festival Presents: Departure Study of Mother/land Fabric

January 7 - January 8
Annie Heath

The Brick and The Exponential Festival present Departure Study of Mother/land Fabric by Annie Heath January 7 and 8 at 8pm January 8 at 3pm theexponentialfestival.org Was forgetting a calculated effort? How can you hold onto what you cannot recall? Heath’s solo performance seams pieces of movement, text, and video; exposing her deepest fantasies of an unknown mother. Suspended bojagi pieces create a fantasied womb space where fragments of partial truths and unverified facts circulate, slowly imprinting a possibility of…

The Exponential Festival Presents: Flow My Tears

January 13 - January 15
Braulio Cruz and John-Philip Faienza

The Brick and Exponential Festival Presents Flow My Tears Braulio Cruz and John-Philip Faienza January 13, 14, 15 8pm January 15 3pm theexponentialfestival.org A funeral service streamed to the internet, where the audience and the protagonist are both digital ghosts, searching for corporeal feelings of mourning out in the late-night city and encountering the consequences of a momentous event without really being there. This project comes from deep wondering about loss, familial and otherwise, that occurred this past year in…

The Exponential Festival Presents: Panic Encyclopedia

January 19 - January 22
Kedian Keohan

The Brick and The Exponential Festival Present Panic Encyclopedia Kedian Keohan Jan 19th 7pm Jan 20th 7pm and 9pm Fri Jan 21st 7pm and 9pm Sat Jan 22nd 4pm and 7pm theexponentialfestival.org Six performers exist together--in a basement, a bunker, away from the danger of the world yet remain tied to it in some way. The structures that oppress us want us to feel panic – want us to feel helpless – isolated—alone. Directed by Kedian Keohan Created and Performed…

The Exponential Festival Presents: Blue Fire Burns the Hottest

January 28 - February 4
Marissa Joyce Stamps

The Brick and The Exponential Festival Present Blue Fire Burns the Hottest January 28, 29, Feb 2, 3, 4 8pm January 30 3pm theexponentialfestival.org The mortal fear must be running high in the veins... Two men—two rivals—who, after holding out for years, finally come to a now abandoned boxing ring that their fathers, and their fathers' fathers, and so on and so forth fought in to fight for their lives and to claim themselves as the "greatest." In the midst…

Card Tricks

February 22
Alex Offenkrantz

The Brick presents Card Tricks by Alex Offenkrantz February 22, 2022 8pm A magician tells you the truth by showing you his diary of card tricks, illustrating several impossible things that have happened in his life. He wants you to know how he feels, and card tricks are the only way he knows how to tell you. Created and performed by Alex Offenkrantz A magician's girlfriend tricks him into believing she is happy. When the illusion crumbles, he becomes obsessed…

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As of January 1, 2020 the new artistic team of the Brick has fully moved in: Theresa Buchheister has assumed the role of Artistic Director of The Brick. Theresa is joined by Associate Artistic Directors Ryan William Downey and Travis Just, along with a team of collaborators that includes Harrison Rivers, Nicolás Noreña, Justin Linville, Yuki Kawahisa, Teresa Braun, and Alyse Lamb.

They are honored to have the trust and support of co-founders Michael Gardner and Robert Honeywell and the Board of Directors, as they take the space in new directions, building on valuable time spent in downtown theatres, Brooklyn DIY venues, and weird basements.

This new team will usher The Brick into its third decade with a bold new vision and an abiding belief in the power of art. With a renewed focus on multi-week theatrical runs and a dynamic line-up of singular one-off events, The Brick will remain Williamsburg’s primary incubator of innovative theater and performing arts.

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