Among the projects awarded are MAPP International, for the development and presentation of multidisciplinary works by Lars Jan and Marc Bamuthi Joseph, and Cross Performance!
Hilton Als, of The New Yorker, recalls collection of events from 2014 that had special relevance for him, which includes Okwui Okpokwasili's "Bronx Gothic"
Ickamsterdam's "ROCCO" premiers this weekend 2/13 at Peak Performances in Montclair, NJ. "ROCCO" will also be at Fringe Arts in Philadelphia and Place des Arts in Montreal.
Reviewing Bard College's "The House is Open" event, Siobhan Burke, of the NYTimes, writes Scaffold Room is "driven by an unshakable logic, an imperative to be nowhere but right there..."
MAPP International Productions brings 20 years of experience in the non-profit performing arts sector to a wide range of consulting and project management services. Tailor-made for each client, our services cover the full spectrum of producing, managing and touring. We offer international artists, and U.S. groups working on international projects, a wealth of expertise in managing U.S. performance engagements and in preparing and filing visa applications.
Past Consulting Clients Include:
Ananya Dance Theatre, Minneapolis, MN
Kimberly Bartosik/Daela, New York, NY
Daniel Alexander Jones, New York, NY
Ragamala Music and Dance Theater, Minneapolis, MN
Foundation for Jewish Culture, New York, NY
Critical Mass Performance Group, Los Angeles, CA
Nina Winthrop and Dancers, New York, NY
City of Antwerp, Belgium
Asia Society, New York, NY
Asian Cultural Council, New York, NY
Institute of Management, Jakarta, Indonesia
New England Foundation for the Arts, Boston, MA
New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ
Merian Soto/Pepatián, New York, NY & Philadelphia, PA
Gina Gibney Dance, New York, NY
Sara Pearson/Patrick Widrig, New York, NY
David Hurwith, Northhampton, MA
David González, New York, NY
Benjamin Millepied, New York, NY