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Nora Chipaumire
Nov. 3 — Nov. 20, 2014

creative residency for portrait - exchange with Nora Chipaumire and Kaolack / Baryshnikov Arts Center (BAC)
New York, NY
Cipher (Photo: by Paula Court)^3465 Creative Residency for Lars Jan's Holoscenes^497 Geoff Sobelle (performer) in Holoscenes tank. Image: Lars Jan^497 Creative Residency for Lars Jan's Holoscenes^497 ROCCO (Photo: Laurent Ziegler)^9 Lars Jan/Early Morning Opera's ABACUS. Photo by Lars Jan.^497 Nora Chipaumire and Kaolack (photo by: Ritzuko Mizuno)^494

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Panaibra_Thumbnail0.jpg The New York Times Reviews Panaibra's work
A New York Times review of Panaibra Gabriel Canda's work: “Time and Spaces: The Marrabenta Solos,” from his recent visit to New York on a tour produced by MAPP

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BrianTateED2.jpg Brian Tate, named new Executive Director of MAPP
Broadway World covers Brian Tate's welcome to MAPP International Productions as the new Executive Director.

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TripleConsciousnessHeader_Page_1thumbnail0.jpg A Look inside our Community Program "triple consciousness"
Rasu Jilani's Brooklyn Museum Essay on the concept behind "Triple Consciousness." Join us at the Brooklyn Museum November 8th and 12th @ 2pm for thought-provoking discussions.

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LJP-subpage-30.jpg MAPP Artist, Liza Jessie Peterson, at Penumbra Theater 11/6
Liza Jessie Peterson's "Peculiar Patriot, " a project produced by MAPP, will be at Penumbra Theater November 6, 2014, as a part of the Claude Edison Purdy Individual Artist Festival.
 

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Cipher >>>

Cipher

There is a need for roots. There is a need to uproot the petrifications of the past. There is a need to change everything. CIPHER addresses all these needs at once.”...

Miriam >>>

Miriam

Miriam seeks to capture the darkness associated with Africa and to undress baroque Western fears of the continent. Miriam does that and more.” –Willamette week


“The...

 

Word Becomes Flesh >>>

Word Becomes Flesh

"a searing, satisfying evening." - The Washington Post, July 2011

First performed by Marc Bamuthi Joseph in 2003, Word Becomes Flesh returns to the stage, re-invented...

Exit/Exist >>>

Exit/Exist

Exit/Exist was thoroughly hypnotic – thanks not only to Maqoma’s virtuosity, but also the gorgeous harmonies and anguished lamentations of the four-man South African...

 

ROCCO >>>

ROCCO

In the award-winning ROCCO, dancers become boxers and boxers become dancers, as one challenges the other with punches and strikes, fast footwork and virtuoso tactics....

Look Back, Dance Forward: Tales of Home | Congo/Mozambique >>>

Look Back, Dance Forward: Tales of Home | Congo/Mozambique

Look Back, Dance Forward:
Tales of Home | Congo/Mozambique
A two-evening program with works by Faustin Linyekula (Democratic Republic of Congo)
and Panaibra Gabriel...

 

Scaffold Room >>>

Scaffold Room

Conceived and directed by Ralph Lemon, Scaffold Room is a “lecture-performance-musical” that refracts ideas of the female artist in American pop and contemporary art...

portrait of myself as my father >>>

portrait of myself as my father

A duet between Chipaumire and powerful Senegalese dancer Kaolack, portrait both celebrates and critiques masculinity (its presence, presentation, and representation)...

 

Bronx Gothic >>>

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Orchard Beach, Nathan’s hot dogs, and Whitney Houston’s hair are all part of the landscape in Okwui Okpokwasili’s Bronx Gothic. At the intersection of theater, dance,...

The Peculiar Patriot >>>

The Peculiar Patriot

"Honest inner voice of the peeps, ringing with truth, pain, rage and outrage...and humor, delicious humor. All art is on some level artifice, yet art sometimes speaks...