I Dream a Dream That Dreams Back at Me: A Juneteenth Celebration
“We have to constantly be in conversations with our dreams, our hopes, and our ambitions in order to change the world.” - Carl Hancock Rux Take a behind-the-scenes look back at "I Dream a Dream That Dreams Back at Me," a site-specific Juneteenth celebration on campus conceived and curated by Carl Hancock Rux and featuring original lyrics by Lynn Nottage, costumes by Dianne Smith, music by Nona Hendryx, Vernon Reid, Helga Davis, Toshi Reagon, BIGLovely, Marcelle Davies-Lashley, and Kimberly Nichole.
Making Everywhere All the Time: BAM 2018 Next Wave Festival
Choreographer Seán Curran reflects on the collaborative elements of his newest work Everywhere All the Time, set to celebrated composer Donnacha Dennehy's Surface Tension and played live by Grammy Award-winning Third Coast Percussion, with set design by the late landscape architect Diana Balmori.
Making HOME: BAM 2017 Next Wave Festival
Actor / Director Geoff Sobelle uses illusion, music, and home-spun mechanics to create surreal, poetic theater works that reflect our shared experiences. We caught up with him and his sister Stefanie Sobelle, the dramaturg for HOME, as they discuss the stubborn forces that make a house a home.
Making A Letter to My Nephew: BAM 2017 Next Wave Festival
Swirling through vogue balls, hospital rooms, and scenes of forced migration, Bill T. Jones’ latest work is an impressionistic collage that seeks answers to unwieldy questions. Watch Jones and Associate Artistic Director Janet Wong open up about A Letter to My Nephew.