Historic La MaMa, at 60 years, is ready to re-open in the East Village at 74A East 4th Street, where a total renovation has taken place to honor their upcoming 2021-2022 season of six decades.

The Tony Award winning theatre will have a fresh season of work on its various stages exploring new current time rituals from many perspectives that speak to the major 21st century changes.

Here is what the season looks like:

LA MaMa PUPPET SERIES, a bi-annual Festival of new contemporary theater by American and International artists, curated by Denise Greber – premieres by Loco 7 Dance Theatre Company, Tom Lee, Lady Xok, Kevin Augustine, Shoshana Bass, Charlotte Lily Gaspard and Tarish ‘Jeghetto’ Pipkins (Sept. 27-Oct. 24)

A FEW DEEP BREATHS, a compilation of work by Haruna Lee, Chuck Mee, Adrienne Kennedy, Robert Patrick, Eric Ehn, Huntrezz Janos, and Christopher Rivas—presented by CultureHub and La MaMa (Oct 27 – Oct 30)

THE INDIGO ROOM by Timothy White Eagle (November 11 – 21) at the Downstairs Theatre. An immersive, part-improvisational, part-ritualistic new work by the well-known Seattle-based Indigenous artist. THE INDIGO ROOM asks us to consider life anew after the isolation of the pandemic. 

The La MaMa debut of STEPHEN PETRONIO DANCE COMPANY (Nov 18 – 28)

John Sims’ multi-media project RECOLORATION PROCLAMATION which explores the complexity of identity, cultural appropriation, and visual terrorism through Confederate iconography and African-American culture (Dec 2 – 5)

The premiere of James E. Reynolds’ HISTORY/OURSTORY: THE TRAIL TO TULSA, marking the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre (Dec 9 – 12)

EXPERIMENTS IN DIGITAL STORYTELLING INITIATIVE featuring three axes live—a digital collaboration across distance between Seoul and New York. .

Talvin Wilks and Baba Israel’s CANNABIS: A VIPER’S VAUDEVILLE will debut as a co-presentation between La MaMa, HERE and Prototype (Jan 6 – 16).

GOD’S FOOL – an interpretation of the ancient story of St. Francis of Assisi and his singular life as a privileged man, by Martha Clarke — January 20 – February 10 at the Ellen Stewart Theatre. The iconoclastic creator of the form-changing dance theatre works THE GARDEN OF EARTHLY DELIGHTS and VIENNA: LUSTHAUS returns with her first new full-length work in a decade.

Much much more thru June, including Elizabeth Swados’ THE BEAUTIFUL LADY, directed by Anne Bogart (May 12- June 5).

More Information: www.lamama.org