Enter the whimsical, irreverent, and epic world of artist Mikel Glass as the cell launches its first everimmersive theatrical experience, Found. Collaborating with renowned theater companies, MasonHoldings and Sister Sylvester, Found explores an explosion of art, found and transitional objects,mysterious cocktails, and the wonders to discovered within our imaginations. Found is a revolutionarynew way to consume the arts. Performance lasts about 30 minutes.
News About FOUND at The Cell Theatre
The Cell Premieres THE SIGNAL THROUGH THE NOISE
February 18, 2021
Nancy Manocherian's the cell theatre will premiere the fourth installment of its ongoing online serial Tolerance Party, with The Signal Through The Noise, available to stream via their website February 26. This installment finds two of our heroes separated in a breakout room, assigned with an unwieldy task.
The Cell Theatre Premieres TOLERANCE PARTY #2: ROLE CALL
September 29, 2020
Nancy Manocherian's the cell theatre in association with DimlyWit Productionswill broadcast the second installment of its Tolerance Party series entitled Role Call which will be available to stream via their website.
The Cell Theatre Presents FOUND in Association with Mason Holdings
August 21, 2019
Nancy Manocherian's the cell (Artistic Director, Kira Simring) has joined forces with Mason Holdings (Founder / Artistic Director, Tracy Weller) and Sister Sylvester (Founder, Kathryn Hamilton) to present Found.
Irish Arts Center Announces Spring 2019 Season
January 14, 2019
Irish Arts Center (IAC), a multidisciplinary center dedicated to bringing people of all backgrounds together through the excellence and dynamism of Irish arts and culture, announces its Spring 2019 season a cross-section of the exhilarating theater, music, dance, literature, art, and genre-defying performance coming from Ireland and Irish America, alongside educational events engaging participants with an array of rich traditions. With performances as wide-ranging as Margaret McAuliffe's acclaimed one-woman play The Humours of Bandon, Declan O'Rourke's epic song cycle Chronicles of the Great Irish Famine, and Paul Muldoon's performance adaptation of a 1773 Irish poem, IAC provides an intimate home for artists' boldest visions. As construction on IAC's landmark permanent new home in Hell's Kitchen takes place just beyond the organization's original location, IAC's vast ambition and accomplishment will be on full display, outside and in, throughout Spring 2019.