We’re working on digital content to bring the theater to you!
More than ever, our motto of LET’S TALK remains. We’ve got some exciting new digital programming in the works, so watch this space for continued updates and ways to engage with us!
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See what’s coming up:
- PANEL DISCUSSION: THE ART OF RESILIENCE- Join leaders from five theater institutions in this third and final part (watch Part 1 ) of our discussion on MONDAY, JULY 27 at 6PM ET to discuss how they are charting their course through the COVID-19 crisis. We will gather together to share lessons learned, celebrate successes, and weigh in on the changing landscape that is the theater industry. Featuring representatives from the THE BILLIE HOLIDAY THEATRE, MCC THEATER, THE NATIONAL BLACK THEATRE, THE 52ND STREET PROJECT and WP THEATER. There will be a short Q&A at the end of the discussion.
- 7/30 at 7PM ET: HEALTHY MIND, HEALING ART-MCC, in collaboration with THE MENTAL HEALTH COALITION, brings you an evening that explores the restorative benefits of art making. The event will blend performance with conversation. Artists will share their work, speak on their process and engage in dialogue with our panel about how their artistic practice is a part of exercising good mental health!THE MENTAL HEALTH COALITION, founded by social activist and iconic fashion designer KENNETH COLE, aims to create a coordinated effort to destigmatize mental health conditions and change the narrative in a way that will empower rather than diminish those individuals living with Mental Health conditions.
THE ROBERT W. WILSON MCC THEATER SPACE
Our new home in Hell’s Kitchen allows us to deepen our mission and encourage greater collaboration among all of our ARTISTS, STUDENTS, and AUDIENCES.