17/18 Season

Romulus the Great

Written by Friedrich Dürrenmatt
English Translation by Gerhard Nellhaus
Directed by Chongren Fan

JUNE 7–23

TBG Theatre, 312 West 36th Street, 3rd Fl.

Set in a fictional Roman Empire, emperor Romulus the Great  chose not to be “great.” Facing the increasing peril of the Germanic invasion and the demise of the Empire, Romulus prefers to stay at home breeding chickens. Is his refusal of responsibility to govern stupidity? Or does he have other plans?

The Tangible Hallucination of Rourou in the Day-Time

May 26 at 8:30pm, May 27 at 3:30pm

Arts On Site NYC, Studio 3F  (12 St Marks Pl.)

A minimalist dance that utilizes Jenga blocks as an interactive object. Through the dance the artist seeks to convey her experience as a foreign artist who relocated to New York City. She wants to address how she was confronted with setbacks while pursuing her artistic dreams, and how she was bombarded with feelings of loss, failure, loneliness and alienation.