ⓘ Mabou Mines

                                     

ⓘ Mabou Mines

The company began as a resident company at Ellen Stewarts La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club in the East Village.

In 1986 the company received the award Obi for sustained excellence for his theater contributions to the Broadway community.

As the company said in the press kit 1990, "an artistic task Mabou mines has been and remains the creation of new plays with original texts and the theatrical use of existing texts staged from a specific point of view. Each member is encouraged to continue his or her artistic vision by initiating and cooperation on a wide range of projects in a variety of styles, developing them from initial concept before final performance. This process is intense and often lengthy. While the Director Mabu min operation is responsible for the concept and its basic structure, the final product reflects the interests and creative work of all his employees".

In 2005, Mabou mines was among 406 arts of new York and social service organizations to receive part of the grant in the amount of $ 20 million from the Carnegie Corporation, which was made possible through a donation by new York mayor Michael Bloomberg.

                                     
  • maker, poet and lyricist. Breuer is a founding co - artistic director of Mabou Mines Theater Company in New York City, which he began in 1970 with colleagues
  • and Richmond Railway opened in 1901 to connect the mines in Mabou and Inverness to wharves in Mabou and Port Hastings. Mining activity ceased following
  • Girls and Difficult People, as well as performing in theatre with the Mabou Mines Cavadias was born in Santa Cruz, California in 1970. He got into television
  • UCLA at 16. From there she went to San Francisco to work, where she met Mabou Mines co - founder Lee Breuer. The two became a couple and, in 1964, they went
  • sustained achievement and was founder in 1970 of the critically acclaimed Mabou Mines in New York City. Akalaitis was a pre - med student at the University of
  • Performing Artservices were John Cage, David Tudor, Richard Foreman, Mabou Mines The Sonic Arts Union Robert Ashley, David Behrman, Alvin Lucier, and
  • holography in live theater. Produced by the experimental theater group Mabou Mines the work was directed by Ruth Maleczech with holographic design by Linda
  • Brooklyn Academy of Music, Danspace Project, Joyce SoHo, The Flea Theater, Mabou Mines Toronada Theater at PS 122 and Movement Research at The Judson Church
  • New York City public schools MacArthur Fellow Lee Breuer s company Mabou Mines whose production Peter Wendy was featured at the 1996 Spoleto Festival
  • Off - Off - Broadway theater with artists including Charles Ludlam, Ethyl Eichelberger, Mabou Mines John Jesurun, Jim Neu, Lola Pashalinski, and Taylor Mac. Carlson was