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Harmattan Theater environmental performance collective based in NYCharmattantheatercompany@gmail.com

Sea Dike

Sea Dike

May 10th, 2014 | Amsterdam Island Cities are performative environments. Living in one as the sea rises is an unsettling dialogue with the sea. Amsterdam’s historic management of the Amstel river and the North Sea is an imaginative instance of how island cities and a water bound urbanism can evolve. In Sea Dike, Harmattan collaborated with […]

Far Rockaway

Far Rockaway

September 14, 2013 at 2pm, Rockaway Park, Beach 116. Hurricane Sandy destroyed much of New York’s coastline. Many communities continue to reel from the after shock of the unprecedented storm surge. Harmattan’s performance Far Rockaway is a communal reclamation of a neighborhood vulnerable to the sea. Images Courtesy of Joshua Kristal. All rights reserved.

Mar Português

Mar Português

Lisbon | Terreiro do Paço | Sunday May 6th, 2012 at Sunrise Directed by May Joseph Performed by Sofia Varino & Diana Bastos Niepce Mar Português is a performance of Vasco Da Gama’s feverish dreams, as he lay dying in Cochin, India, longing for Lisbon. Created as a hallucination on the Tagus River, this is […]

Cabo de Tormentoso, Cape of Good Hope

Cabo de Tormentoso, Cape of Good Hope

In December 2011, Harmattan Theater collaborated with the Cape Malay community of Cape Town to create an environmental performance at the historic site of colonial arrival: Dias Beach at the Cape of Good Hope. The Cape Town Malays were brought to South Africa as part of the Dutch maritime slave economy to work as laborers […]

Chronocorpus

Chronocorpus

Digital Performance Chronocorpus emerged out of the personal histories of Sofia Varino, a Lisbon based performance artist, and May Joseph, whose cultural moorings include, Doha, Dar-es-salaam, Cochin, and the former Batavia, now modern Djakarta. Their intertwining shared histories of Portuguese and Dutch maritime pasts and their attendant colonial encounters in Asia, Africa and the Americas, […]

Sea Dike
Sea Dike

May 10th, 2014 | Amsterdam Island Cities are performative environments. Living in one as the sea rises is an unsettling dialogue with the sea. Amsterdam’s historic management of the Amstel river and the North Sea is an imaginative instance of how island cities and a water bound urbanism can evolve. In Sea Dike, Harmattan collaborated with […]

Far Rockaway
Far Rockaway

September 14, 2013 at 2pm, Rockaway Park, Beach 116. Hurricane Sandy destroyed much of New York’s coastline. Many communities continue to reel from the after shock of the unprecedented storm surge. Harmattan’s performance Far Rockaway is a communal reclamation of a neighborhood vulnerable to the sea. Images Courtesy of Joshua Kristal. All rights reserved.

Mar Português
Mar Português

Lisbon | Terreiro do Paço | Sunday May 6th, 2012 at Sunrise Directed by May Joseph Performed by Sofia Varino & Diana Bastos Niepce Mar Português is a performance of Vasco Da Gama’s feverish dreams, as he lay dying in Cochin, India, longing for Lisbon. Created as a hallucination on the Tagus River, this is […]

Cabo de Tormentoso, Cape of Good Hope
Cabo de Tormentoso, Cape of Good Hope

In December 2011, Harmattan Theater collaborated with the Cape Malay community of Cape Town to create an environmental performance at the historic site of colonial arrival: Dias Beach at the Cape of Good Hope. The Cape Town Malays were brought to South Africa as part of the Dutch maritime slave economy to work as laborers […]

Chronocorpus
Chronocorpus

Digital Performance Chronocorpus emerged out of the personal histories of Sofia Varino, a Lisbon based performance artist, and May Joseph, whose cultural moorings include, Doha, Dar-es-salaam, Cochin, and the former Batavia, now modern Djakarta. Their intertwining shared histories of Portuguese and Dutch maritime pasts and their attendant colonial encounters in Asia, Africa and the Americas, […]

Cabo de Tormentoso
Cabo de Tormentoso

Dias Beach, Cape of Good Hope, South AfricaDecember 12, 2011, 7-8 am. Directed by May Joseph. In 1488, Bartolomeu Dias rounded the Cape of Good Hope, leading the way for Vasco Da Gama ten years later to find a sea route to Asia.  Dias initially called the Southern tip of Africa where the Atlantic and […]

When the Sea Rises
When the Sea Rises

Vasco Da Gama Square, Fort Cochin, Cochin, India | October 30, 2011 at Sunrise.  Directed by May Joseph. Choreographers: May Joseph and Muthu Mozhi. Theyyem Performers: Muthu Mozhi, Similesh, Aneesh. Kalaripayyati Performers: Midhilesh, Manish. In 2004, the Tsunami swept into Cochin as a surge, an ominous portend for the city’s archipelago like structure.  Cochin’s many barrier […]

RIKUZENTAKATA
RIKUZENTAKATA

JUNE 11-12, 2-4 pm, Picnic Point, Governors Island, NYC RIKUZENTAKATA is a movement piece inspired by the lone tree that remained amidst the devastation of Rikuzentakata by the 2011 Tsunami. An exploration of fury and serenity, RIKUZENTAKATA revolves around the idea of Oceans and Island Cities connecting Governors Island to Rikuzentakata. This piece expresses the vulnerability and resilience […]

Grid Scenes
Grid Scenes

A Performance Marking the 200th Anniversary of the 1811 Manhattan Grid April 3, 2011, 14th Street, Between 5-7 Ave, NYC, 7–8pm The University-wide Urban Curriculum at The New School is pleased to announce the second annual Urban Festival commemorating the bicentennial anniversary of the 1811 Commissioners’ Grid of Manhattan. A partnership between Art in Odd […]

Confluence
Confluence

Governor’s Island, NYC, June 11, 12, 13, 2010 Confluence is a performance of duration exploring the waterline of Governors Island, and the textures of the Hudson River.The Hudson River and its environments are under threat of hazardous contamination.  Rights to clean water are eroding once again.  Drawing on the poetry of Walt Whitman, Dante Alighieri […]