“Further On, Nothing” Conceived and Directed by Zishan Ugurlu is performed, featuring Lang Alumni and current students

  • Posted on: June 17, 2015
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Zishan Ugrulu, Associate Professor, Theater, presented a performance, Further On, Nothing, at La MaMa’s Coffeehouse Chronicles’ #126: Tadeusz Kantor on May 9. The event was in honor of the centennial celebration of Tadeusz Kantor’s bith.

Both conceived and directed by her, the performance featured Lang Alums Daniel Benhamu (’14, Theater), Matt D’Amato (’14, Theater), Karl Leone (’13, Theater), Derek Spaldo (’11, Theater) and current Lang students  Yeelen Cohen (Senior) and Matthew Prideaux (Senior).

Coffeehouse Chronicles is a free educational performance series exploring the history and development of Off-Off Broadway from its inception within the Village “Coffeehouse Theatres” of the 1960s through today. Part artist portrait, part creative event, part history lesson, part community forum, it is our mission to provide a home, as did our founder Ellen Stewart, for personal and intimate engagement with art. Since 2005 La MaMa has presented more than 123 Coffeehouse Chronicles featuring personal oral accounts from artists of the day as well as conversations with present day artists who continue to work in the same bold, daring manner. Coffeehouse Chronicles are held on one Saturday each month (September through June).

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