The Tank has announced their Spring season. The season is united by the theme of Homecoming, celebrating the return to in-person performance at the Tank’s 36th Street home.
“The Tank has not stopped through the tumult of the last two years - we have continued to create space for artists to make new, bold works that challenge form and convention. But this season is special,” says artistic director Meghan Finn. “We are thrilled to be returning to our spaces on 36th Street for HOMECOMING: supporting brand-new, fully produced programming made for the current moment, featuring music, dance, theater, virtual, and international works.”
“This slate highlights local, national, and international artists, all of whom have been at the forefront of innovation and perseverance over the last two years,” adds the director of artistic development, Johnny G. Lloyd. “We're so honored to be putting these artists in conversation in our fully reopened spaces.”
The season begins with an in-person remount of the musical Glass Town, written by Miriam Pultro and directed by Daniella Caggiano, March 10-26. Following will be Filiki Eteria: The Brotherhood Behind the Revolution by Ioli Andreadi & Aris Asproulis April 21-23, and two world-premiere dance pieces, Homecoming: Dance, by Marc Nunez & Candace Brown, co-presented with Gotham Dance Theater and Soul Project Dance Company, April 30-May 7, and In Scena! Italian Theater Festival NY presented with Kairos Italy Theater, May 4-15. The Spring season will conclude with War Stories by Marthe Rachel Gold and directed by Christina Roussos, May 20-June 12 (which had been originally scheduled for May 2020).
The season will also include a CyberTank Production of Feast by Christina Tang, Ana Jastrzembski, & Carsen Joenk, based on the play Dog by Ana Jastrzembski, which launches online March 21.
For tickets and more information on each production, visit thetanknyc.org.