Guest Productions at the Flea

These upcoming productions have rented one of our venues. The links below will take you to their external sites.

Please connect with them directly for all questions regarding ticketing, seating, show content, and timing.

Masks are currently required in all shared spaces at the Flea, including the lobby and restrooms. Please refer to your show’s website for any additional requirements.

Interested in putting on your own production at the Flea? Visit Rent the Flea for information about our venues.

Flavors of Magic

 

 

 

 

 

Flavors of Magic is appearing monthly at The Flea!   Join us for an intimate magic show featuring all kinds of magicians doing all kinds of magic.

We are magicians who perform wonders from the heart, bringing different perspectives and our personal styles and stories to one of the oldest performing arts. We feature artists who are Black, indigenous, and people of color, LGBTQ+ magicians, lots of female magicians, performers with disabilities, and neurodiverse magicians. We believe that our backgrounds and histories are reflected in the art we create.

Join us and try all the Flavors of Magic!

DEC 1 AT 7:30PM

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For more information and for tickets, see www.flavorsofmagic.com to sign up for our mailing list and follow us on Instagram @flavorsofmagic

 

Rhythm & Gesture – Holiday Celebrations from Thresh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thresh celebrates 2022 with a dynamic collage of new works and old, kicking off the holiday season. From the classical world to contemporary works, Thresh’s artist collaborators challenge the status quo, bringing a refreshing look at identity and tradition.

NOV 18 & 19 AT 7PM, NOV 20 AT 3PM

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 viBeCollab presents: Shadows

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Four women come face to face with their shadow selves
They learn patience, self love, and recipes for rest
In 1 woman’s bedroom, her full size bed is now too small, not for an us but for all of her

A woman with my shape but seeming to know more than I ever will.
Having all the answers to my questions but never telling me directly how to heal.

Happy Birthday to me
Another year , another problem
I’m not depressed , I’m just not feeling myself.

One is hungry so she hunts
She is lured by her desires
Capable of more than she knows
And there’s a lot she doesn’t know

Four women come face to face with their shadow selves,
Unaware that all this while all they needed was within self. They’ve been searching elsewhere for answers only to make their way back home, navigating their path through the emotions they felt.

viBe Theater Experience’s first artistic residency, viBeCollaB, will be performing their FIRST production at The Flea.

NOV 18 & 19 AT 7PM

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Nut/Cracked

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Bang Groups beloved, witty response to The Nutcracker has delighted audiences for 2 decades! Join us in celebration of the 20th season of Nut/Cracked.

Nut/Cracked takes its inspiration from all corners of the dance canon, from tap riffs to en pointe ballet, by way of bubble wrap, disco, and Chinese take-out noodles. In Nut/Cracked, choreographer David Parker, finds beauty in the ridiculous, waltzing us through many incarnations of Tchaikovsky’s score, including versions by Duke Ellington and Glenn Miller, as well as the traditional orchestral suite. You’ll never watch The Nutcracker in quite the same way again!

“Not only immensely entertaining but also intensely musical and witty, melding tap, disco, ballet and contemporary dance over 22 scenes that combine fantasy and silliness to marvelous effect.” Roslyn Sulcas, New York Times

“If you’re suffering from Nutcracker overload, The Bang Group’s sweet but subversive riff is a tonic.  Bubble wrap, Duke Ellington, and takeout Chinese noodles get stir-fried with sections of plain old lovely dancing, and it works.” Leigh Witchel, New York Post

Nut/Cracked is 65 minutes in length and is performed without and intermission

DEC 15-17 AT 7PM, DEC 17 AT 3PM

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