2010-2020 (looking forward!)
Czechoslovak American Marionette Theatre: Dvorak in America, by Vit Horejs with music by James Brandon Lewis, Puppets by Jakub “Kuba” Krejci, Set by Tom Lee. Bohemian National Hall and La MaMa (2015-2016).
Czechoslovak American Marionette Theatre: Don Juan, or the Wages of Debauchery, Jan Hus Playhouse, NYC. Spring 2014 . The Republic, or My Dinner with Socrates, a new work, La MaMa, NYC (Winter 2013) GOLEM, Presented in La MaMa’s 50th Anniversary Season, Ellen Stewart Theatre. 2011. (reprise of 1997 production)
Vít Hořejš receives 2013 New York Foundation for Artists fellowship which includes the Robert Sterling Clark Arts Space Award.
Remote Theater Project, a fiscally sponsored project, brings theater artists who are isolated, either geographically or politically to New York City for extended residencies. For the inaugural project, the focus is Palestine; designed as a cultural exchange aimed at broadening the experience of a select group of Palestinian actors and expanding the reach of their voices. Produced with Alexandra Aron and co producer, La MaMa Theatre.
Kristjan Jarvi’s Absolute Ensemble: Forgotten Peoples, new project 2015-16. Absolute Korea tour (October 2014), Absolute Bach, Leipzig Bach Festival and Absolute Tango, Seoul, Korea (June 2013)
East Village Dance Project: The Shell-Shocked Nut, An East Village adaptation loosely based on the Nutcracker, with 25 youth from EVDP and 25 professional performers. Guest choreographers: Naomi Goldberg-Haas, Dante Brown, Hilary McDouglas, (January 2014-2015 and beyond).
14th Annual La MaMa International Symposium for Directors, Teaching Artists: Estelle Parsons, Vít Hořejš (with Bonnie Sue Stein), Ping Chong, Umbria, Italy (Summer 2013)
Art in Odd Places (AiOP) New York City Festivals: AiOP 2015: RECALL, AiOP 2014: FREE -2013: NUMBER, AiOP Festival directed by Ed Woodham along 14th Street, NYC. Guest curator: Radhika Subramaniam. 2012: MODEL, AiOP Festival, directed by Ed Woodham along 14th Street, NYC. Guest curators: Edwin Ramoran, Raquel de Anda, Christine Licata, Shaun J. Wright. 2011: RITUAL, Art in Odd Places Festival, guest curators: Kalia Brooks & Trinidad Fombella. 2010: CHANCE, Art in Odd Places Festival, guest curators: . 2009: SIGN, Art in Odd Places Festival
Yoshiko Chuma & School of Hard Knocks, La MaMa Moves (June 2015) Love Story, Palestine, La MaMa Moves! Festival. Performance/ fiction based on world travels including members of Palestinian Dance Troupe El-Funoun from Ramallah. (May 2012) PI=3.14… Workshops and performances in Bogota, Columbia, Maracaibo, Venezuela, NYC (2012-present)
SCOPIOLA, an interactive performance and collaboration between artist Carrie Beehan and Creative Director/Designer Clinton Curtis-Querci. Performed at The New Museum’s Ideas City StreetFest 2013 with ArtBloc by Angus Vail. Scopiola was presented again in Bisbee, AZ in Spring 2014. Performers: Carrie Beehan, Kika von Kluck and Sean Butler.
The Rusty Whetted Whistle, created by Carrie Beehan/Trystette and Vit Horejs (December 2011). Filmed by Clinton Curtis Querci, produced by GOH and screened at AVFF, Cannes Festival (May 2013)
OTHER WORLDS: ASA Animation & Photography at spring gallery in DUMBO, produced with Asian Society of Artists. Photography by Yojiro Imasaka, Kan Kanbayashi, KOSUNA, and Masoto Onoda. Animation by Yonghwa Choi, Erica Hu, Nahomi Maki, and Elena Wen (November 2012)
Overcoming The Disaster, Gratitude from Japan to the World Great – East Japan Earthquake Commemoration Free Concert in March at Rose Theater, Frederick P. Rose Hall, home of Jazz at Lincoln Center on Broadway at 60th Street. United Nations General Assembly Hall. GOH produces this event with the Japan Foundation. (March 2012)
GOH Productions opens AVENUE C STUDIO in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, as the permanent home for East Village Dance Project. (January 2011)