GOH partners and collaborates with prestigious and innovative arts organizations from around the world. Here is a selection of our partners:
La MaMa is an off-off Broadway theatre founded in 1961 by Ellen Stewart, and named in reference to her. GOH works frequently with La MaMa to produce and present productions, and Czechoslovak-American Marionette Theatre is a resident artist company.
Remote Theater Project, a fiscally sponsored project, brings theater artists who are isolated, either geographically or politically to New York City to create original work. 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.
CEC ArtsLink is an international arts organization. Its programs encourage and support exchange of artists and cultural managers between the United States and Eastern and Central Europe, Russia, Central Asia and the Caucasus.
FlipFest! 2008, FlipFest! was co-produced by CEC ArtsLink and Bonnie Sue Stein/GOH Productions at The Angel Orensanz Foundation on the Lower East Side, NYC
The Ilkhom Theatre, in Uzbekistan, founded by the late director, Mark Weil, has presented its productions in more than 30 international festivals in 21 countries all around the world. It was one of the first professional theatres not depending on any state institutions for cultural affairs in the history of the former USSR.
Agentura Dell’Arte was founded in Prague, Czech Republic in October 2005 to support collaborative theater projects, domestically and worldwide. Tereza Hofbauerova and the late director, Pavel Dobrusky worked on projects with GOH in the USA and abroad.
Archa Theatre, Prague, is a centre for contemporary stage art, without regard to barriers of genre. Archa has several theaters and hosts residencies of domestic and international artists.
Lokomotiva Centre for New initiatives in Arts and Culture is an NGO created in Skopje by young Macedonian artists and arts managers to explore innovative approaches and to enable the democratic, cultural and artistic environment in the country of its birth.