"Peer reviewed rapper" Baba Brinkman explores one of the most heated questions of our age: what’s the point of religion?
A group of showgirls perform a floorshow routine at a swank 1951 nightclub. As their bonds are tested, each girl reveals her true colors.
Brinkman combines the skills and charisma of a rapper with the precision of a scientist.
After a bad decision and a tragic twist of fate, a white man from an affluent, New Jersey town ends up in Rikers Island.
Enter the Friday Forty for $40 tickets ($20 per Part) to Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway.
“This Alice dazzles the eye and the ear” – The New York Times
Canadian tree planter turned rap artist Baba Brinkman breaks down the science and politics of global warming.
New York’s WaxFactory premieres a multi-media performance that explores historic female archetypes inspired by Frank Wedekind’s Lulu.
Life has become too complicated for technophobe and antique book seller, Pamela Stark.
★★★★★ "Milly Thomas might just be the next Phoebe Waller-Bridge" British Theatre Guide
US Premiere: A look back on the childhood of 5 best friends and the moment their lives changed forever.
To push away the darkness and banality of everyday life, five friends attempt to curate the perfect online identity.
Catch a sneak preview of the latest addition to Baba Brinkman's critically-acclaimed "Rap Guide" series before it transfers to Edinburgh.
Had enough of Trump? Let’s talk about it.
A 12 character dark comedy reimagines the Playboy Mansion not as it is in reality, but as it is in dreams and nightmares.
“Peer reviewed rapper” Baba Brinkman takes a deep dive into the neuroscience of human experience, from sensations to hallucinations.
An ethereal new play written by Tony Award winner Jack Thorne, directed and choreographed by Obie Award winner Lee Sunday Evans.
A comedy about Star Wars and Capitalism for anyone who’s ever wanted to Strike Back at the Empire.