WELCOME TO 2021/22 AT ARS NOVA!

Let’s dive in!

Ars Nova Supra

OUR NEW DIGITAL VENUE IS HERE TO STAY.

During the 2021/22 season, all one-night-only performances at the Ars Nova Hub will be broadcast on Ars Nova Supra. Watch this space for a mix of livestreams and origi-for-digi content.

Nova Ball

OUR ANNUAL BLOWOUT BENEFIT  
February 7, 2022
Capitale, 130 Bowery

It’s been a long hiatus, but we’re ready to party! This annual fundraiser makes fair pay for artists and accessible tickets possible all year long.

Heather Christian's Oratorio For Living Things

A WORLD PREMIERE OFF-BROADWAY PRODUCTION
March – April 2022

Ars Nova at Greenwich House,
27 Barrow Street
By HEATHER CHRISTIAN
Directed by LEE SUNDAY EVANS

In this sweeping world premiere, composer Heather Christian imbues the classical oratorio with blues, gospel, jazz and soul. The result is an in-the-round fusion of music and theater, staged by Obie Award-winning director Lee Sunday Evans and featuring eighteen virtuosic singers and instrumentalists. Both otherworldly and achingly intimate, Oratorio for Living Things heralds Christian as an undeniable artistic force — and inspires us to reflect on the mystery of human experience, set against the vast scope of cosmic time.

ANT Fest 2022

OUR 14TH ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF ALL NEW TALENT
June 2022
The Ars Nova Hub,
511 West 54th Street

Featuring bold, hybrid performances from New York’s next wave of adventurous emerging artists, ANT Fest is our annual non-stop festival  jam-packed with the wildest blend of theater, comedy, music, burlesque, magic, drag and everything in between.

(pray)

AS PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED, STAY TUNED FOR:
A WORLD PREMIERE OFF-BROADWAY PRODUCTION
2022/23 Season
Ars Nova at Greenwich House,
27 Barrow Street
By nicHi douglas
Music Composed by STARR BUSBY & JJJJJEROME ELLIS 

(pray), a sacred offering created by nicHi douglas, with music composed by Starr Busby & JJJJJerome Ellis: This Ars Nova commission is a meditation on the necessity and complexity of religion & spirituality for Black American womxn throughout history. Following the form of a Sunday Baptist church service, and embodied by a company of twelve intergenerational Black womxn and femme performers, (pray) seeks to offer joy-filled healing through a dynamic fusion of song, text and dance.