it’s a really exciting time for the TEAM in terms of internal development as we begin to experiment + grow administratively via the guidance of Creative Capital. as recipients of this adventurous investment, we are endeavoring as a Petri Dish, the four of us who rep the company convening every two weeks to architect infrastructure [...]
“The TEAM have slowly but surely become the artistic conscience of a younger generation.”
A pioneering journey west & east across the USA in search of the character of American capitalism. Told through atomic blasts, lizard ballet, & music that fuses Vegas glitz with Western ballads & Southern blues. Created in the blazing heat of a Las Vegas June.
“Visionary in concept and execution, this show reminds you of Tony (Angels in America) Kushner and sometimes of Robert (The Dragons’ Trilogy) Lepage.”
-The Independent, London
“Simultaneously intelligent, rueful, celebratory, delightful and devastatingly sad, the show actually lives up to its ambitions. If after Heartland we can’t put the ‘us’ back in ‘U.S.,’ we’ll no longer have Kansas to blame.”
– Time Out New York, 5 Stars, Top Ten 2007
A time-bending quartet inspired by Hamlet and other visions of the end of the world.
Give Up! Start Over! is a relentless solo performance about reality television, Richard Nixon, and the search for authenticity in America. Winner of the 2005 Edinburgh Fringe First Award, the work has been seen in London, Glasgow, and New York City.
What jazz would look like if put into human form. A wild physical work that takes Allen Ginsberg’s revolutionary poem and matches it with four restless young men.
We are so thrilled to be among this year’s class of Creative Capital grants! It is one of the coolest grants around, providing not just financial support for artists, but, well, creative support as well. There was a terrific article in the Wall Street Journal today about the 2013 grantees entitled Where Good Ideas Go [...]
I’ve been lucky enough to spend pretty much the entire month of December with the TEAM. I couldn’t think of a better way to close out 2012. For me, the past few weeks have been a matter of juggling my involvement in two of the TEAM’s long term projects, Primer For a Failed Superpower and [...]