Nosferatu: A Vampire Tale for Our Tales
Ping Chong revives his 1985 interdisciplinary performance piece combining elements of F.W. Murnau’s 1922 classic vampire film, original text, choreography, sound, and mask work. Set in a modern upscale apartment, Nosferatu portrays the lives of a shallow, affluent couple and their friends who are unaware of the changing world around them.
Beyond Sacred: Voices of Muslim Identity
CityLore, 56 East 1st St, New York
November 15, 7pm
$15 tickets here
Join us at CityLore for our interview-based theater production exploring the diverse experiences of young Muslim New Yorkers coming of age in a post 9/11 NYC. More info here.
“A beautiful, funny, and intensely poignant cry for tolerance..” -Santa Barbara Independent
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Ping Chong receives Art of Change Ford Fellowship
Ping Chong was one of 25 artists to receive the Ford Foundation's Art of Change fellowship. This fellowship is awarded to artists and organizations that that have demonstrated a commitment to social change, reflect the diversity within our society, and promote tolerance of various experiences and backgrounds. Learn more about the Art of Change fellowship and the other artists honored here.
Ping Chong awarded the National Medal of Arts
Ping Chong was honored with the National Medal of Arts, the highest award given to artists by the United States government. Watch the complete award ceremony, including President Obama's remarks here.