April 26, 2022

Inside/Out at Lincoln Center’s Summer for the City

The cast of Inside/Out (Photo credit: Adam Nadel)

Join us at Lincoln Center this summer in their first annual Summer for the City program, where we will be presenting a revival of Inside/Out… Voices from the Disability Community!

Inside/Out is part of the Undesirable Elements series, co-directed by Ping Chong and Sara Zatz, and created in collaboration with the performers, Josh Hecht, Monique Holt, Christopher Imbrosciano, Vivian Cary Jenkins, Matthew S. Joffe, Zazel-Chavah O’Garra, and Blair Wing. It explores the first-hand experiences of seven individuals with disabilities, interweaving the disability rights movement in the United State with the cast’s personal stories and experiences. Inside/Out was originally commissioned in 2008 by the international organization on arts and disability. It premiered at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and later toured to Maryland, Pennsylvania, Vermont, and New York.

Inside/Out will be performed on Friday, August 12 at 6:30pm at the Hearst Plaza at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, and is free to the public. On August 11, there will also be a pre-show artist talk, sharing an inside glimpse of PCC's approach to documentary theater and the process of Inside/Out’s creation blending history and personal narratives.

Summer for the City is Lincoln Center’s invitation to New York to come together and celebrate the city’s diverse arts scene and cultural traditions to connect, heal, and rejuvenate. Discover more vibrant events and offerings here!