Subterranea: An Urban Fairytale

Subterranea: An Urban Fairy Tale

“Subterranea is a sensory overload experience that’s 100% organic… The magic in the air and the inventiveness on the ground never stops.”
— Lauren Wissot, Slant Magazine

April 28 through May 8, 2011

2011 Show Dates:

Thursday, April 28: 8pm
Friday, April 29: 8pm
Saturday, April 30: 2pm & 8pm
Sunday, May 1: 6pm

Wednesday, May 4: 8pm
Thursday, May 5: 8pm
Friday, May 6: 8pm
Saturday, May 7: 2pm & 8pm
Sunday, May 8: 6pm

Post-performance celebrations on Thursday, April 28 and Sunday, May 8

“Subterranea is smartly all show and little tell… a Blade Runner-style set… a Joseph Campbell-type odyssey.”
— Lauren Wissot, Slant Magazine


About Subterranea

The Urban Every Man living a life unexamined and unaware of the vibrant, twisted, thrilling world beneath his own feet, until one day those feet take him down Manhattan’s rabbit hole…

Subterranea is a narrative that is told mid-air, simultaneously intimate and epic – a kind of Fuerza Bruta meets Avatar. And, you won’t see any wires, because there are no wires.

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About the Connelly Theater

Connelly Theater during renovation

Connelly Theater during renovation

The Cornelia Connelly Center is located at 220 East 4th Street (mid-block on the south side of 4th Street) between Avenues A and B.

By Subway:

F train: 2nd Avenue stop, get out at First Avenue and First Street/Houston (5- to 10-minute walk to the Center)

Lexington Avenue 6 train: Either Astor Place or Bleecker Street stops (10- to 15-minute walk to the Center)