Photo credit: Richard Trigg, The Medium (1993)

SITI Celebrates 25 Years

Symposium on the Suzuki Method of Actor Training

SITI kicked off our 25th Anniversary with Transformation through Training: Symposium on the Suzuki Method of Actor Training from May 31 - June 3. Video recordings of some Symposium events are now available here and the press release can be found here.

SCOT’s The Trojan Women

The Suzuki Company of Toga also performed The Trojan Women at Skidmore College on June 2 & 3, 2017.  This performance was made possible by the Skidmore College Office of Special Programs through a generous grant from Stewart’s Shops and the Dake Family. 

World Premiere of Hanjo

New York’s beloved SITI Company unveils Yukio Mishima’s Hanjo as a bilingual triptych in which the actors rotate through each character role, in this timeless tale of love, loneliness and betrayal. The production weaves Noh theater’s elegance, expressiveness and economy, together with the techniques of contemporary theatre, to shed light on the nature of identity, gender, language, and ultimately the art of acting.

October 6  The Performing Arts Center at Purchase College, State Univeristy of New York.
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December 7-9 at The Japan Society in New York City.
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2017 Autumn Benefit honor Joseph V. Melillo

Join us on Sunday, October 29 for our annual celebration of SITI Company. This year, we are thrilled to honor 

Joseph V. Melillo - an incredible collaborator, artist, friend, and one of SITI’s most beloved champions.

We want you to be part of this exciting event, as we fill the room with members of the artistic community that unites SITI and BAM. Beginning with dinner on the stage of BAM’s Fishman Space and a one-night-only performance by the SITI Company, the evening will continue with an after-party with dancing, drinks and desserts.

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2018

the theater is a blank page comes to Los Angeles


the theater is a blank page is a collaboration between SITI Company and the visual artist Ann Hamilton, winner of the National Medal of Arts. This immersive and interdisciplinary performance installation uses the entirety of the theater, leading the audience from the balconies to the production shops to the wings and onto the stage itself.  Throughout the performance, a “Reader” delivers text from Virginia Woolf’s modernist masterpiece To the Lighthouse

April 28 - May 12 Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA
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Please keep checking this page for updates on SITI’s 25th Anniversary Year.