the theater is a blank page

April 2015

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.

This is How I Don't Know How to Dance

SITI Company presents:

This is How I Don’t Know How to Dance

A new play by the SITI Conservatory Artists
Directed by Leon Ingulsrud and SITI Company

Twenty characters in search of their lives. An exploration of memory, mortality and finding a home at the end of the world.


September 2014

Persians by Aeschylus is the earliest known extant play in the European cannon. A deeply mysterious play written in a time when theater as we know it was still being born, about a hubris riddled civilization that was being destroyed by the culture which created the play.

Cafe Variations (Small Version)

September 2012

The six actor version of Cafe Variations is a series of vivid and visceral explorations of life, love and identity in this unabashedly romantic celebration of café culture.

A Rite

January 2013

An exploration into Igor Stravinsky’s monumental composition “The Rite of Spring,” dealing with questions such as:

Production History

SITI was founded in 1992 by Anne Bogart and Tadashi Suzuki to redefine and revitalize contemporary theater in the United States through an emphasis on international cultural exchange and collaboration. Originally envisioned as a summer institute in Saratoga Springs, New York, SITI has expanded to encompass a year-round program based in New York City with a summer season in Saratoga.

Presenter Resources

To book a SITI production at your theater or performing arts center, please contact our tour representative:

Rena Shagan Associates, Inc
16A W. 88th Street
New York, New York 10024
212-873-9700 phone
212-873-1708 fax

Who Do You Think You Are

March 2008

How does the vast labyrinth, the systems and the layers of chemical, muscular and neuronal activity, inform our tiniest interaction?

War of the Worlds – the Radio Play

October 1999

A staged dramatization of the original Orson Welles & Mercury Theater on the Air broadcast.

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