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Random Access Theatre and Not Without Rage present: Patronage

on Tue, 12/08/2015 - 18:41

Only 20 seats per performance! Extremely limited run! 12 shows only!!!

December 4th-20th, 2015, all shows at 7:30pm


Random Access Theatre and Not Without Rage present: Patronage

A new play by Kati Frazier
Directed by Corinne Woods

There is a suitor; He loves a countess. 
There is a writer; She loves someone lost.
There is a countess; She loves words
She loves them passionately, desperately, and literally.

This three-person fairytale explores our relationship with the written word, sexuality, and how we learn to love one another properly.



Tuesday, November 24 MARUSYA PANCHENKO: Solo Exhibition

on Mon, 11/23/2015 - 00:00

Join us Tuesday, Nov 24 for MARUSYA PANCHENKO: Solo Exhibition

Saturday, Nov. 21st ELLIS The Pride of an Immigrant

on Tue, 11/17/2015 - 17:50

​Rabbithole is proud to present the screening of ELLIS 

We invite you to celebrate together the journey and roots to America. This will be an interactive experience where we will connect through our stories which will bring to life our past, present and future as immigrants. 

The film will play every hour, first viewing at 6PM


ELLIS awakens our collective memory, taking you back to the early years of Ellis Island through the experience of one immigrant.

Set in the abandoned Ellis Island Hospital complex and using JR’s UNFRAMED

Tuesday. Nov. 17th- CONDUITS

on Mon, 11/16/2015 - 14:41



6-10 PM

Free entry
Sponsored by CHASM & Archer Roose Wines 

From process-driven to narrative-based, Ernesto Caivano and Sara Morawetz unite for a one night only show conjuring abstractions of space-time, cosmology and mythology. 

Caivano has held solo shows at White Cube in London and Pioneer Works, among others. His site-specific mural In the Woods (2004) is permanently installed in one of the stairwells at MoMA PS1. His work is held in many public and private collections, including the permanent collections of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and MoMA, New York.

Morawetz is

Thursday. Nov. 12th- Shame to Pride by Stephanie Calvert

on Wed, 11/04/2015 - 17:51

To create this series, Stephanie returned to her childhood home, an abandoned schoolhouse, and used materials that her parents hoarded over the years. This project is about using art to process her past, come to terms with her present, and transform her shame into self-acceptance. 

Opening reception, on November 12th starting at 6:30pm. 

To learn more about this project, you can view this video: 
or visit:

For those who can't make the opening, the work will also be available to view in the evenings