Flux Theatre Ensemble

HUMAN 2.0 PART 1

Short plays by Johnna Adams, Erin Browne, Larry Kunofsky, and Fengar Gael that consider how humankind's senses might evolve and change in the future.

HUMAN 2.0 PART 2

Short plays by David Ian Lee, David Stallings, Lauren Ferebee, and Nat Cassidy that consider how humankind's senses might evolve and change in the future.

HUMAN 2.0 PART 3

Short plays by Sol Crespo, Aja Houston, Jeff Lewonczyk, Kristen Palmer, and Isaiah Tanenbaum that consider how humankind's senses might evolve and change in the future.

Flux Theatre Ensemble produces transformative theatre that explores and awakens the capacity for change. As an ensemble-artist driven company, we believe that long-term collaboration and rigorous creative development can unite artists and audiences to build a creative home in New York. Since 2006, Flux has produced 14 productions and countless readings. Flux is the proud recipient of the 2011 Caffe Cino Fellowship Award, presented annually to an Off-Off-Broadway theatre company that consistently produces outstanding work. Flux been awarded two New York International Fringe Festival awards: the Village Voice Audience Favorite Award for their 2007 production of August Schulenburg’s Riding the Bull; and, in 2008, for Heather Cohn’s “Outstanding Direction” of Other Bodies. In 2008, nytheatre.com chose Flux Theatre Ensemble as one of their “People of the Year” saying “This rising theatre company had a hit in the New York International Fringe Festival with Other Bodies, written by artistic director August Schulenburg, and then went on to mount the fall’s most ambitious indie show, Johnna Adams’ The Angel Eaters Trilogy.” Flux received a Citation for Excellence in Off-Off Broadway Theatre from the Independent Theater Bloggers Association. Over the past three years, Flux has received ten New York Innovative Theatre Award nominations for their productions of The Angel Eaters Trilogy, The Lesser Seductions of History and Dog Act.