Take a deep dive into the creative process with The Broad Stage’s new slate of artistic collaborators! In this unique series of digital residencies, REVEAL takes curious art lovers like you behind the curtain and into the hearts of groundbreaking art makers from around the world, whose original works we’ve commissioned and will present their World, California and Los Angeles Premieres over the next two seasons. The commissions, many of which center on BIPOC voices and directly address systemic issues of inequality and injustice, are designed to invite artists, their work and their practice to take root on and beyond the stage.

Through exclusive footage, demonstrations, discussions, performances and more, you’ll gain insights into the artists’ ideas and transformational practices, and learn how their work evolves from an idea to fully-staged work.




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REVEAL schedule:

the TEAM featuring co-directors Rachel Chavkin (Hadestown) and Zhailon Levingston (Tina: The Tina Turner Musical)
Reconstruction (Still Working but the Devil Might Be Inside)

Rachel Chavkin photo by Erik Tanner.
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Composer Wayne Shorter, Librettist/performer esperanza spalding and set designer Frank Gehry
Iphigenia

Wayne Shorter photo by Robert Ascroft. esperanza spalding photo by LaMont Hamilton.
REVEAL Dates: Jun 14-21


Quote Unquote Collective and co-artistic directors Amy Nostbakken and Norah Sadava
Universal Child Care

Photo by Colin Medley.
REVEAL Dates TBD


Award-winning choreographer and Catalyst Dance artistic director Emily Johnson
Being Future Being

Photo by Tracy Rector and Melissa Ponder.
REVEAL Dates TBD


Beninoise superstar Angélique Kidjo and visual artist Kerry James Marshall
Yemandja

REVEAL Dates TBD



REVEAL at The Broad Stage is made possible, in part, by a generous gift from Richard and Lisa Kendall.

REVEAL: Reconstruction is made possible, in part, by a generous gift from Susan Stockel.