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Lazarus 1972 – 2022
Post-Show Discussion follwing this performance
Sunday, October 9, 2022 at 4:00PM

The Downstairs at La MaMa
66 East 4th Street
New York, NY 10003
Between 2nd Avenue and Bowery.


Lazarus was the first work that Ping Chong created as an independent artist in 1972. The new production will be a deeply personal reflection by Ping Chong on alienation and belonging, the passage of time and the evolution of his artistry.

Lazarus 1972 - 2022 is an interdisciplinary, imagistic meditation on the resurrected man, transplanted from its Biblical setting to the surreal, urban purgatory of contemporary New York City.

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There is no late seating for performances of Lazarus 1972 - 2022. Please plan on arriving at least 15 minutes prior to the performance.


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Time Passes: Ping Chong and Fiji Theater Company Then and Now

Sunday, October 9 - following 4 pm performance of Lazarus 1972-2022

Following the performance of Lazarus 1972-2022 on Sunday, October 9, at 4pm, Ping Chong will reunite with late 1970s and 1980s members of his company, then called the Fiji Theater Company, for a discussion of the evolution of his work and the changing climate in the downtown performing arts scene. They will share personal memories of their time creating work and touring work together. Moderated by Sara Farrington, editor of The Lost Conversation: Interviews with an Enduring Avant-Garde, the event will feature Ping Chong, John Fleming, Brian Hallas, Louise Smith, and Jeannie Hutchins. Smith and Hutchins both won Bessie Awards for their work with Chong.