PAST Events

Many of our well-known performances below are brought back to the stage yearly, yet every performance is different. Our performance spaces range from indoor professional theater space such as Guild Hall in East Hampton to the outdoor landscape of the Hamptons which has inspired so many infamous artists in the past.

Shakespeare in the park: a midsummer night's dream 2022

As Seen Through The Sleepy Eyes Of A Young Girl.


This first-launch in 2022 at Mulford Farms in East Hampton was a work-in-process workshop production with early design elements before heading to NYC for further devising. 

Andromedia's sisters 2022

Kate Mueth launched Andromeda's Sisters in 2017 to bring Arts and Advocacy together focused on empowering and highlighting women in the theater and not-for-profit social justice worlds. Women and their advocates come together through panels, plays and a party to network, be inspired, and activate for creative and social change in our communities, work, and personal lives.


The Neo-Political Cowgirls created an immersive Halloween experience of ghost stories and dances inspired by women who were shut away after being diagnosed with HYSTERIA. Placed in the famous, historical Old South Church in Boston, this project will raise funds for The Lucas Flint Memorial Scholarship at Emerson College for a student in need majoring in Visual Media Arts.


HYSTERIA, a “Surround Story” plays with sound, immersive experience, music, light and darkness, dance and chilling stories inspired by women who were diagnosed with “Hysteria” then yanked from loved ones to be cast into insane asylums, never to be seen again. Creepy and riddled with distorted movement, terrifying music and stories, HYSTERIA presents a unique experience for the Halloween season for those who love being scared.


Andromeda is a modern myth for the masses. Featuring a cast of local and NYC actors, and puppets by award-winner Liz Joyce, Andromeda is a unique, outdoor, music-filled experience that is not to be missed.


Our much loved, annual theatrical scavenger  hunt has been daring audiences since 2008.


The word ‘Zima’ is Polish for winter, so the backdrop for this performance couldn’t be more fitting. ZIMA!, is our annual interactive winter journey, combines mystery, poetry, theater and exploration.


Inspired by these real events: in 1969, in a segregated city in the American Midwest bursting with racial tension, a 14 year old black girl named Vivian was shot by a white cop, igniting one of the worst race riots in American history.