GOH Productions is a nonprofit arts services organization that has been creating, producing and managing performing arts projects for over 30 years. Based in New York City, our dance, theater, puppetry and youth programs reach across the City and over borders and continents.
Our primary goal is working with experimental and interdisciplinary artists to clarify their artistic vision and to make possible the production of new works in a variety of genres and in a variety of global landscapes. Our mission is embodied in our logo, GOH, the Japanese character meaning “working together under one roof.”
Key Programs and Projects
GOH provides a number of artistic and administrative services to these projects and organizations: Czechoslovak-American Marionette Theatre, Sherry Erskine, Bonnie Sue Stein, East Village Dance Project, Polli Talu Arts Residency Center, Absolute Ensemble, Art in Odd Places, Carrie Beehan, Sarazina Joy Stein, Remote Theater Project, and School of Hard Knocks.
Access to Space and Resources
Currently, GOH operates three spaces for developing dance, theater and music projects. Avenue C Studio, a studio at 55 Avenue C in Manhattan, former home to East Village Dance Project; and is the site for their newest partner Moving for Life. In Brooklyn’s growing DUMBO district, GOH maintains the rehearsal studios for Czechoslovak-American Marionette Theatre , and a sound recording studio for music projects. For more studio information and bookings, email firstname.lastname@example.org or Studio55C@movingforlife.org