KANEZA SCHAAL

Kaneza Schaal is a New York City based artist and performer.


Go Forth in Arts Beat
Jan
7
Jan 12

Go Forth in Arts Beat

Riffs on Greek and Egyptian mythology, “algorithmic theater” based on the Beatles’ “Yesterday,” and work from Australia’s independent arts scene will be among the offerings at the 2016 edition of Coil, the boundary-pushing festival of music, dance and performance presented by Performance Space 122... continued here

Go Forth at COIL Festival
Jan
7
Jan 12

Go Forth at COIL Festival

  • Westbeth at 55 Bethune St New York, NY 10014 USA

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Westbeth at 55 Bethune St, NYC
Thursday Jan 7 – 7:30pm
Friday Jan 8 – 7:30pm
Saturday Jan 9 – 6pm
Sunday Jan 10 – 2pm
Monday Jan 11 – 4pm
Tuesday Jan 12 – 7:30pm

Go Forth Teaser Trailer
Jan
7
7:30 pm19:30

Go Forth Teaser Trailer

Drawing inspiration from the Egyptian Book of the Dead, Kaneza Schaal’s GO FORTH is a performance and photo installation that considers how we create space in our lives for the presence of the absent.
Jan 7-12 as part of COIL 16

Go Forth on The Leonard Lopate Show
Jan
7
7:00 pm19:00

Go Forth on The Leonard Lopate Show

Vallejo Gantner, curator and artistic director of PS 122’s annual festival, “COIL,” talks about the upcoming performances along with featured playwrights Rachel Chavkin and Kaneza Schaal. Runs January 5 - 17 at PS 122.  Listen here

Go Forth in The New York Times
Jan
7
7:00 pm19:00

Go Forth in The New York Times

"Kaneza Schaal was 25 when her father died of malaria in 2010. Her first impulse was to stay in New York, not fly to the funeral in Burundi, where he lived when he wasn’t in the East Village. At the time, she was working with immigrant students at a school in Chelsea, and she saw no reason to interrupt that.

“I thought: ‘This is such a great way to honor my dad. I don’t really need to go back,’” Ms. Schaal, an experimental theater artist, said recently in the basement of Westbeth Artists Community in the West Village, where she was surrounded by the papyrus and gold of her new show’s set-in-progress. “I grew up in California: ‘Oh, whatever, I’ll be there in spirit.’”

The African branch of her clan, with roots in Rwanda, thought otherwise. “My family was like, ‘You know, Kaneza, I think you might want to come.’ And I went, and I had to be there. I could not have not been there, and I didn’t know that.”