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Recent News

DecadesOut Part of Climate Change Panel

May 1, 2014

DecadesOut is proud to be part of a panel sponsored by CUSP (Climate and Urban Systems Partnership) and hosted by The Civilians after the final performance of The Great Immensity at the Public Theater on May 1st, 2014. Here's some information on the show.


Shining a Light on Off-Off Broadway

November 13, 2010

Filmmaker and Playwright's Documentary Is Center of Project to Bring Awareness to Often Overlooked Theater Scene.


DecadesOut Adds Two New Board Members

DecadesOut, Inc., a nonprofit organization that develops and promotes programs that examine the intersection of the arts and science, has named a pair of high-visibility members to its board of directors.


DecadesOut works with Beholders Group for Haiti Relief Donations

Our friends from DecadesOut, a non-profit organization focusing on the development of film and theatre projects based on socially relevant topics of a humanitarian and scientific nature are producing a reading of the plays in NYC.



DecadesOut and The Systems Festival

May 19, 2014

Our mission at DecadesOut is to foster the communication between the arts and science. We started programming a variety of things in 2009 including documentary work, a theatre development series, and a film festival, but found that although it’s great to have a variety of programs, it would go a long way toward achieving our mission if we focus our programs on one particular issue confronting society today. So in 2013, we decided to create a festival of events spanning two years that would allow us to bring together a group of artists and scientists who wanted to collaborate and explore different perspectives on an issue.


Blog Burning

Burning to Communicate: Part 1

April 19, 2014

‘Independent’ or ‘off-off Broadway’— Honestly, I like both. One is steeped in history and has attached to it that 1950’s Greenwich Village/East Village visual, the advent of a new American theatre which helped foment revolutions and create a place for the poetic and courageous voices who showed us that we could too. That time-worn term evolved eventually into the other where self-defined inheritors of the legacy continue to change the world through the landscape of theatre and decided to drop the label placed on the community by a contract code or the media. Some artists prefer no label at all.


Burning to Communicate: Part 2

April 21, 2014

In 2009, my co-producer and wife, Jennifer Larkin Kuzler, an independent theatre artist herself, and some close friends started DecadesOut (www.decadesout.org) whose mission is to contribute to the growing dialogue between art and science.


Scott Stringer — Burning to Communicate

Scott Stringer was born on April 29, 1960 in New York and grew up in Washington Heights. Currently, Scott is the 26th Manhattan Borough President and exceptionally dedicated to public service.