Work in progress showing of:

directed by Ashley Tata

Featuring the work of Quechua poet Irma Alvarez-Ccoscco

Wednesday, December 15 at 8pm

At Mayday in Brooklyn.

Llontop examines cultural perceptions of Latinx, white, and indigenous identities in both North and South America.

More info soon.

The Work

Our performances are driven by narratives. Sometimes the narratives are created by us, sometimes they are provided by audience members and frequently they are created by us in collaboration with our audiences.


Anonymous Ensemble was founded in 2001 and has created new work every year since. We have presented work throughout New York City and the United States, as well as Greece, England, Scotland, Norway, Germany, and Australia. We value creating community wherever we are and we ask how the audience can be co-creators of each performance event.


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Board of Trustees:
Jessica Weinstein, Lucrecia Briceño, Liz Davito, Eamonn Farrell, Lenore Malen, Thomas Kavanagh, Sven Del Vecchio


Songs from a Tall Room

In a tall room with a tall desk, a tall chair, and tall moving image windows, a very tall singer-songwriter, whimsical and in her pajamas, reflects on past and present moments.Audiences will be seated outdoors looking in. Created and performed by Jessica WeinsteinIn collaboration with Eamonn Farrell, Lucrecia Briceño and Anonymous EnsembleFeaturing musicians Tiappa Klimovitsky and Mojo …


With Flight, Anonymous Ensemble creates a new form of theatrical space that is live, interactive, and global in scope. Flight brings together performers and audiences in real space and from anywhere in the world with internet access in order to investigate expansive global issues and tiny revelatory moments in real time. Within a stylized visual and narrative framework, we …


“Llontop” is a luminous multimedia narrative that takes place in Peru and the United States; it will be performed in English, Spanish, and Quechua. The piece explores differences and similarities in cultural perceptions of Latinx, white, and indiginous identities in North and South America. Using light as it’s primary medium, “Llontop” is a live visualization …