STREB Homecoming

We want to officially welcome our community back into the space! On Tuesday, August 17, we will offer FREE turns on the Trapeze and a FREE Acrobatics for PopAction class to Kids and Adults. We want to see you!  

Space is limited. Registration required.

Tuesday, August 17

Flying Trapeze

5 pm – 6 pm
Take a turn on the Flying Trapeze!
Have you ever wanted to fly through the air with the greatest of ease? Come experience the exhilaration of aerial movement at the España-STREB Trapeze Academy.

Open to Kids and Adults, ages 5 and up!

Due to Covid protocols, each participant may take 1 turn. Registration Required

Community Acrobatics for PopAction

6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Acrobatics offers conditioning and training for all levels of movers. It’s a fun and challenging way to increase overall flexibility, core strength, and body alignment, and grow your acrobatic skill set in the process!

Open to Kids and Adults, ages 5 and up!
This is a full class that runs that from 6:30 PM – 7:45 PM. No late arrivals.

*Community Acrobatics for PopAction has reached capacity, but you may indicate if you would like to be reached in case of cancellation.

Tour STREB

5 pm – 8 pm
Come by SLAM and just see the space in ACTION!

Due to Covid protocols we are limited to the number of participants we can allow in the space at any given time. There may be a wait to get in and tours will be limited to 15 minutes

The STREB Lab for Action Mechanics (SLAM) is home to STREB EXTREME ACTION. The members of Elizabeth Streb’s company, STREB EXTREME ACTION, combine virtuosity and technical skill with openhearted popular appeal. Founded in New York City in 1985 by choreographer Elizabeth Streb, the company has traveled, artistically as well as geographically, from the heights of the experimental dance world to the cutting-edge of popular entertainment.

SLAM is the home of STREB activities. Open rehearsals, performances, STREB classes, and other explorations of action mechanics happen here daily.

After STREB Homecoming, we will host a special screening of
Loki Circus Theater’s COLORED GRRLS.

Loki Circus Theater’s COLORED GRRLS, inspired by legendary playwright/poet Ntozake Shange’s For Colored Girls…, tells the stories of African-American women through circus, dance and original text. With unflinching honesty and emotion, each woman expresses her story using physical theater, Zoom, and circus.

This screening was made possible by the City Corps Artist Grant and Streb, Inc.
Registration is mandatory and the link to register is below.

Part of NYC Homecoming Week (August 14-22, 2021), a citywide celebration, featuring live concerts at iconic venues, free movie screenings, cultural activities, public art, and more. This five-borough week of events will drive support for the mom-and-pop businesses that define our neighborhoods and kept the heart of our city beating throughout the COVID pandemic.