Airmid events include one night performances, festivals, full productions, lectures, workshops, and even a fundraiser or two to help support Airmid's various programs which have taken place in venues around Suffolk County as well as in Manhattan.




She Said / He Said Lecture and Performance Series
Over the years, critics, producers, publishers, and often even audiences have said, “men just write better than women.”  Airmid’s lecture/performance series examines the similarities and differences in translations as well as similar or "response" works from the theatrical canon, by playwrights and translators of different genders. This program seeks to dispel the belief that women are not as capable as men artistically, while illuminating the differences between the female and male “voice” and point of view in theatrical works


SHE SAID / HE SAID: Hedda Gabler

Presented in collaboration with Stony Brook University Theatre Department

Join us for the inaugural event of this series as we explore the play Hedda Gabler from the hand of translator/director/actress Eva LeGalliene through both live performance and film clips from various productions. During the program we will see various scenes, discuss differences from her work to the works of male translators and other aspects of the play and the translators work.
Scholars and two production teams of actors, directors and dramaturgs will help us dig in deep to find new ways to look at this play, the process of making theatre when translating, and in particular a classic text we all THINK we know but may only understand from one perspective.
Special guests Dr. Michael Zelenak and Dr. Amy Cook with performance and dramaturgical teams headed by Don Rebar, Cate Cammaratta  come together to present this one of a kind discussion performance program.

December 7 at 3pm

Theatre One, Staller Center

Stony Brook University

CALL 631-704-2888 or email


Funding for this program provided by the National Endowment for the Arts and Bethpage Federal Credit Union, the Zonta Club of Suffolk County and New York State Assemblyman Steve Englebright and Suffolk County Cultural Programs.



Four exciting and intimate explorations will be presented over the course of this year.  We seek out the most timely pieces so while the titles may be subject to change you can be assured that the writing is always interesting and the conversation is too!


Oct. 13:   Illusion by Merccedes de Acosta, American 1928

Directed by Jean Randich; Dramaturgy by Lorien Reese

Paige Borak, Peter Evangelista, Leer Leary, Andy Lucien*, Douglas MacKaye Harrington*;  Cristian Panaite, Roya Shanks*, Justin Stephon Trice, Kelley Sweeney*, Sophie Vanier*, Amelia Workman*, Andréa Zotos Breslin


Sept. 8:  TRIFLES by Susan Glaspell, American 1916 with TALES OF A MIDWESTERN MURDER adapted by Tricia McDermott from the reporting of Susan Glaspell

Directed by Tricia McDermott; Dramaturgy by Nancee Moses with Elizabeth Bojzsa
Featuring: Margaret Colin*, Dominick DeGaetano; Leer Leary; Bruch Reed* and Maria Viola

With special guest Dr. Sherry Engle, professorr of theatre at BMCC.

June 9, 2014: THE SOUL by Amelia Pincherle Rosselli, Italian 1898
Directed by Tricia McDermott; Dramaturgy by Don Rebar; Curated by Elizabeth Bojsza 

Featuring: Richie Allan*; Paige Borak; Dominick DeGaetano; Peter Evangelista; April LaValle*; Antoine Jones*; Lucy McMichael*; Roya Shanks*; Michael Schwendemann*; Justin Stephon Trice

With special guest Dr. Stanislao G. Pugliese, Professor of History, Queensboro Unico Distinguished

Professor of Italian and Italian American Studies.     

March 31, 2014: BARNES RAISING: An Evening of One-Acts by Djuna Barnes


Directed by Tricia McDermott; Dramaturgy by Elizabeth Bojsza

Featuring: Kathryn Layng*, with Monica Blaze Leavitt*, Nicole Intravia, Peter Evangelista and Doug Harrington*

With special guest, poet and writer of local history, former poet laurette of Suffolk County, George Wallace.