NOT MAN APARTphysical theatre ensemble


Good things are meant to be shared...

The SuperHero and his Charming Wife

by Aaron Hendry

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OPENS April 15, 2016 - RUNS THRU May 15, 2016

 Highways Performance Space @ 18th St. Arts Center
1651 18th St., Santa Monica, CA 90404
1/2 block north of Olympic Blvd.

NMA 2016-17 Season
SuperHero and his Charming Wife - Highways, April 15-May 15, 2016
Ajax in Iraq - Greenway Court Theater, August 2016
Lysistrata Unbound - Greenway Court Theater, March 2017

APRIL 9 & 10!
Join Katherine Willis for a workshop series in the acclaimed Lucid Body technique developed by Fay Simpson. More info and Westside Los Angeles location CLICK HERE!

Lucid Body process is known internationally as one of the most practical and effective techniques for energetic character building. This intensive will focus on expanding the physical and emotional range of the actor–-by drawing attention to the alignment and personality habits, and working to stretch beyond habit. Through a rigorous yoga-based & breath-oriented warm-up, study of the 7 energy centers along the spine, and physical character & partner exercises, the Lucid Body student will experience creative self-discovery and transformation.


Not Man Apart 2016 Season Benefit Celebration
3 Course Dinner by LA Foodshop and live previews of the Season Productions:
The SuperHero and his Charming, Ajax in Iraq, and Lysistrata Unbound

Reserve your spot HERE!

April 24th 6:30pm
This event includes Dinner, Wine, and special Gala Performance (ALSO A COMP TICKET TO AN NMA SEASON SHOW!!!) 

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NMA Mission Statement
Not Man Apart Physical Theatre Ensemble generates innovative physical works of theatre while contributing educational and transformational experiences.

“Director-choreographer John Farmanesh-Bocca rallies his stalwart forces into breath-taking kinetic cohesion.”  – LA times

Perhaps not since the emerging Theatre Movement Bazaar has a physical theatre troupe demonstrated such purposeful integrity. Indeed it would be madness to miss it. – LA Times