Martha Clarke’s performance piece “Garden of Earthly Delights” will receive a 12-week run at Off Broadway’s Minetta Lane Theater beginning in October.
It’s a Gotham homecoming for the 1984 show, which played the Minetta Lane in 1987.
Director-choreographer Clarke’s take on Hieronymous Bosch’s painting of the same name, the movement-based “Garden” looks at heaven, hell, Eden, sin and redemption. In its original run, the show won a Drama Desk for unique theatrical experience as well as an Obie for Richard Peaslee’s original score.
Starting previews Oct. 8 ahead of an Oct. 21 opening, the Two River Theater production is presented in Gotham by producers Alan Schuster, Martin Davis, Davo Entertainment and Margaret Cotter, in association with Barbara Foy.