Recognized for its pioneering repertoire, collaborative foundation, and groundbreaking technique, Viewpoints, SITI Company's ensemble takes the stage for a final bow in 2022 with The SITI Legacy Tour. Celebrating 30 years of virtuosic theater-making, this iconic ensemble performs The Medium, its first-ever production that premiered in 1993 (Toga-mura, Japan) before its 1994 NYC run. We invite you to be part of this historic moment in American theater. Fall 2022 tour: Krannert Center for the Performing Arts (Urbana, IL), Duke Performances (Durham, NC) and Musco Center for the Arts (Orange, CA).


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The Medium

Running Time: 90 minutes, no intermission
Adapted from the works of Marshall McLuhan
Concept/Direction by Anne Bogart
Created and Performed by SITI Company
Scenic Design by Neil Patel
Costume Design by Gabriel Berry
Lighting Design by Brian H Scott
Sound Design by Darron L West

Based on the writings of Marshall McLuhan, The Medium explores the effect of media and emerging technologies on our perceptions, our psyches and our personal lives. The Medium was originally devised by SITI Company in 1993 in Toga-mura, Japan and premiered in NYC at New York Theatre Workshop in 1994. McLuhan, who died in 1980, is generally remembered for his belief that electronic communications would knit an alienated world into an all-embracing global village. But in interviews, he also spoke ruefully of the dominance of technologies. “I wish none of these had ever happened,” he once said. In an age where everyone carries a computer in their pocket, The Medium is perhaps even more resonant now more than ever.

>>Click here to read Anne Bogart’s own words on bringing back The Medium for The SITI Legacy Tour.<< 


Recognized for their pioneering repertoire, collaborative foundation, and groundbreaking technique, SITI Company has been heralded as one of the most important and successful contemporary American theater ensembles. During these unprecedented times, the company is offering an engaging and thought-provoking series of online presentations, artist talks,  and movement workshops to keep audiences connected.

  • Technology: Zoom or other live streaming platform provided by presenter.

  • Company requires Presenter to provide virtual stage manager to run virtual activities. 

  • At minimum one(1) advanced technical virtual rehearsal to run multimedia presentation with presenter’s virtual stage manager is required unless otherwise noted below. 


Recognized for their pioneering repertoire, collaborative foundation, and groundbreaking technique, SITI Company has been heralded as one of the most important and successful American theater ensembles working today.Through a series of dialogues and dynamic conversations, SITI Company will invite collaborators and peers to investigate the challenges of our time through a multitude of lenses. Innovative and inventive, SITI draws on our current moment of questioning and dismantling the status quo to make new connections and unite local and global voices together while shining a light on the next generation of artists and theater makers. In a period of history in which circumstances have unmoored artists and audiences alike, SITI will keep moving forward alongside our peers in vibrant and positive ways.


  • Multimedia talk w/Q&A.

  • SITI Company members in dialogue with other artists, ensembles, or local community leaders.

  • Approx 90 minutes (60-minute multimedia talk with recorded footage for performance and rehearsals followed by 30-minute Q&A session).

  • Attendance is based on what is allowed by streaming platform.

Description: With our Talking into the Future Series, we seek to create what we call a “gymnasium for the soul,” where we can activate creative friction and bold questions with other companies and collaborators; to explore the art of assembly in all its forms and amplify the work of other ensembles and theater rebels. We have outlined six topics and can provide a list of potential collaborators for conversation upon request.

1. Who is talking?
Who is at the table and who should be included? How do we challenge the old patterns?

2. What are we talking about?
What is the content of our art? What is being conveyed by the way we make our art, outside of its content? Does art have a social/political responsibility? Anne Bogart and other artists.

3. Where does the art happen?
What are the venues for performance? How is this changing because of technology and pandemics and the demand for a more inclusive culture?

4. When is the right time?
How does change in art making happen? What is the nature of revolution within culture? Should it all happen at once? Does it need to take time? Is it a bit of both? What is the role of art within social/political change?

5. Talking the future into being.
What is the power of describing the world? How do we stay rooted in the now while moving forward?

6. Legacy: The art of letting go/can your mission outlive you? Fall 2022 in NYC Anne Bogart and SITI Company

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Master Classes

Suzuki Method
Developed by internationally acclaimed director, Tadashi Suzuki and the Suzuki 
Company of Toga, the Suzuki Actor Training Method’s principal concern is with restoring the wholeness of the human body to the theatrical context and uncovering the actor’s innate expressive abilities. A rigorous physical discipline drawn from such diverse influences as ballet, traditional Japanese and Greek theater and martial arts. Attention is on the lower body and a vocabulary of footwork, sharpening the actor’s breath control and concentration.

Viewpoints is a technique of improvisation that grew out of the post-modern dance 
world, first articulated by choreographer Mary Overlie (Six Viewpoints). Viewpoints allows a group of actors to function together spontaneously and intuitively and to generate bold, theatrical work quickly. It develops flexibility, articulation, and strength in movement and makes ensemble playing really possible.

Lecture Demonstrations
Led by a founding member of SITI Company, this engaging 90-120 minute multimedia presentation tells the history of SITI by tracing the company’s current practices from traditions established in Butoh and ancient theatre forms to Viewpoints, which came out of the modern dance era.

Post-performance discussions with actors available upon request.

Residency activities and talks with Anne Bogart subject to availability.

  • Variety

  • OnStage Pittsburgh

  • LA Times

  • The San Francisco Chronicle

  • Interludes

For more information, please contact:

Sandy Garcia

Sandy Garcia

Director of Booking

212.278.8111 ext. 3425

Joanna Futral

Joanna Futral

Booking Associate and Contract Manager

212.278.8111 ext. 3422