Mabou Mines is an artist-driven experimental theater collective generating original works and re-imagined adaptations of classic plays through multi-disciplinary, technologically inventive collaborations among its members and a wide world of contemporary composers, writers, musicians, puppeteers and visual artists.

Mabou Mines is dedicated to the development of a new theatrical language by exploring the latest concepts in music, visual arts, technology and animation with traditional forms of creative expression: puppetry, text, movement, theater design. Mabou Mines works in multiple languages, re-casts classical works with non-traditional performers, collaborates with disabled performers, artists and otherwise marginalized populations, connectingwith the best artists it can find and reaching audiences from the art world to the street. Mabou Mines has over 250 associate artists around the globe.
The company’s artistic directors – Lee Breuer, Ruth Maleczech, Frederick Neumann, Terry O’Reilly, Sharon Fogarty and Julie Archer – continue to pursue the collective’s original vision, established in 1970, of co-equal voices exploring limitless theatrical possibilities.