Performance Theater

Anna Lublina

Anna Lublina (they/she) is an interdisciplinary performance maker and educator focused on building mutually beneficial relationships between humans, objects, and environments. As the child of a Soviet Jewish immigrant, they are drawn to diaspora as a creative format. Anna rejects disciplinary borders to instead explore the mutability of structure, linking social practice, object theater, dance, music, and text to create performances and installations that imagine more caring, equitable futures.


  • 2021, Border Ecologies: Rough Proposals, Frankfurt
  • 2021, Plyspace Gallery and Ball State University, Muncie
  • 2019, Бабушка | BAb(oo)shka: 14th Street Y, New York
  • 2019, St. Ann’s Warehouse, New York
  • 2018 The Old American Can Factory, New York
  • 2019, The Gay Science: Center for Performance Research, New York
  • 2018, BarnArts Collective and Theater, Tremont
  • 2018, The Tank, New York


Anna has presented over nine original works and collaborated on over ten other works in New York and now Frankfurt, Germany. Anna’s work has been presented at various venues including Mousonturm, St. Ann’s Warehouse, Judson Church, the 14th St Y, and Center for Performance Research. Anna is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Choreography and Performance at the ATW Institute. In Spring 2022, they will embark on a site-specific residency at the Bloomfield Science Museum as an International Jerusalem Fellow.


  • 2022, International Jerusalem Fellowship at the Bloomfield Science Museum
  • 2020-2022, Anneberg Helix Fellowship with Yiddishkayt in Los Angeles
  • 2021, Plyspace Resident Fellow at Ball State University
  • 2020, LABA New York Fellowship at the 14th Street Y
  • 2019, COJECO Blueprint Fellow at the Council of Jewish Émigré Community Organization
  • 2019, Puppet Lab Fellowship at St. Ann’s Warehouse