In 1961, New York City was sizzling. Musicians, comics, artists – anyone selling a song or a run-on sentence made their way to Manhattan’s East Village to make it big, or have a hell of a lot of fun trying. There, the streets were electric, and for the the theatre crowd they led to one place: La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club. While Broadway was singing “Hello! Dolly,” La MaMa was howling out of a cage. When most theatre companies were only casting white actors, its late founder, Ellen Stewart, was fostering diverse talents abroad and in the Big Apple. La MaMa was, and remains, the best black sheep of Off-Off Broadway, an incubator for the industry’s biggest icons, from the Blue Man Group to Sam Shepard; Bette Midler to David Sedaris. And if you ask nicely enough, you too can step behind-the-scenes of its whimsical archive….