Available Performances

Integrate the arts into your conference, retreat, annual meeting, or specialty course by hosting one of Articine’s theatrical productions that tackle today’s health challenges. Our productions can be scaled to fit on stage, conference room, and even outdoors.

Looking to collaborate on a new project?  Get in touch with us!


​Inspired by Neil Bousfield’s wordless novel of woodcut images, Shadows is a portrayal of a poor couple, working opposite shifts in the same factory, as they struggle through addiction and family crisis to find hope.  They see that every decision is a choice, but finding the strength to break the cycle is the hardest choice of all.  With its visceral, acrobatic movement and compelling story of strength, desire and loss, this one-act straddles the worlds of dance and theatre. Watch the trailer!

DOTTIe – a film about dementia & empathy

Dottie is a short feature film based on the nuances of dementia. Coupling this film with educational workshops will allow us to unlock conversations around care, healing, support, and legacy for healthcare workers and caregivers alike. With the help of our award-winning film team, Dottie will be a professional education tool that increases accessibility and understanding of the struggles and dimensions of dementia, while inspiring healthcare providers to deliver more effective and empathetic patient care. We look forward to bringing this film and its message to medical professionals around the country.


What do comic strip characters and film noir have in common? Anxiety.

The Anxiety Piece m
elds theater, dance, and comedy, while exploring the psychosomatic impact anxiety can have on all of us, this one act will take you on a journey that’s both hilarious and moving.  In this dynamic and engaging new production, Articine’s internationally award-winning artists, in collaboration with mental health professionals across New England, will explore this ever-present health challenge.

​The Anxiety Piece was made possible with funding by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ New Work New England program, with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts, the American Rescue Plan, Seedlings Foundation, the Fund for the Arts at NEFA, and individual donors.