January 9, 10, 11: HOSPITAL @ Walker Art Center, Minneapolis.

January 17 & 18: HOSPITAL @ HOP, Dartmouth, New Hampshire.

Co-production Los Angeles Poverty Department and Wunderbaum. 

January – May 11: Do You Want the Cosmetic Version or the Real Deal?: Los Angeles Poverty Department 1985 – 2014 a large retrospective gallery show @ The Queens Museum of Arts, Queens, New York.
January 31 and February 1 & 2: State of Incarceration @ The Queens Museum of Arts, Queens, New York.
February 28: Agentes y Activos @ the Queens Museum, Queens, NY.
March 1: Agentes y Activos @ Langston Hughes Library, Queens, NY.
March 2: Agentes y Activos @ Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural Center, Flamboyán Theater, NY. – During a month long residency, LAPD engages Drogadictos Anonimos, a Corona, Queens-based recovery group, in a unique partnership creating the North American, Spanish spoken premiere of Agentes y Activos (Agents & Assets) with English Supratitles.

April 4, 5 and 6: SETTLEMENT @ the BOX gallery. Directed by Hans van den Broek.

Co-production SOIT and Los Angeles Poverty Department.

May 14: WALK THE TALK Come Together @ LA Mission.

May 24: WALK THE TALK parade / performance on Skid Row.

May 29 – June 16: WALK THE TALK ~ LAPD’s SKID ROW HISTORY EXHIBITION inside the MIKE KELLEY Mobile Homestead in front of The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA at 152 N. Central Avenue in Little Tokyo.

January 26: Biggest Recovery Community Anywhere – Happy Birthday Recovery @ the Cecil Hotel, downtown LA.
Collaboration between Los Angeles Poverty Department and OTIS Public Practice students.
May 3, 4, 5: Biggest Recovery Community Anywhere and the REEL Recovery Film Festival ~ the Skid Row Edition @ Inner City Arts, Skid Row.
June 15: Biggest Recovery Community Anywhere @ MicroFest, Honolulu, Hawaii.
September 24 – 29: HOSPITAL @ RADAR.LA in The Tower Theater.
co-production Los Angeles Poverty Department and Wunderbaum.
October 12 & 13: 4th annual Festival For All Skid Row Artists @ Gladys Park, Skid Row.
October 26 & 27: A (Micro) History Of World Economics, Danced, 4 performances @ Pershing Square. Written and directed by Pascal Rambert.
Co-production Los Angeles Poverty Department and Theatre de Gennevilliers.
November 16 & 17: HOSPITAL @ De Rotterdamse Schouwburg, Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
Co-production Los Angeles Poverty Department and Wunderbaum.
January 27 & 28: LAPD produced the ‘Festival for All Skid Row Artists’ in Gladys Park.
February 24: COLD WAR work in progress performance @ Wende Museum in Culver City.
co-production LAPD & PeerGrouP
February 20 @ UCEPP: Jeff Dietrich reads from his Book“BROKEN AND SHARED”
March 19 @ Central City Church of the Nazarene: Faith on Skid Row / Faith in Skid Row
April 18 @ James Wood Community Center: 30 Years Of Organizing On Skid Row
May 9 @ Inner City Arts: Creative Community – the ARTS on Skid Row 
May 16 @ VOA Rotary House:Creating a Recovery Community on Skid Row
May 23 @ The Last Bookstore: Creating Community from the Ground up on Skid Row
MAY 26 , 27 , 28: WALK THE TALK parade / performance on Skid Row
36 Skid Row visionaries celebrated with 3 days of parades, 36 performances and a brass band, traveling 3 routes through the Skid Row neighborhood.
August 20 – 25: COLD WAR – BRAIN FREEZE co-production LAPD & PeerGrouP
@ Noorderzon Festival, Groningen, the Netherlands
October 20 & 21: Festival for All Skid Row Artists in Gladys park
October – November: Biggest Recovery Community Anywhere film screenings and discussions on Skid Row.
November 2012 – February 2013: Biggest Recovery Community Anywhere – Launch of the Indie Shelves initiative, LAPD curated a bookshelf with Skid Row based writers about recovery @ The Last Bookstore in downtown Los Angeles.
November 11: Conversation with Mike Dolphin @ The Last Bookstore in downtown Los Angeles.
STATE OF INCARCERATION, directed by John Malpede and Henriëtte Brouwers
Jan. 28-29 & Feb. 4-5 @ Highways Perfromance Space, Santa Monica.
June 15-18 @ RADAR LA, Los Angeles
Feb. 13- May 29: Police and Thieves, exhibition, curated by Karla Diaz and Mario Ybarra
@ Gallery 4 at the Hyde Park ArtCenter in Chicago, IL.
July 5-31: ‘PORTRAITS IN DRAMATIC TIME’ by David Michalek, Commissioned by Lincoln Center Festival 2011. Los Angeles Poverty Department is featured in a large scale public art installation of slow motion video performance-portraits @ Avery Fisher Hall, New York.

Jan. 25: Making the Case for Skid Row Culture – Findings from a Collaborative Inquiry by the Los Angeles Poverty Department and the Urban Institute –published on the Animating Democracy Initiative web page of Americans for the Arts. Presentation of the paper @ the
Japanese American Cultural and Community Center for the Skid Row Community.

May 20: Parole Reform Shakeout: Who Wins and Who Loses?

PANEL & DISCUSSION about the Effects of California’s Parole Reform on Parolees, People Getting Out and Transitional Programs Downtown.
@ the Central City Community Church in Skid Row.
STATE OF INCARCERATION, directed by John Malpede and Henriëtte Brouwers
June 9 @ Central City Community Church on Skid Row.
June 10 @ LA Community Action Network on Skid Row.
July 22: REWEAVING THE SOCIAL FABRIC OF SKID ROW A conversation about LAPD’s ‘Walk the Talk’ a theater project that chronicles the emergence of a permanent community and culture in Skid Row @ theALOUD series of the LA Public library.
Panelists: Pete White (LA Community Action Network), OG man (Skid Row 3 on 3 basketball), Clyde Casey (Another Planet), Jeff Dietrich (LA Catholic Worker) and John Malpede (LA Poverty Department), moderator: Maria Rosario Jackson (Urban Institute).

STATE OF INCARCERATION, directed by John Malpede and Henriëtte Brouwers

Aug. 12 @ Behavioral Systems SW Inc, van Nuys

Aug. 14 @ Jonahproject, Skid Row

Aug. 21 @ AMITY Foundation Re-entry Program, LA
Nov. 6 – Nov. 20: Installation and Performances @ BOX Gallery, Chinatown, LA
Dec. 17 Chuco’s Justice High School, Inglewood
Dec. 4: LAPD produced the ‘Festival for All Skid Row Artists’ in Gladys Park.
MAY 1 and 2: CPR: a Public Training in Life Saving Skills, directed by Henriëtte Brouwers and John Malpede. With a combined cast of OPCC and LAPD – celebrating the 20 year anniversary of Highways Performance Space and 18th Street Arts Center.
@ Highways Performance Space, Santa Monica.
MAY 5:  EMPLOYING HIS TELEPATHIC POWERS, MR. SMALLMAN FIGHTS FOR JUSTICE IN THE INJUSTICE SYSTEM, presentation of a year-long workshop, directed by Henriëtte Brouwers and John Malpede with LAMP residents and LAPDers.
@ the LAMP Village, Skid Row.
May 17: Los Angeles Poverty Department receives the Otto Award for Political Theatre produced by the Castillo Theatre in New York.
Aug. 2 – 24: AGENTES y ACTIVOS, directed by John Malpede.
Bolivian tour of the AGENTS & ASSETS performance in Spanish.
Performed in Cochabamba, Oruro, La Paz, El Alto, Sucre, Plan 3000 and Santa Cruz.
Jan.: AGENTS & ASSETS in New York, directed by John Malpede.
@ Housing Works Bookstore Cafe, Manhattan, St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Harlem and at Housing Works in the East Brooklyn.
Feb. – April: RED BEARD/RED BEARD, directed by John Malpede. 
Co-production of LAPD and Theatre2Gennevilliers.
@ Theatre2Gennevilliers, Gennevilliers, Paris.
May 19: ROUND TRIP, LAPD recreates an Allan Kaprow “Happening” on Skid Row.
In collaboration with The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA: Allen Kaprow- Art as Life.
June 13: John Malpede performs “Cruel, Unusual Outrages Upon Personal Dignity, Punishment And Humiliating Degrading Treatment” as part of the City of Los Angeles Literary and Performing Fellows Grand Performances @ Cal Plaza. 
June 21 and 22: La Llorona: Weeping Women of Echo Park, directed by Henriëtte Brouwers.
@ Echo Park United Methodist Church, Los Angeles.
June 28 – Aug. 2: Skid Row History Museum
@ The BOX Gallery in Chinatown, Los Angeles.
@ The Box Gallery: Jeff Dietrich and Catherine Morris of the Catholic Worker and the Hippie Kitchen remember remarkable people and initiatives. Music from SS Jones and Oscar Harvey. Performances by Ibrahim Saba and Kevin Michael Key.
JULY 18 @ Lamp Community Art Project Gallery: Public discussion with Pete White and Becky Dennison of LA Community Action Network (LACAN). Music from Weba Garretson and Ralph Gorodetsky. Performance by Michelle Autry and Sunshine Mills.
@ The Box Gallery: Public discussion with Mollie Lowery, founder and first executive director of Lamp Community. Music from Code Zero. Performance by Tony Parker and Charles Porter.
@ The Box Gallery: Public discussion with Ted Hayes, founder of Dome Village. Music from Church of the Nazarene Gospel Choir and Lucky Dragon. Performance by Riccarlo Porter. 

October 11 2008 – January 4 2009:  Espèces d’espace, curated by Yves Aupetitallotarchives.
@ MAGASIN – Centre National d’Art Contemporain de Grenoble (France).
The exhibition dedicates a room to the Los Angeles Poverty Department with elements (audio /video, pictures, notes, performance texts, etc.)  of LAPD’s archive from 1985 to 1990.
December 20, 27, 28: My Eyes are the Cage in my Head written and directed by Ron Allen.
@ The Box Gallery in Chinatown, the Church of the Nazarene in Skid Row and the Industry Cafe & Jazz in Culver City.
Jan. / Feb. / March: LEGAL*ILLEGAL,
directed by John Malpede.
Co-production of Nieuwpoort theater and Unie de Zorgelozen, Belgium and LAPD. Performed in former Tax-building ‘de Poel’ in Gent, Belgium.
April – December: UTOPIA/dystopia, Los Angeles.
April 19: Is it a crime to be poor? screening of The REAL DEAL, Tom Jones’ film on LAPD at the ALOUD series at the Central Library.
June- Nov.: Glimpses of Utopia 1 -37: Five evenings of performances and presentations by people who are making “utopian” contributions to life in downtown Los Angeles.
Nov. 16: 220 Glimpses of Utopia an Outdoor-Utopian-Movement-Chain from Skid Row to City Hall, directed by Henriette Brouwers.
Dec. 6 – 8: UTOPIA/dystopia performances directed by John Malpede.
@ REDCAT theater, Los Angeles.

Jan./Feb.: Fried Poetry,
directed by poet, playwright, recovery specialist and Buddhist monk Ron Allen.
@ Bayond Baroque; Literary Arts Center in Venice and the James Wood Center on Skid Row.

March/April: Evacuation plan for the city of Charlotte , directed by John Malpede and Henriette Brouwers.

@ The Urban Ministry Center and Davidson College, Charlotte, NC.

May/June: Sleepwalking Democracy ; co-production of LAPD and Made in da Shade. Directed by John Malpede and Maarten van Hinte.

@ Westergasfabriek, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Oct./Nov.: AGENTS & ASSETS, directed by John Malpede.

Co-production of LAPD and Art Sanctuary, Philadelphia, PA 
@ The Church of the Advocate Philadelphia, PA and the Theatre Project, Baltimore, MD.
May 21 – 29AGENTS & ASSETS, directed by John Malpede.
@ REDCAT Theatre, the Democracy Forum at JANM and Compton Community College in Los Angeles.Nov. 30 – Dec. 2AGENTS & ASSETS, directed by John Malpede. 
@ ‘Vrede van Utrecht’ Festival in Utrecht, the Netherlands.

AGENTS & ASSETS, directed by John Malpede.
Co-production of LAPD and Cleveland Public Theater.
@ Cleveland Public Theater, Cleveland, OH.

August 28-31: La Llorona, Weeping Women on Skid Row
, directed by Henriëtte Brouwers.
@ LA Central City Church of the Nazarene on Skid Row.

August: LAPD Retrospective, written and performed by John Malpede for the filming of the documentary the REAL DEAL. Co-production with Highways Performance Space, and Halo Group.
@ Highways Perfromance Space, Santa Monica.
September: Malpede received Cornerstone Theater’s Bridge Award for outstanding community-based theater.
Nov.14:  La Llorona, Weeping Women on Skid Row, directed by Henriëtte Brouwers.
@ Scripps College in Claremont, CA.
May/June: Is There History on Skid Row?
, Directed by John Malpede and Henriette Brouwers. Written by Rickey Mantley, Troy Ragland, and John Malpede. 
@ Winston Street Storefront, Los Angeles. Performance / installation.

Sept./Oct.: AGENTS & ASSETS, directed by John Malpede.
Co-production of LAPD and Urban Community Visonaries, Detroit.
@ First Unitarian Church of Detroit, Detroit, MI.

, directed by John Malpede.
Co-production of LAPD, Old Stories: New Lives and Side Street Projects
@ Side Street Projects, Los Angeles.

Red Beard, Red Beard, directed by John Malpede.
Co-production of LAPD and SRO Housing
@ The Carleton Hotel, Los Angeles.

Los Angeles Poverty Department receives Theater LA’s Ovation Award for “Sustained Achievement in the use of Theater Arts to Impact the Community”.

, written and directed by Pascal Rembert.
Co-production of LAPD and Cal State, LA Graduate Department of Theater.
@ a rooftop of a parkinglot on Spring Street.

Will They Fare Better or Worse?
directed by Sonya Mims and Emmanuel Deleage
& Artifacts directed by David Halenda
@ The Carleton Hotel, Skid Row.

Temporary Quarters: Hit and Run
, directed by Sonya Mims and John Malpede
@ the Skirball-Kenis Cultural Center, Los Angeles.

Souvenirs, directed by David Halenda
@ Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Wrapped-Up & Buried, directed by David Halenda and Otis Rogers
@ Los Angeles Theater Center.
Taking Back My Place, a site-specific performance on Skid Row with choreographer Sara Shelton Mann and the dance theater group, Contraband.

Still at War: the Neverending Battle
, directed by Brian Brophy and Otis Rogers
@ Los Angeles Theater Center, December 5-7.

History of the Body, directed by David Halenda
@ Los Angeles Theater Center & Glaxa.

Bone Story, directed by company member David Halenda.

I Gave At the Corner
, dir. by David Halenda
@ Los Angeles Theater Center.

I Was Sleeping With My Eyes Open, Collaboration with Goat Island Performance Group of Chicago, directed by John Malpede and Lin Hixson
@ Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions.

My Virtual Reality, directed by Otis Rogers
@ Los Angeles Theater Centre.

LAPD Inspects Raleigh
, directed by Malpede
@ Center Stage, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.

Give Up All Your Possessions and Follow Me
, directed by Malpede 
@ La Boca, Los Angeles.

The Road Show, directed by Halenda
@ Los Angeles Theater Center.

Call Home, directed by Malpede
@ the Los Angeles Festival.

Call Home, directed by Malpede
@ Beyond Baroque, Venice, CA.
LAPD Inspects London, directed by Malpede 
@ London International Festival.

LAPD Inspects Amsterdam, directed by Malpede
@ Touch Time Festival, Mickery Theater Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and Time Festival, Ghent, Belgium.

LAPD Inspects the Twin Cities, directed by Malpede
@ the Walker Art Center and The Southern Theater.

Call Home, directed by Malpede
@ La Boca, Los Angeles
LAPD Inspects America: Chicago and Washington, directed by Malpede
@ New Performance Space, San Francisco.

LAPD Inspects Chicago, directed by Malpede
@ Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago.

LAPD Inspects Washington D.C., directed by Malpede
@ Arena Stage, Washington D.C.

Jupiter 35
, directed by Malpede and Kevin Williams and Elia Arce
@ San Francisco Art Institute, Sushi (San Diego), Highways (Santa Monica), Los Angeles Festival.

LAPD Inspects Philadelphia
, directed by Malpede
@ Painted Bride Art Center, Philadelphia.

LAPD Inspects San Francisco, directed by Malpede 
@ Boyd St. Theater (LA), Sushi, Museo del Barrio, On the Boards (Seattle), and Portland Art Institute.
John Malpede receives the Adeline Kent award from the San Francisco Art Institute and LAPD receives New York City’s Dance Theater Workshop Bessie Creation Award.

No Stone for Studs Schwartz
, directed by Malpede
@ Boyd St. Theater, UCLA, and San Francisco Art Institute.

South of the Clouds
, directed by Malpede
@ the Boyd St. Theater, Los Angeles.
Performer Jim Beame receives an LA Weekly Best Actor award.