This third annual event, curated by Mark Russell, will feature plays and performances from all around the world. Highlights include MacIvor's A Beautiful View, about the turbulent romance between two women; Daisey's Invincible Summer, a monologue about life before 9/11; the SITI Company's Radio Macbeth, adapted from Shakespeare's play and co-directed by Bogart and award-winning sound designer Darron L. West; and O'Keefe's pair of solo shows, Two Songs.
Other artists who will be represented in the festival include American playwrights Allen Johnson, Taylor Mac, and Tarell McCraney; Canada's The Old Trout Puppet Workshop; British performance duo Lone Twin; Bolivia's Teatro de los Andes; and French playwright Olivier Py.
In addition, four shows will be presented at partner theaters. Dead Set #3 at the Kitchen; Rude Mechanicals' Get You War On at 59 E 59; Cynthia Hopkins' Must Don't Whip 'Um at St. Ann's Warehouse; and Nature Theater of Oklahoma's No Dice at Downtown Arts.
All tickets are $15 and will go on sale on Monday, December 18. For more information, call 212-967-7555 or visit www.publictheater.org.
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