Offerings at the Public will include Ameriville, written, created and performed by UNIVERSES, and directed and developed by Chay Yew; Correspondances by Kettly Noël and Nelisiwe Xaba; Diciembre, written and directed by Guillermo Calderón; Jump, written by David Greenspan, performed and composed by Nora York, and directed by JoAnne Akalaitis; Too late! antigone (contest #2), devised and directed by Enrico Casagrande & Daniela Nicolò, with Silvia Calderoni and Vladimir Aleksic; Suzan-Lori Parks: WATCH ME WORK, conceived and performed by Suzan-Lori Parks; and Watt, by Samuel Beckett, performed by Barry McGovern, and directed by Tom Creed.
Works presented at La MaMa E.T.C. will include Being Harold Pinter , adapted and directed by Vladimir Shcherban; Dutch A/V, by Reggie Watts and Tommy Smith; Living In Exile, by Jon Lipsky, directed by Christopher McElroen; Gob Squad's Kitchen (You've Never Had It So Good), by Gob Squad; Show Your Face, by Betontanc and Umka LV; and The Walk Across America for Mother Earth, written by Taylor Mac, directed by Paul Zimet.
Additional shows will include Bonanza : A documentary for five screens by Antwerp based multimedia collective Berlin, at the Robert Moss Theatre; Vice Versa - Based on Cock and Bull by Will Self, by France's Collectif idil! eldi, at Dixon Place; Your brother. Remember? , by Zachary Oberzan, at Dixon Place; Vision Disturbance, by Christina Masciotti, directed by Richard Maxwell, performed by Linda Mancini and Jay Smith, Abrons Arts Center Henry Street Settlement; Phobophilia, by Canada's 2boys.tv, at HERE Arts Center; and Daniel Kitson's The Interminable Suicide of Gregory Church, at St. Ann's Warehouse.
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