Lili Taylor will star in Farmhouse/Whorehouse at Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Lili Taylor will star in Farmhouse/Whorehouse at Brooklyn Academy of Music.
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Brooklyn Academy of Music has announced the lineup for it's 2017 Next Wave Festival.

The American premiere of Thomas Ostermeier's production of Richard III, presented by Schaubühne Berlin, will run October 11-14. Adapted and translated by Marius von Mayenburg, the drama stars Lars Eidinger in the title role, with sets by Jan Pappelbaum, costumes by Florence von Gerkan, music by Nils Ostendorf, video by Sébastien Dupouey, dramaturgy by Florian Borchmeyer, and lighting design by Erich Schneider.

Albert Camus' State of Siege, directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota, will run November 2-4 in a production by Théâtre de la Ville, Paris. The work has set design by Yves Collet, lighting design by Collet and Christophe Lemaire, sound design by David Lesser, costume design by Fanny Brouste, and video design by Mike Guermyet.

Ivo van Hove's production of Ayn Rand's The Fountainhead, presented by Toneelgroep Amsterdam, will run November 28-December 2. Adapted by Koen Tachelet, the work is translated by Erica van Rijsewijk and Jan van Rheenen, with dramaturgy by Peter Van Kraay. The production has set and lighting by Jan Versweyveld, costumes by An D'Huys, video by Tal Yarden, and music by Eric Sleichim.

Geoff Sobelle's Home will play December 6-10, under the direction of Lee Sunday Evans, who will also direct Suzanne Bocanegra's Farmhouse/Whorehouse: An Artist's Lecture, starring Lili Taylor (December 12-16).