Under the Radar 2008
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Now in its fourth year, Under the Radar is an explosively diverse kaleidoscope of new theater--examples from around the world and the U.S. that spotlight artists ranging from emerging talents to masters in the field. Located at The Public Theater as well as partner venues, Under the Radar offers a crash course in theater that is exciting, independent, and experimental, created by some of the most dynamic artists working today. PARTICIPANTS Church January 9 - 19 Young Jean Lee's Theater Company Written and Directed by Young Jean Lee Disinformation January 10 - 20 Performed by Reggie Watts Directed by Tommy Smith Generation Jeans January 11 - 20 Belarus Free Theatre How Theater Failed America Monday, January 13 at 2 pm Created and performed by Mike Daisey Directed by Jean-Michele Gregory In Spite of Everything January 10-20 The Suicide Kings Directed by Marc Bamuthi Joseph Low: Meditations Trilogy Part 1 January 10 - 20 Conceived, Written and Performed by Rha Goddess Directed and Developed by Chay Yew Poetics: A Ballet Brut January 10 - 20 Conceived and Directed by Kelly Copper and Pavol Liska Created and Performed by Nature Theater of Oklahoma Regurgitophagy January 10 - 20 Conceived, Written and Performed by Michel Melamed Directed by Alessandra Colasanti, Marco Abujamra and Michel Melamed Stoop Stories January 10 - 19 Written and Performed by Dael Orlandersmith Terminus January 9 - 20 Written and directed by Mark O'Rowe Abbey Theatre, Ireland This Place is a Desert January 9 - 20 Conceived and directed by Jay Scheib In collaboration with media artist Leah Gelpe UNDER THE RADAR 2008 PARTNER VENUES: Of All the People in All the World: USA January 9 - 20 Co-produced by arts>World Financial Center small metal objects January 11 - 14 Back to Back Theatre Big, 3rd Episode (happy/ end) January 10 - 13 Superamas Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea January 9-27 1927 Etiquette January 9 - 20 Presented by The Foundry Theatre and Rotozaza Created by Anton Hampton and Silvia Mercuriali Performed by You Classical Theatre of Harlem's Trojan Women January 10-February 10 Adapted and Directed by Alfred Preisser Presented by Harlem Stage and Classical Theatre of Harlem
, NY 10011
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