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JoAnne Akalaitis, David Greenspan, Taylor Mac, Barry McGovern, Suzan-Lori Parks, Chay Yew et al. Set for 2011 Under the Radar Festival

David Greenspan
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The Public Theater has announced the line-up for the 2011 Under the Radar festival, to run January 5-16 at The Public Theater as well as at partner venues around the city. Now in its seventh year, this festival of new theater from around the world and the U.S. is produced by Mark Russell.

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, at HERE Arts Center; and Daniel Kitson's The Interminable Suicide of Gregory Church, at St. Ann's Warehouse.

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