The Underground Zero Festival

About This Show

The Underground Zero Festival is a proof-of-concept for independent theater in repertory, a new model of production that is proposed as a way to extend the life of successful downtown plays. Founded by Paul Bargetto, Curator of the festival, and Caterina Bartha, Co-Founding Director of Collective:Unconscious, the festival is comprised of successful productions that could be viable in a Downtown theater devoted to rotating repertory.


It Came From New York (July 19)
Broken Dog Legs and Jamal Lullabies (July 20-22)
Bottoms over Broadway: Burlesque Goes Legit (July 20-21)
The Ted Haggard Monologues (July 21)
The Sistahs & Let Us Go Then, You and I (July 21)
Jewels and Gem’s Film Makers Coop (July 23)
The Moxie Show (July 24)
The Sistahs & Why He Drinks Coffee (July 26)
Let Us Go Then, You and I & The Ted Haggard Monologues (July 26)
The Flying Machine (July 27-29)
Commedia dell’Artemisia (July 27-28)
Drama of Works & exploding Puppet Productions (July 30)
League of Independent Theater Convocation (July 31)
Go! (August 2-4)
Sick: Sick of It All (August 2-4)
International WOW (August 5)

Show Details

Dates: Opening Night: July 19, 2007 Final Performance: August 5, 2007

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