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An Evening with Belgian Theatre Artist Jan Fabre

Segal Theater

Join us for an evening with renowned theatre artist Jan Fabre previewing the English language premier of his work I am Blood (Je suis Sang) at Montclair University, Alexander Kasser Theater.

Free

DREAMING THE AMERICAS: DIVERSITY AND DIFFERENCE IN PERFORMANCE

Segal Theater

NoPassport presents a two-day conference with the support of The Immigrants’ Theatre Project, Theatre Without Borders, the Translation Think Tank, and in collaboration with the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center.

Free

Performing Urban Struggle – An Evening with Playwright Anu Yadav

Elebash Recital Hall

Anu Yadav’s one-woman show was developed with and based on the stories of families who protested the government-funded relocation and demolition of their public housing project in Washington, D.C. Anu Yadav will present excerpts from her show.

Free

Celebrating 30 Years of PAJ : A Journal of Performance and Art

Segal Theater

Join us for a celebration of three decades of theatre publishing by PAJ Publications. The evening will feature a conversation on arts writing and publishing with co-founder and editor, Bonnie Marranca, and contributors to PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art.

Free

An Evening with Japanese Playwright Takeshi Kawamura and Richard Foreman

Elebash Recital Hall

Join us for an evening with Japanese playwright Takeshi Kawamura, featuring video clips of his past work, readings, and a discussion of his vision and creative process with legendary New York avant-garde director Richard Foreman (Ontological-Hysteric Theatre, New York), moderated by Carol Martin, associate professor of Drama at the Tisch School of the Arts. Readings directed by Aya Ogawa (Knife Inc., N.Y.) and Kenn Watt (Director, N.Y.).

Free

International Puppet Theatre

Segal Theater

Join us for an evening of puppetry and performing objects featuring world renowned companies Teatro Tinglado (Mexico City) and Great Small Works (New York).

Free

PEN World Voices 2007

Segal Theater

As New York's first international writers' festival, PEN World Voices is an answer to American cultural insularity and an attempt to enrich and sustain a global dialogue. Each spring the Festival brings writers from all over the world to New York City to introduce American audiences to the finest international literature. www.pen.org

Free

Theatre and the Spanish Civil War

Segal Theater

Join us in celebrating the 70th anniversary of the keystone staging of Miguel de Cervantes' Numantia and exploring other examples of the theatre of resistance during the Spanish Civil War.

Free

An Evening with Italian Playwright Roberto Cavosi

Segal Theater

Join us for English language premier readings from a range of Cavosi’s work, including Beautiful Maria (Bellissima Maria), winner of the 2001 Riccione Teatro Prize, A Marriage of Arrangement (Maresciallo Butterfly), Teatrogiornale (a radio show), and his most recent play Epiphany Nights (Notte d’epifania). There will also be a short visual presentation and a panel discussion with the playwright.

Free

An evening with Catalan playwright Sergi Belbel

Segal Theater

Join us for a reading of Mobile by playwright-director Sergi Belbel, translated by Marion Peter Holt and directed by Mallory Catlett. A discussion of the play with the author and translator will follow. As the new director of the National Theatre of Catalonia (TNC), Belbel will also talk about his plans to promote Catalan drama and emerging playwrights.

Free

Confronting History – America before World War II – Three New Plays

Segal Theater

Please join us for an evening with playwrights Tanya Barfield (curator), Said Sayrafiezadeh, and Emily DeVoti, who will present their short plays and excerpts about American social crisis and change from the Civil War, Progressive Era, and World War I. A discussion will follow with Emily Morse and others. With additional support from New Dramatists, New York.

Free

An Evening with Polish Playwright and filmmaker Przemysław Wojcieszek

Segal Theater

Please join us for an evening with Polish playwright, screenwriter, and director Przemysław Wojcieszek. After a reading of excerpts from his plays, he will discuss his work with Linda Chapman, New York Theatre Workshop. Co-presented by the Polish Cultural Institute.

Free

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March

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