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BAC Presents: Kafka's Monkey & Fragments

BAC Presents: Kafka's Monkey & Fragments

Dates:

Wednesday, March 27, 2013 - 8:25pm

Spring 2013 Performances

BAC Presents

BAC, IN ASSOCIATION WITH THEATRE FOR A NEW AUDIENCE, PRESENTS 
TWO INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED SHOWS IN APRIL:
KAFKA'S MONKEY + FRAGMENTS - ONLY 18 PERFORMANCES OF EACH!  
 
Kafka's Monkey

 

The Young Vic's
Kafka's Monkey
Based on A Report to an Academy by Franz Kafka
Adapted by Colin Teevan
Directed by Walter Meierjohann
Featuring Kathryn Hunter 

Kafka's Monkey makes its New York Premiere following a triumphant run in London. Olivier Award winner Kathryn Hunter stars as Red Peter in this witty, heartrending, and ironic tale of forced assimilation into an alien culture. Video Preview

 
Kafka's Monkey
Apr 3 - 17  
Tix: 5 / 866 811 4111

 

 

Photo by Keith Pattison
Fragments

 

C.I.C.T. / Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord 
Fragments
Texts by Samuel Beckett
Directed by Peter Brook and Marie-Hélène Estienne 
Featuring Jos Houben, Kathryn Hunter, and Marcello Magni 
 
Returning to BAC is last season's critically acclaimed sold-out run of Fragments. In one of his exquisitely crafted, late career creations, legendary director Peter Brook, with Marie-Hélène Estienne, interprets the 20th Century's greatest playwright, known for his unique mastery of the breathtakingly profound short work. 
 

 

Fragments
Apr 21 - May 5  
Tix: 5 / 866 811 4111

 

Photo by E Rodrigues Agencia Estado
FROM OUR FRIENDS

Symphony Space
Symphony Space Presents
How to Get Started: Ralph Lemon + Arturo O'Farrill
 
John Cage's centenary is celebrated in this rare performance of Cage's 1989 How to Get Started -- a collaborative experiment exploring improvisation and the origin of ideas. Ralph Lemon and Arturo O'Farrill join together for an evening that is transformative, and provides a rare look into the creative mind. 
 
Apr 2 / Tue at 7:30PM   
   
 
 



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