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October 6, 2008

Shifting Sands: New Plays by Betty Shamieh

Palestinian-American playwright Betty Shamieh’s works explore fraught, modern-day issues, often through a historical lens. The series will include readings of Betty Shamieh’s history plays Kingmakers and Territories, a post play discussion, and panel with renowned theatremakers about the politics of mainstream success for political and experimental American artists.

Date: October 6, 2008
Venue: Segal Theater
Cost: Free
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October 14, 2008

The Talking Band: Flip Side and beyond

Join us for an evening with Paul Zimet and Ellen Maddow of The Talking Band as they discuss their current production, Flip Side, a comedy of longing, misperceptions, and mismatches.

Start: Oct 14, 2008
End: Oct 14, 2008
Venue: Segal Theater
Cost: Free
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October 27, 2008

Theatre of the Eighth Day/ The Files (Poland)

Join us for an evening with Poland’s venerable Theatre of the Eighth Day from Poznan. The company will discuss their new work The Files–an avant-garde docudrama which uses real Communist-era police files kept on the theatre company by the secret police to reveal the extent of government surveillance and harassment they endured.

Start: Oct 27, 2008
End: Oct 27, 2008
Venue: Segal Theater
Cost: Free
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October 28, 2008

The Theatre of Jean Claude van Itallie

Join the Segal Center and The Soul of the American Actor for a day-long symposium with readings, panels and screenings focusing on the work of New York playwright and director Jean-Claude van Itallie.

Start: Oct 28, 2008
End: Oct 28, 2008
Venue: Segal Theater
Cost: Free
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November 3, 2008

Aurelien Bory + Phil Soltanoff : Nouveau Cirque in Contemporary Performance (France, USA)

Join us for an evening with Aurelien Bory and Phil Soltanoff, moderated by Bertie Ferdman. Nouveau Cirque is a growing international phenomenon, especially predominant in France, that blends theatre, dance, music, and traditional circus skills into one unique performance experience.

Start: Nov 3, 2008
End: Nov 3, 2008
Venue: Segal Theater
Cost: Free
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November 8, 2008

TeatroStageFest/ HOLA/ Produce! Workshop

Join us for a one-day workshop for non-conformist performers determined to take their vision from the page to the stage.Co-presented by The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, TeatroStageFest and the Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors (HOLA), with support from the City University of New York and Instituto Cervantes. An official event of the 2008 NYC Latin American Cultural Week.

Start: Nov 8, 2008
End: Nov 8, 2008
Venue: Segal Theater
Cost: Free
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November 10, 2008

PAJ/ Maria Irene Fornes/ What of the Night?

Join us for a celebration of the publication of a new collection of plays by Maria Irene Fornes, What of the Night?,that highlights the dramaturgical and publishing aspect of bringing together the author’s texts for publication. Presented in collaboration with Bonnie Marranca, PAJ Publications.

Start: Nov 10, 2008
End: Nov 10, 2008
Venue: Segal Theater
Cost: Free
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November 17, 2008

Kama Ginkas + John Freedman: Chekhov Stories (Russia)

Join us for an evening with renowned Russian director Kama Ginkas, who, with John Freedman and Daniel Gerould, will discuss his theatrical adaptations of prose works by Anton Chekhov. In collaboration with Yale School of Drama.

Start: Nov 17, 2008
End: Nov 17, 2008
Venue: Segal Theater
Cost: Free
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November 24, 2008

Caribbean Playwright Exchange/ Soho Think Tank

Join us for evening with readings of excerpts from new works by Pascale Anin, Arielle Bloesch and Curtis Clarendon, three emerging writers from the Caribbean. These three playwrights will be paired for a week in New York with their American translator, three downtown directors, and a cast of American actors for a staged reading at the Segal Center.

Start: Nov 24, 2008
End: Nov 24, 2008
Venue: Segal Theater
Cost: Free
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December 1, 2008

Ozen Yula: Concubine Sultan Hurrem (TurkEY)

Join us for an evening with Turkish playwright Özen Yula discussing the life of the legendary 16th-century figure Sultan Hürrem, the concubine of Süleyman the Magnificent, who was rumored to be of Polish descent.

Start: Dec 1, 2008
End: Dec 1, 2008
Venue: Segal Theater
Cost: Free
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December 8, 2008

Acting Teachers of America

Join the Segal Center and The Soul of the American Actor for an extraordinary one-day-symposium examining the craft of acting and actor training in the twentieth century and beyond, as taught by American master acting teachers, directors, and actors.

Start: Dec 8, 2008
End: Dec 8, 2008
Venue: Segal Theater
Cost: Free
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December 15, 2008

Kai Hensel: Klamm’s War and Which Is the Best Drug for me? (Germany)

Please join us for an evening with German playwright Kai Hensel and monologues from his plays Klamm’s War and Which is the Best Drug for Me? Hensel’s plays have received more than 150 productions in Germany, Switzerland and Austria and have been translated into several languages. Directed by Andreas Robertz. With support from the Goethe-Institut, New York.

Start: Dec 15, 2008
End: Dec 15, 2008
Venue: Segal Theater
Cost: Free
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December 16, 2008

Beyond Boundaries: Klezmer Music in the 21st Century

Please join us for a symposium and concert featuring distinguished Klezmer performers, scholars, composers and cultural mediators.

Start: Dec 16, 2008
End: Dec 16, 2008
Venue: Segal Theater
Cost: Free
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January 10, 2009

New Plays from Japan by Matsuda Masataka, Mikuni Yanaihara + Akio Miyazawa

Join us for an afternoon discussion and celebration of the Spotlight Japan Festival: Facing the New World, featuring new works in translation by three aesthetically and socially provocative Japanese playwrights: Masataka Matsuda, Akio Miyazawa, and Mikuni Yanaihara.

Start: Jan 10, 2009
End: Jan 10, 2009
Venue: CVS Cultural Center
Cost: Free
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January 26, 2009

Kantor Symposium: The Art and Theatre of Tadeusz Kantor (Poland)

Join us for an international symposium focusing on the art and theatre of one of the most important theatre figures of the 20th century, Tadeusz Kantor (1915-1990). With Daniel Gerould and other international scholars, tba. Co-presented and supported by the Polish Cultural Institute, NY.

Start: Jan 26, 2009
End: Jan 26, 2009
Venue: Segal Theater
Cost: Free
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January 27, 2009

I AM A MISTAKE: An Evening with Jan Fabre

Join us for an afternoon & evening with internationally-acclaimed Belgian artist Jan Fabre as we celebrate his rich body of work and the upcoming publication of I AM A MISTAKE: Seven Works for the Theatre (MESTC Press).

Start: Jan 27, 2009
End: Jan 27, 2009
Venue: Segal Theater
Cost: Free
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February 2, 2009

Urwintore: Peter Weiss’ The Investigation (Rwanda)

Join us for an evening with director Dorcy Rugamba and members of the Urwintore theatre company. In The Investigation, a cast of Rwandan actors per forms Peter Weiss’s compelling reconstruction of the Frankfurt war crimes tri als concerning the role of German citizens in the atrocities of Auschwitz.

Start: Feb 2, 2009
End: Feb 2, 2009
Venue: Segal Theater
Cost: Free
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February 3, 2009

Toshiki Okada: Five Days in March (Japan)

Join us for an inside look at the works of writer/director Toshiki Okada, founder of chelfitsch theater company, one of the most visible companies in Japan right now. Moderated by Kate Loewald (Artistic Director, The Play Company) with translator Aya Ogawa. The Play Company will produce Okada’s Enjoyin 2009.

Start: Feb 3, 2009
End: Feb 3, 2009
Venue: Segal Theater
Cost: Free
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February 13, 2009

DREAMING THE AMERICAS : Legacy & Revolution IN PERFORMANCE

NoPassport and Martin E. Segal Theatre Center present a two-day conference with the support of The Armenian Dramatic Arts Alliance, The Internationalists, The Polish Cultural Institute and Theatre Without Borders.

Start: Feb 13, 2009
End: Feb 14, 2009
Venue: Segal Theater
Cost: Free
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February 20, 2009

75 Year Celebration of Virgil Thomson’s + Gertrude Stein’s Four Saints in Three Acts

Join us to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Broadway premiere of Gertrude Stein and Virgil Thomson’s Four Saints in Three Acts. After premiering February 7, 1934 at the Wadsworth Antheneum in Hartford, the opera debuted at New York’s 44th Street Theatre on February 20th, 1934.

Start: Feb 20, 2009
End: Feb 20, 2009
Venue: Elebash Recital Hall
Cost: Free
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