Employee of the Year
HALORY GOERGER & ANTOINE DEFOORT (BELGIUM & FRANCE)
LARS JAN/EARLY MORNING OPERA (USA)
The Institute of Memory (TIMe)
DOROTHÉE MUNYANEZA(RWANDA & FRANCE)
God Bless Baseball
AHAMEFULE J. OLUO(USA)
Now I'm Fine
ROYAL OSIRIS KARAOKE ENSEMBLE (USA)
The Art of Luv (Part 1)
Nanook of the North
LIZA PAUL & BAHIA WATSON (CANADA)
pomme is french for apple
The Under the Radar + Joe’s Pub series highlights the multidisciplinary music/theater hybrids that emerge from this renowned venue’s programming. These artists are exploring the intersection of music and theater to bring their unique stories to the stage.
NIKKI APPINO & SAORI TSUKADA
I AM A BOYS CHOIR
demonstrating the imaginary body or how i became an ice princess
ANDREW SCOVILLE, DAVID TENNENT, JOE DRYMALA
People Doing Math Live!
They Are Gone But Here Must I Remain
Bird in the House
I Do Mind Dying - Danse Précarité
Work-in-process presentations from members of the Devised Theater Working Group (DTWG), a program of the Devised Theater Initiative.Click for more info on Public Theater's Devised Theater Initiative.
Under the Radar partners with the legendary Strand Book Shop to create a pop-up library, filled with book collections curated by the festival artists. With drink specials and small plates by the Library’s Chef Andrew Carmellini, this is the perfect place to pass the time between shows. On the Levin Mezzanine at The Public. Food and drink service:6 - 11p daily3 - 11p on Saturday 1/16 & Sunday 1/17
UTR and CULTUREBOT present a series of round table conversations on the most current and compelling ideas at work in the field of contemporary theater and the conditions in which it is being made.
Join leading practitioners, thinkers and supporters of cutting edge theater for lively discussions on the state of the field and what the future might hold.
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC at The Public Theater
Saturday, January 16 & Sunday, January 17—12pm
RUNNING TIME: 60 MINUTES
Connect with the artists of the festival and the ideas behind their work with moderated post-show talkbacks. Visit show pages for schedule.
The LuEsther T. Mertz Charitable Trust provides leadership support for The Public Theater’s year-round activities.