Photo courtesy of the Belarus Free Theatre
"TRULY PASSIONATE, TRULY POLITICAL THEATER… Being Harold Pinter isn't just admirable, it has virtues beyond its relevance and bravery." – Ben Brantley, The New York Times
"Being Harold Pinter is a work that straddles political theater and actual activism." – Helen Shaw, Time Out New York
"This simple, objective re-creation of a terrifying reality makes for powerful political theater." – David Sheward, Backstage
The Public Theater and La MaMa present the return of
BELARUS FREE THEATRE
April 13 – May 15
In repertory at The Ellen Stewart Theatre at La MaMa
Following their sold out performances this January as part of the Under the Radar Festival, the award-winning Belarusian company — now outlawed at home for speaking out against "Europe's last dictatorship" — returns to New York to stage three shows in repertory.
BEING HAROLD PINTER
A poignant contemporary commentary on violence, oppression, freedom and human dignity.
ZONE OF SILENCE
A haunting exploration of contemporary life in Belarus.
A drama based on the true story of dissident Irina Krasovskaya and her husband.
CLICK HERE for more information.
HOW TO ORDER
Call 212-475-7710, CLICK HERE, or visit The La MaMa Box Office, 74A East 4th Street (btw Bowery & 2nd Avenue).
BOX OFFICE HOURS:
Thu-Sat 12-9; Mon-Wed 12-5; Sun 12-6
On the day of the performance, tickets may be purchased/picked up at the Ellen Stewart Theatre at 66 East 4th.