Photo courtesy of the Belarus Free Theatre  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.

DISCOVER LOVE
A drama based on the true story of dissident Irina Krasovskaya and her husband.

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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.