A festival of new plays and translations from across the globe


Sat, Nov. 15 to Sun, Nov. 16, 2008 – 5:00pm to 5:00pm


THE SPACE, 300 W 43 St at 8 Ave, 4 Fl, New York, NY 10036 USA


$5 All Access Suggested Donation – Stay for one, Stay for them all.

Food and Drink Specials, All Day and Night.




5pm:    Opening Festivities


6pm:    Real Andromaca by Ximena Escalante (Mexico);

directed by Tamilla Woodard; translated by Andrea Thome


8pm:    Herjolfur has stopped loving by Sigtryggur Magnason (Iceland);

directed by Jeremy Lydic; translated by Gunnlaug Guomundsdottir


9pm:    Panel Discussion with International Artists:

 Sigtryggur Magnason, Catherine Coray, Randy Gener,

 Caridad Svich, Sergei Grabbe and Ana Margineanu


10pm:   Cocktail Reception


1130pm: You Don't Know What Love Is by Michael Baran (Finland);

directed by Jake Witlen; translated by Eva Buchwald




2am:    Miriam by Lenka Lagronova (Czech Republic);

directed by Ashley Kelly-Tata; translated by Petr Onufer and Mike Baugh


3am:    Streamed/Recorded Performances from Tokyo, Rio, Bucharest and Berlin


10am: Hkleelee-Tell Me & Flight 123 by Leila Buck (Lebanon);

directed by Lauren Keating


11am: Women of War by Jawad Al-Assadi (Iraq);

directed by Esther Neff; translated by Hania Jurdak


1pm:    Mwena by Nick Mwaluko (Tanzania);

directed by Ana Margineanu


2pm:    The Kings by Julio Cortazár (Argentina);

directed by Doug Howe; translated by Caridad Svich


3pm:    Panel Discussion and Excerpts in Spanish from Mexican Playwrights:

Luis Ayhllón, Jose Alfonso Carcamo, Cutberto López Reyes and Ernesto Anaya;

in association with the Lark Play Development Center


For those outside the New York area, you can watch the event live online at:


Sponsorship provided by:

Iceland Naturally, Icelandic Glacial and Brownstone Beans