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Belarus Free Theater's “Being Harold Pinter”

Monday, April 18, 2011

Mark Russell, producer of the Public’s Under the Radar festival, and Natalia Koliada, cofounder of the Belarus Free Theater, discuss the company's three productions in repertory at La Mama April 13-May 15. In December the troupe had to sneak out of Belarus to come to New York for the Under the Radar Festival, where they performed “Being Harold Pinter.” They've returned to New York with that play along with "Zone of Silence" and "Discover Love." 

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Natalia Koliada and Mark Russell
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Comments [1]

Brett from Williamsburg

Very much enjoyed "Being Harold Pinter" last night. Could you ask your guests why they think Pinter's most political works are also his least well known?

Apr. 18 2011 12:27 PM

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