The slate includes a return visit to Chicago by the
The four-show season opens Jan. 30-Feb. 3 with "Minsk, 2011: A Reply to Kathy Acker," a new piece from the Belarus Free Theatre ("Being Harold Pinter") with text by Natalia Kaliada with Nicolai Khalezin, directed and adapted by Uladzimir Shcherban. It's a lament for the soul of Minsk, in the light of the changes in the city during the repressive Belarusian regime.
From Feb. 15-24, the Market Theatre of Johannesburg will stage "Cadre," penned by Omphile Molusi. This "joint world-premiere" shared by Chicago and Johannesburg is about the life of an activist during the Apartheid era.
From May 11-26, Chicago will host the American premiere of "Road Kill," the human-trafficking piece by Cora Bissett that literally involves transporting an audience to an unknown locale by minibus. The production will move thereafter to St. Ann's Warehouse in
From June 25-29, Piccolo Teatro di Milano will stage the first America presentation of their "Inner Voices," a 1948 play by