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Global Perspectives: A Festival from Pinter to Rivera

Theater Emory is the resident professional company where undergraduates work alongside professional theater artists, producing classics with a fresh approach and innovative new work.

September - November, 2014

Pinter Fest

Complete schedule of Pinter Visions: A Symposium, the Pinter Staged Reading Series, film screenings, productions and other related events

October 2-11, 2014

Pinter Revue

Sketch comedy in the British tradition, Pinter Revue is a collection of short works spanning more than thirty years of Pinter's career, from Trouble in the Works (1959) to New World Order (1991). Mountain Language (1988), a play about state terrorism, is described by Pinter as a "series of short, sharp images" exploring "suppression of language and the loss of freedom of expression."

Theater Lab, Schwartz Center for Performing Arts

October 31-November 9, 2014

A Pinter Kaleidoscope

An immersive confrontation with the comedic menace of Harold Pinter.  The audience encounters Pinter’s dystopian nirvana by moving through various locations within the theater space.  From his first play, The Room, to the totalitarian nightmare One for the Road, this devised theater event also features portions of The Birthday Party, The Hothouse, The Caretaker, and other plays, poems and speeches.

Mary Gray Munroe Theater, Dobbs University Center

January 27-February 15, 2015

Global Voices: Spring Staged Readings

Theater Lab, Schwartz Center for Performing Arts

Theater Emory celebrates the fresh perspectives of twelve playwrights from our culturally diverse theater community.  Guest writers, directors and performers explore how we view our history, identity, personal relationships and writing for the 21st century.  

Free; reservations requested.

April 2-12, 2015

Marisol

Rivera’s urban fantasia is set in post-apocalyptic New York. Marisol Perez’ world is in social upheaval because of a senile, inattentive God. This magical and highly charged comic play proposes a new world order of liberation and hope. Rivera is a recipient of two OBIE awards and an OSCAR nomination for his screenplay, The Motorcycle Diaries.

Mary Gray Munroe Theater, Dobbs University Center