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November 10, 2015

Contemporary Theatre from Brasil

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Contemporary Theatre from Brasil

Contemporary Theatre from Brasil

at Segal Center Theatre @ CUNY 11/9/2015

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The Segal Center bridges the gap between the academic and performing arts communities through dynamic public programs and digital initiatives that are free and open to all.
Executive Director & Director of Programs Frank Hentschker
Managing Director Rebecca Sheahan

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The Meal by Newton Moreno, translated by Elizabeth Jackson
Galápagos by Renata Mizrahi, translated by Luciana Malta

Directed by Tea Alagić.

The Front Door by Julia Spadaccini, translated by Ana Candida Carneiro
Fluxorama by Jô Bilac, translated by Elizabeth Jackson

Directed by Kaneza Schaal.

The readings will be followed by a panel discussion with the playwrights Jô Bilac and Renata Mizrahi.

The evening is co-curated by Brazilian producer Marcia Abujamra, in collaboration with Tom Sellar, editor of Yale’s Theater magazine, and guest co-editor Claudia Tatinge Nascimento in celebration of Theater magazine’s special fall edition of contemporary Brazilian dramas in newly commissioned English

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