Ex Antwone: A Hyper-Fragmented Dreamlike Encounter With the Past
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This Broadway production of Kenneth Lonnergan's This Is Our Youth -- starring Michael Cera (Juno, Superbad), Kieran Culkin (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) and Tavi Gevinson (Enough Said) -- takes a lacerating look at 48 hours in the lives of three young Manhattanites in 1982. The product of affluent New York families, the trio is comprised of wannabe thief Warren, wannabe drug dealer Dennis and fashion student Jessica, all living together in doped-up squalor. Adolescence, maturity, responsibility and youth culture in the Reagan era collide in this enduring, revealing play. Directed by Tony Award winner Anna D. Shapiro (August: Osage County), this play is a living snapshot of a pivotal, coming-of-age moment that is at once funny, painful and compassionate. Learn More
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Subsequently to the staging of these plays, BAiT will select and send four emerging U.S. playwrights to Buenos Aires and partner them there with translators and similarly acclaimed experimental theatre companies—culminating in four Spanish language world premieres.
Buenos Aires is renowned as the playwriting epicenter of Latin America. Particularly over the past decade, new theatre from Argentina has captured the attention of South America, Europe, Australasia and now, the United States.
BAiT (Buenos Aires in Translation) epitomizes true international theatrical collaboration, bringing together four of the most dynamic playwrights from Buenos Aires and pairing them with four cutting-edge U.S.-based directors to present a repertory program of English language world premieres. This is the first time that any of these remarkable playwrights will have their plays presented in the United States.
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