Bernard-Marie Koltes


May 8th through May 28th


West Pier

Directed by Jay Scheib

Translated by Marion Schoevaert & Theresa Weber

A suicidal venture capitalist with a hole in his pocket to the tune of ten million dollars in retirement funds politely requests that somebody fill him with cement and punt him into the west river.

… Even the clack-eyed virgins are too coked up on caffeine to grasp what passes for Terror in the age of Dissent.

Battle of Black and Dogs

Directed by Doris Mirescu

Translated by Michael Attias

Live Music by Michael Attias, Anthony Coleman, Jim Pugliese

What has the white dog done with the body? Construcion site. West Africa. A man has been killed. And now amid fireworks, red dust, rifles and whiskey, somebody else must die. Words and visions collide in the heat as blackness strikes and splendor is a bullet exploding at dawn.

In the Solitude of Cotton Fields

Directed by Marion Schoevaert

Translated by Lenora Champagne

A dealer and a client meet. They stop, look at each other. The deal is illegal, words are for sale. Blows and kicks are their only cash. With movements rooted in the martial arts. Live music by Satoshi Takeishi.

Roberto Zucco

Directed & translated by Daniel Safer

“From its beginning, the world has been filled with a succession of calamities, over and above the unavoidable facts of illness, old age and death. But if one carefully considers all the facts, on must be convinced that a the basis of all suffering lies the principle of craving desire. If avarice can be removed, human suffering will come to an end” – The Teaching of Buddha

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