Performances

Submit your performances of Being Harold Pinter with date, time and location and we will list them on this page, with a link if available.

Find Being Harold Pinter at:

January 3, 6:00pm
Portland Center Stage in Portland, OR
Organized and coordinated by Tracy Cameron Francis (Theatre Without Borders, Hybrid Theatre Works) and Aaron Landsman (Elevator Repair Service), in conjunction with Mark Russell, Artistic Director of Under the Radar Festival, and with the support of Michael Rohd, Sojourn Theater, Mead Hunter, and Tim DuRoche of the World Affairs Council of Oregon—with generous in-kind support from Portland Center Stage.

January 3 at 7:30p.m.
The Rudyard Kipling in Louisville, KY
A reading organized by independent theatre artists in the Louisville area.

January 5 – 16, 2:00pm or 7:00pm
Under The Radar Festival in New York, NY
Presented by Belarus Free Theatre

January 9, 7:00pm
Skewed Visions Studio in Minneapolis, MN
Presented by Skewed Visions, 681-17th Ave NE Studio 209, Minneapolis. Email to reserve free ticket: tickets@skewedvisions.org.

January 10 and 11, 7:30pm
Nautilus Music-Theater in Minneapolis/St Paul, MN
Nautilus Music-Theater’s ROUGH CUTS series presents CANTATA FOR BELARUS / Text adapted from “Being Harold Pinter”,  with music by Becky Dale / Directed by Ben Krywosz / Featuring Andrea Leap, Julie Kurtz, Joel Liestman, and JP Fitzgibbons, with music director Gregory Theisen / For more information, call 651-298-9913 or e-mail us at roughcuts@nautilusmusictheater.org

Monday, January 17
Baltimore, MD
Presented by Single Carrot Theatre

Monday, January 17, 7:30pm
Theater J in Washington, DC
Produced by Leigh Jameson and Heathen Rituals in partnership with Theater J. To reserve free tickets, email FreeBelarusDCtix@gmail.com. For more information, contact FreeBelarusDCinto@gmail.com

Monday, January 17
Public Theater in New York, NY
A Benefit for the Belarus Free Theatre

Friday, January 21, 8:00pm
Irving Community Theatre, Irving TX
Presented by Stage Directions Blog in conjunction with Level Ground Arts. Email stage.directions.blog@gmail.com for reservations or more information.

Monday, January 24, 8:00pm
Park Square Theatre, St Paul MN
Upright Egg and Commedia Beauregard
Free, no reservations needed.

Thursday, January 27, 7:00 pm
UT (University Theatre) Hemsley Theatre
Vilas Communication Hall, 821 University Avenue, Madison
Free and open to the public
Supported by: The Department of Theatre and Drama, and the Center for Russia, East Europe and Central Asia (CREECA).

Thursday – Saturday, January 27-29, 8:00pm
PERFORMANCE BY BELARUS FREE THEATRE
Goodman Theatre, Chicago. IL
Tickets and information here.

Monday, January 31, 7:30 pm
Bricolage Production Company, Pittsburgh, PA
Presented in collaboration with World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh.
Please e-mail to reserve free tickets: tami@webbricolage.org

Monday, January 31, 7:00 pm
at Park Square Theatre, St Paul, MN
A collaboration among Bedlam Theatre, Frank Theatre, Pillsbury House Theatre, Heart of The Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre, and Skewed Visions.

6 responses to “Performances

  1. Hello form Chicago!
    We look forward to seeing your work and meeting you! If you are in need of a good plate of pasta, look us up!

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  4. Hello. First, I have to thank you for doing this. We are based in Los Angeles where word of this situation has not — yet— been widely impacting the theatre community and, subsequently, the local press. We hope that our work in February will change that. I have been in contact with Natalya and we have been arranging a performed reading of BEING HAROLD PINTER for February 25th at Los Angeles Theatre Center, 514 S. Spring Street. As of now James Cromwell will be reading and the rest of the cast is to be announced. Information can be found on our site under ‘upcoming project.’ We also hope to create a collective statement by representatives of the local theatre community that will also educate their audiences as well as reach out to a few of the university theatre departments and their students. Amnesty International will likely be joining us for the event and guiding us on the educational materials. Any information you feel we need or insights for how best to get the word out, please let us know. We are looking at this event as a celebration of the work of Belarus Free Theatre, the power of the arts and of international collaborative work. To see a positive future where theatre is celebrated in Belarus and at home as the relevant and vital art form that it is.

    Any links you think we should share on our site as we continue to update the information and send through our newsletter I would be grateful for.

    Again, thank you for all you are doing.
    Bari Hochwald
    Artistic Director

  5. Bari,

    Thanks for your comments and for putting on a reading in LA. We encourage everyone to make this project their own so shape it the way you feel is best for your community. My advice is to provide a weblink to this site on your page announcing the reading and publish the web address in all event related materials. The purpose of this site is to consolidate all efforts regarding the readings nationwide and provide a forum for discussion & sharing views & results of the work. You will see on the home page that we put up as much up to date info as possible to enable everyone to access relevant information on BFT & the situation in Belarus. Also, please be sure to join the facebook page Being Belarus Free Theater (link on the home page) for discussion on the project as this is the most up to date commentary on everyone’s work and activities regarding BFT. Thank you for your work.

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