The Joburg Theatre in Johannesburg, South Africa will present Stay by Jenny Kirlin, Not Entirely Platonic: Variations on a Confession by Kitt Lavoie, The West Wing by Jenny Kirlin, and Party Girl by Kitt Lavoie on November 17.
The University of Johannesburg (UJ Arts & Culture) in Johannesburg, South Africa will present [pwnd] by Kitt Lavoie. UJ Arts presented Lavoie’s realer than that in November 2011.
Researchers from the Rothera Research Station of the British Antarctic Survey on the Antarctic Peninsula will kick off the Worldwide Festival with readings of Color Blind by Will Clark, Kat for Short by Kitt Lavoie, and Year After Year by Melisa Breiner-Sanders on November 1.
CRY HAVOC is teaming with Tokyo actor Yu Shibuya to present a production of The Spaceship Lands on Christmas by Sydney Painter that will take place on two continents at once. The two-actor play will be performed live by actors in New York City, NY, USA and Tokyo, Japan interacting via a video connection, with live audiences in each city.
Jakarta International School in Jakarta, Indonesia will present a live presentation of the short screenplay Nest for the Holidays by Jenny Kirlin - about an exotic fruit dove in New York City longing for her Indonesian home.
The Actors Workshop in Beirut, Lebanon will participate in the festival. Details TBD.
Little Feat Theatre in Melbourne, Australia will present [pwnd] by Kitt Lavoie and All Over Me (How Does It Feel) by Jerzy Gwiazdowski on November 17 and November 18.
The British American Drama Academy in London, England will present In the Mean Time by Sharon E. Cooper.
The Keller Theatre in Giessen, Germany, will present All Over Me (How Does It Feel) by Jerzy Gwiazdowski, Occupied by Sharon E. Cooper, Sunshine by Kitt Lavoie, and The West Wing by Jenny Kirlin on November 17.
Theater Dramadrivhuset in Oslo, Norway will present Norwegian translations of Good Enough by Kitt Lavoie, All Over Me (How Does It Feel) by Jerzy Gwiazdowski, and Sunshine by Kitt Lavoie on November 17-November 19. CRY HAVOC Artistic Director Kitt Lavoie will travel to Oslo to direct these three productions, and will teach a master class through Dramadrivhuset Theater and The Norwegian Actors Institute (Norsk Skuespillerinstitutt), Norway’s only accredited Method Acting training program, in conjunction with these productions.
The Transfjúz Company in Budapest, Hungary will present Hungarian translations of Bank & Trust by Kitt Lavoie, Occupied by Sharon E. Cooper, and Party Girl by Kitt Lavoie on November 17-November 19.
The CRY HAVOC Company will present its touring production of realer than that by Kitt Lavoie at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, PA, USA on November 7 and November 8. This tour is part of a sexual assault awareness program built around the play realer than that which CRY HAVOC is bringing to university campuses.
Big Lake Theater in Chicago, IL, USA will present Southern Cross by Timothy Davis on November 18.
The CRY HAVOC Company will present Sunshine by Kitt Lavoie at its rehearsal and performance studio in New York City, NY, USA on November 17. This presentation will feature the short play, about a former couple waking up next to each other for the first time in two years, performed twice, with the male and female actor switching roles for the two runs. The play will be followed by a discussion of how the gender switch impacted the way the story was experienced.
The Hallway Studio Theatre in New York City, NY, USA will present And it came to pass in those days… by Kitt Lavoie on November 3. The presentation will feature four back-to-back presentations of the five-minute play by four different director-actor teams, followed by a discussion of the similarities and differences between the four productions and the choices that led to them.
Intime Theatre at Princeton University in Princeton, NJ, USA will present a Latin translation of And so it came to pass in those days… by Kitt Lavoie. The play is translated by former CRY HAVOC Intern Sean Drohan.
The Harlowquinn Theatre in Whitefish, MT, USA will present The West Wing by Jenny Kirlin and Puppy Love by Becky Sterling-Rygg on November 9.
The University of Regina in Regina, SK, Canada will present a reading of Just Julian by Regina-native Jennifer Reichert.
The CRY HAVOC Company will present a collection of holiday-themed plays – The Most Wonderful Time by Jennifer Reichert, Snowfall by Josh Bywater, and Winter Break by Kitt Lavoie – at its rehearsal and performance studio in New York City, NY, USA on November 30.
Ithaca College Underground in Ithaca, NY, USA will present Color Blind by Will Clark, Let Every Heart Prepare Him Room by Katelin Wilcox, and Year After Year by Melisa Breiner-Sanders on November 30. The same two actors will play the roles in each of these plays about couples at the holidays.
CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA
The Little Theatre Group in San Jose, Costa Rica will present two plays by Jenny Kirlin, Stay and The West Wing. The Little Theatre is the oldest English-language theater in Central and South America.