U.S. Premiere of REIGEN ad lib by Dood Paard

U.S. Premiere

U.S. Premiere
REIGEN ad lib Performed by Dood Paard

Thursday and Friday, April 28 and 29, 8 pm
Saturday, April 30, 3 pm and 8 pm
Peter B. Lewis Theater
Enter via ramp at 5th Ave and 88th St.

The Amsterdam-based avant-garde theater collective Dood Paard, working with no director or set designer, presents a provocative staging of Arthur Schnitzler's seminal text Reigen (Full Circle, 1897). Banned for more than 20 years, except for one unauthorized performance in Budapest in 1912, this scandalous play of love and lust assembles ten consummate dialogues between a motley collection of characters, all with the same goal: sex.

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Tickets:
$30, $25 members, $10 students 17–25 with valid ID, under 17 not admitted.
Box office: 212 423 3587

Thursday, April 28, 8 pm
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Friday, April 29, 8 pm*
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Saturday, April 30, 3 pm
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Saturday, April 30, 8 pm
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REIGEN ad lib is generously supported by The Peter Jay Sharp Foundation. This program is also supported in part by public funds from the Netherlands Cultural Services and by a grant from the Netherland-America Foundation. It is presented in conjunction with the exhibition The Great Upheaval: Modern Art from the Guggenheim Collection, 1910–1918, made possible by a grant from the Joseph and Sylvia Slifka Foundation.

*Please join us immediately following the Friday, April 29 performance for a conversation with cast members of Dood Paard, moderated by Gordon Rogoff, Professor of Dramaturgy and Dramatic Criticism at the Yale School of Drama and invited guest Erwin Maas, Specialist for Theater & Music, Consulate General of the Netherlands.

Dood Paard, REIGEN ad lib. Photo: Sanne Peper

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