The Public Theater Kicks Off UNDER THE RADAR 2012 Tomorrow 1/4

The Public Theater Kicks Off UNDER THE RADAR 2012 Tomorrow 1/4

The Public Theater (Oskar Eustis, Artistic Director; Patrick Willingham, Executive Director), Producer Mark Russell, and the Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP President and CEO Mario Garcia Durham) will begin performances for the 2012 UNDER THE RADAR FESTIVAL on Wednesday, January 4. This highly-anticipated 12-day festival, running through January 15, is committed to tracking new theater from across the U.S. and around the world.

All single tickets to UNDER THE RADAR shows at The Public Theater are $20; Member tickets are $15. Tickets may be purchased at The Public Theater Box Office at 425 Lafayette Street; online at or by phone at 212-967-7555. Tickets to UNDER THE RADAR shows at partner venues are $20-$25 and should be purchased directly from the venue.

Now in its eighth year, UNDER THE RADAR is an explosively diverse festival of new theater from around the world and the U.S. that spotlights artists ranging from emerging talents to masters in the field. Located at The Public Theater as well as partner venues, UNDER THE RADAR offers a crash course in theater that is exciting, independent, and experimental, created by some of the most dynamic artists working today.

Located inside The Public Theater, THE LUESTHER LOUNGE will once again offer a place for patrons and artists of UNDER THE RADAR to come together, create new connections, and exchange new ideas. The lounge will also feature live musical acts as well as a DJ. A cash bar will be available. THE LUESTHER LOUNGE, located in The Public’s LuEsther Hall, will be open Thursday, January 5 through Monday, January 9; and Thursday, January 12 through Sunday, January 15 from 9 p.m. until late night.


AT The Public Theater

(Single tickets $20; Member tickets $15)

January 4-15 (Running Time: 75 minutes)
Created by Bambï and Waterwell (New York)

Based on Looking for Mr. Goodbar by Judith Rossner
Music by Jimmie Marlowe, Lyrics by Kevin Townley

Directed by Arian Moayed and Tom Ridgely

Featuring Bambï: Hanna Cheek, Cara Jeiven, Jimmie Marlowe, Tobi Parks and Kevin Townley

$20 Tickets: or 212-967-7555

Wed. Jan 4th 7:30pm| Thurs. Jan 5th 7:30pm| Sat. Jan 7th 7:30pm| Sun. Jan 8th 7:30pm|
Mon. Jan 9th 7:30pm| Tues. Jan 10th 7:30pm| Thurs. Jan 12th 7:30pm| Fri. Jan 13th 7:30pm|
Sat. Jan 14th 7:30pm| Sun. Jan 15th 7:30pm

Waterwell, one of the Village Voice’s Best Arguments for Devised Theater (2010) and creators of #9 and The|King|Operetta, present their latest drop, the live concept album, GOODBAR. Created in collaboration with NYC glam-punk band, Bambï, GOODBAR blurs the boundaries between music and theatre while tackling one of the most controversial cult artifacts of the '70s: Looking for Mr. Goodbar. Riffing wildly on the novel by Judith Rossner, Bambï & Waterwell crank the amps up to 10 and launch a full frontal assault on modern myths of sex, independence, and persona. GOODBAR also integrates video performances by Ira Glass, Moby, Bobby Cannavale, and many others.

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