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Ibsen is greedy, Shakespeare is tortured, and Gogol is mad in the BAM 2011 Spring Season-a wonderland for theater lovers-featuring five US theater premieres, an aquatic opera masterpiece, and globe-spanning dance. Only in Brooklyn, only at BAM.
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Alan Rickman and Fiona Shaw join the Abbey Theatre in Henrik Ibsen's John Gabriel Borkman.
Geoffrey Rush comes unglued in The Diary of a Madman, adapted by director Neil Armfield.
Robert Lepage returns to BAM with The Nightingale and Other Short Fables by Stravinsky.
Shakespeare troupe Propeller presents The Comedy of Errors, directed by Edward Hall.
Olivier Award-winning Cheek by Jowl presents a scintillating take on Shakespeare's Macbeth.
Sir Derek Jacobi is King Lear in a new production from director Michael Grandage.
DanceAfrica returns for its 34th year, featuring Cuba's Ballet Folkórico Cutumba and more.
The Creole Choir of Cuba offers exuberant takes on myriad Caribbean styles.
Ballet Nacional de Cuba performs choreography by legendary General Director Alicia Alonso.