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Buran Theatre

BURAN THEATRE is a Brooklyn-based theatre collective creating new works that straddle genre and artistic production. Led by writer/director Adam R. Burnett, performer Jud Knudsen and designer Nick Kostner, Buran is committed to collaborating with various mediums to create process-based performances.

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Buran Theatre Play Collection on Indie Theater Now

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  • Money+Buckets! MONEY BUCKETS!
    By Adam R. Burnett
    The play addresses the 2008 stock market crash, the Obama presidency, the long-last legacy of the Roosevelt administration on politics, Buckminster Fuller's utopia, the potential future for the apolitical citizen in American society, and a call to action.
  • NIGHTMARES%3a+a+demonstration+of+the+Sublime NIGHTMARES: A DEMONSTRATION OF THE SUBLIME
    By Adam R. Burnett
    This play situates itself between terror and comedy (the sublime), beneath the gaze of Henry Fuseli's iconic painting, and in the midst of an enveloping soundscape to plumb the extremities of our contemporary condition and posit the question: are we still capable of being overwhelmed?
  • The+Cotton+Plantation THE COTTON PLANTATION
    By Mars Mraz
    A musical comedy adaptation of The Cherry Orchard that follows a female plantation owner and her ex-slaves over time as they wrestle with what to do with an old iconic American cotton plantation.
  • The+House+of+Fitzcarraldo THE HOUSE OF FITZCARRALDO
    By Buran Theatre Company
    In 1979 Werner Herzog enlisted his megalomaniac best friend, Klaus Kinski, to help him drag a 300-ton steamship over a mountain in the Peruvian jungle.

Latest News About Buran Theatre

Small companies are hitting the road—and playing by their own rules
Informative article in AMERICAN THEATRE by Eliza Bent featuring two plays you can find on Indie Theater Now, Candice Benge's THE EGG PLAY and Adam R. Burnett's NIGHTMARES, and their unique experiences touring their shows.
posted by Indie Theater Now Sep 26, 2013