Columbia Stages

The Corsair
inspired by "The Corsair" by Lord Byron (and many other things)


Conceived & Directed by Katie Naka (MFA Directing Candidate, 2013)

"With nothing left to love, there's nought to dread." - Lord Byron

A journey into the hearts of both the classic and the modern anti-hero, The Corsair is a hybrid-theatre-medium-mash-up fantasy that trips through all sides of being a badass. Through movement, video, music, swords, sexiness, and good old-fashioned storytelling, Katie Naka and crew take you on an adventure through dark swirling waters and the torture-born freedom of having nothing left to lose.

80 Greenwich Street

February 13-16, 2013

$15 General Admission/$5 Seniors
Free with student ID - use code student

2/13 Wednesday @ 8:00pm
2/14 Thursday @ 8:00pm
2/15 Friday @ 8:00pm
2/16 Saturday @ 2:00pm
2/16 Saturday @ 8:00pm




Antigone/Progeny Joan: Voices in the Fire The Corsair Marie Christine
Sakharam Binder The Golem of Havana The Poor of New York New Plays Now 2013

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