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EDITOR’S NOTE

Seven shows in Ice Factory lineup 

The 24th annual Ice Factory Festival will take place June 28–Aug. 12 at New Ohio Theatre (154 Christopher St., Greenwich and Washington streets) and will present seven new works over seven weeks. The works are Fernando, by Steven Haworth (June 28–July 1); A Footnote in History (July 5–8), created by anecdota with music by Rima Fand; True Right (July 12–15), created by Bess and George, written by Adin Lenahan; Tear a Root from the Earth (July 19–22), a “participatory rock concert with a live theatrical narrative”; The Anthropologists Save the World! (July 26–29), conceived by the collaborative group; Yellow Card Red Card, by Melisa Tien; and Danger Signals (Aug. 9–12), created by Built for Collapse and written by Nina Segal. Performances are at 7 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. Tickets are $20 ($16 for students and seniors), and may be purchased by calling 212-352-3101, or visiting NewOhioTheatre.org. —Edward Karam