DANGEROUS GROUND creates multimedia theatre. With each production it seeks to discover the nomadic region where bodies, images, sounds and words collide and where the theatrical space is the limit of utmost danger. Dangerous Ground Productions was founded in May 2001 by director Doris Mirescu. Permanent members are Crichton Atkinson, Patrick Flynn, Francis Oberle, and Mark Lechner and Ilana Ozernoy. Dangerous Ground has created multimedia works in New York City and abroad, including adaptations of John Cassavetes’ Husbands (Under the Radar Festival at The Public Theater), Fassbinder’s Beware of A Holy Whore and The Third Generation (3!, winner of the 2009 undergroundzero “Best Production” Award), Bertolucci’s Last Tango in Paris, as well as Maurice Blanchot’s Madness of Day, Neil LaBute’s The Distance from Here and Koltès’ Battle of Black and Dogs.