Quick – name a Russian playwright. Can you get beyond Chekhov or Gorki? This new week-long festival sets out to change that. For six nights, Theater Unterm Dach and the Schaubühne will host work by young and experimental Moscow artists, all of which zeroes in on sociopolitical issues. Among the productions: Alice and the State, about the absurdity of Russian bureaucracy; The Uzbek, about the difficulties of migration and integration; and a contemporary adaptation of Cinderella.