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MEET THE WRITERS; moderated by Christie Evangelisto (Mon., Sept. 22 @ 7pm)   more info Free  
THE TIGER AMONG US by Lauren Yee (Wed., Sept. 24 @ 3pm)   more info Free  
THE LUCKY LADIES by Dominic Finocchiaro (Wed., Sept. 24 @ 7pm)   more info Free  
PARACHUTE MEN by Mando Alvarado (Thurs., Sept. 25 @ 7pm)   more info Free  
INC. by Diana Grisanti (Fri., Sept. 26 @ 3pm)   more info Free  
CHALK by Walt McGough (Fri., Sept. 26 @ 7pm)   more info Free  
GIRL OF GLASS by Jennifer A. Kokai (Sat., Sept. 27 @ 3pm)   more info Free  
NO MORE SAD THINGS by Hansol Jung (Sat., Sept. 27 @ 7pm)   more info Free  

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About Playwrights’ Week

Playwrights’ Week playwrights participate in an intensive seven-day retreat, designed to foster a peer-based community among the writers, their creative teams, and Lark’s staff, through a series of conversations around the work. Each new play receives ten hours of rehearsal in advance of a public staged reading, focusing on the writer’s self-stated developmental goals.

The playwrights define their own goals for what they want to accomplish, and then spend the week together with each other and their collaborators, working to achieve those goals. Each writer has the company of six other extraordinary writers, who are there not just as a sounding board, but as a community.

Where Does Playwrights’ Week Take Place?

All readings will take place at the Lark BareBones Studio (311 W. 43rd St., 5th Floor (btw. 8th/9th).

FOR SOLD OUT DATES

A wait list will be started at the door thirty minutes prior to each performance. We will release tickets to the wait list five minutes before show time. The Lark has a great history of getting our wait list in. We hope to see you in attendance!

The Playwrights’ Week 2014 Lineup

 

handshake2MEET THE WRITERS

Monday, September 22 @ 7PM

Hear the playwrights read excerpts from their work and mingle with them at our kick off reception. 

The Lark will also live-stream the event via  this webpage and Howlround.TV’s live-streaming channel starting at 7PM ET on Monday, September 22nd and/or join the live-twitter conversation by using #TheatreTalk and #newplay, which will also start at 7PM ET on Monday, September 22nd. We will ask the seven playwrights two questions from those compiled during the Twitter chat. Tune in and come ready with your questions!

 

Lauren YeeTHE TIGER AMONG US

by Lauren Yee

Wednesday, September 24th @ 3PM

Being the only Hmong kids in town is tough, especially in Minnesota. But when a stranger’s arrival, mid-hunting season, threatens their tenuous existence, Lia and her brother Pao find themselves caught between their family and their dreams in this modern-day midwestern folktale.

 

Dominic FinocchiaroTHE LUCKY LADIES

by Dominic Finocchiaro

Wednesday, September 24th @ 7PM

Cindy, Dina, and Gina are contestants on America’s longest-running reality television dating show. However, when their Prince Charming suddenly goes missing, the girls must ask themselves: how long am I willing to wait for love, and just what am I willing to lose?

 

Mando AlvaradoPARACHUTE MEN

 by Mando Alvarado

Thursday, September 25th @ 7PM

After the death of his mother, Eric – the oldest of three – traveled the world in search of global disasters to avoid his own familial responsibilities. When he returns, he finds the he’s no longer “the man of the house.”

 

Diana GrisantiINC. 

by Diana Grisanti

Friday, September 26th @ 3PM

Ada works at a call center. Ada gets a call. Ada tries to help. Ada screws it up. INC. is the story of what happens when good intentions go terribly, terribly wrong.

 

Walt McGoughCHALK

by Walt McGough

Friday, September 26th @ 7PM

Maggie survived the end of the world, but now her daughter’s back and something isn’t right. The two women square off with survival on the line and nothing between them but a crude chalk circle hastily drawn on the ground.

 

Jennifer A. KokaiGIRL OF GLASS

by Jennifer A. Kokai

Saturday, September 27th @ 3PM

Edgar, a delivery man, meets Truly who works in a strange shop, that she is never allowed to leave, filled with glowing glass jars. Every week Edgar visits her, falling more and more in love, but Truly is not who she seems to be.

 

Hansol JungNO MORE SAD THINGS

by Hansol Jung

Saturday, September 27th @ 7PM

A girl catches a last-minute flight to Maui. A boy finds the girl on the shores of Ka’anapali. Something strange and familiar pulls them closer, close enough to forget things that won’t stay forgotten.

Have questions about Playwrights' Week 2014? Contact Lark Play Development Center

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