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Playwrights' Workshop 2014

Lark Play Development Center

Playwrights' Workshop 2014

Ticket Information

Type Quantity
BORN IN EAST BERLIN by Rogelio Martinez (Mon., May 12 @ 7:30PM) Free  
AWE/STRUCK by christopher oscar peña (Tues., May 13 @ 7:30PM) Free  
LIGHTNING WALKS by August Schulenburg (Wed., May 14 @ 7:30PM) Free  
TOKYO FISH STORY by Kimber Lee (Tues., May 20 @ 7:30PM) Free  

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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 2013-2014 Plays

Monday, May 12th @ 7:30PM

Born In East Berlin
by Rogelio Martinez

In 1988 Bruce Springsteen played a legendary concert in East Germany and 300,000 people showed up. In Nice to be in East Berlin, Martinez explores a great historical and cultural shift by looking at the lives of those who succeed and those who fail when the end of the cold war backs up against the force of American rock.

Tuesday, May 13th @ 7:30PM

by christopher oscar peña

Denia arrives in Chicago from far away, looking to create a place for herself in this unfamiliar land. Monique has never left Chicago but is feeling more and more like a stranger in her own home. A chance encounter between them transforms their lives forever in this lyrical and arresting new play about identity and perception.

Wednesday, May 14th @ 7:30PM

Lightning Walks
by August Schulenburg

After an environmental accident leads to a young man's death in New Orleans, activist Rebekah and her daughter Tanyah find unlikely allies in a platform worker’s daughter and a petrochemical company’s crisis manager. As Rebekah uncovers where the culpability for the accident lies, Tanyah's protest movement spirals out of control. Lightning Walks is a play about environmental justice, the legacies of place, and the combustible nature of protest and power.

Tuesday, May 20th @ 7:30PM

tokyo fish story
by Kimber Lee

In a declining Tokyo neighborhood, down a dingy side street, Sushi Koji restaurant stands stubbornly resisting the passage of time. Master chef Koji runs his kitchen as he has for 30 years, along with his son Takashi. And then a woman in a blue moon dress appears, upsetting the routine, and change follows on her heels as she sweeps into their lives on a breeze from the sea.

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


Lark Play Development Center
311 W 43rd St
New York, NY 10036

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