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Status
Arts Organization
Discipline(s)
Theater
Your Artistic Background/Mission
A laboratory for new voices and new ideas, the Lark Play Development Center provides American and international playwrights with indispensable resources to develop their work, nurturing artists at all stages in their careers, and inviting them to freely express themselves in a supportive and rigorous environment. By reaching across international boundaries, the Lark seeks out and embraces new and diverse perspectives from writers in all corners of the world. With the aim to integrate audiences into the creative process from its initial stages, the Lark brings together actors, directors and playwrights to allow writers to learn about their own work by seeing it—and by receiving feedback from a dedicated and supportive community.
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http://www.larktheatre.org

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At 4:54am on March 20, 2013, black said…

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At 2:29pm on August 24, 2010, Nico Daswani said…
Hello friends at the Lark! Please let your directors know about our "Produce It Yourself: Plays" discussion on Sept. 15, with playwright Anna Moench and discussants Jorge Ortoll (Ma-Yi), Tisa Chang (Pan Asian Rep), Melanie Joseph (Foundry), Rehana Mirza (Desipina) and Lloyd Suh (Second Generation). Would be wonderful to have folks in your program join us- and to have you there too of course! More information here: http://aaartsalliance.org/page/brainstorm-2
 
 
 

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