Wright (I Am My Own Wife, Grey Gardens), who is also the Lark's playwright in residence this season, and Urinetown book writer Kotis will join playwright Neena Beber (Jump/Cut), 2G artistic director Carla Ching and Lark PONY fellow Tommy Smith. Tony Award nominee Arthur Kopit (Wings, Nine) leads the workshop, which brings together professional playwrights to share and discuss their developing work on a biweekly basis. The seven-month intensive will culminate in public readings that will be held in the spring.
The Lark Play Development Center brings together actors, directors, playwrights and the community to allow writers to learn about their own work by seeing and hearing it, and by receiving feedback from a dedicated and supportive community. The Lark is led by producing director John Clinton Eisner and managing director Michael Robertson.
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