Festival Director & Curator Catherine Coray and The Lark Play Development Center are thrilled to announce the selected plays and authors for the upcoming hotINK at the LARK: a festival of new plays from around the world. This will be the first festival presented at the Lark Play Development Center’s new home on West 43rd Street.
Save the dates:
Thursday – Monday March 24-28, 2011
Please join us for readings of these plays featuring the work of distinguished New York actors and directors, meet the writers and celebrate international collaboration!
The selected plays for 2011 are:
from Nigeria: Onions Make Us Cry by Zainabu Jallo
from Belgium: Suitcases on the Road by Geert Genbrugge
from Canada: Forever by Elmar Maripuu
from India: The Interview by Siddharth Kumar
from The Netherlands: Motel Texel by Marjolein Bierens
from Ireland: The Importance of Being Orson by Jessica Cooke
from Bulgaria: The Apocalypse Comes by Georgi Gospodinov
from Germany: The Stone by Marius von Mayenburg
from The Philippines: Streetlight Manifesto at 6pm by Mixkaela Villalon
More information about the participating artists, plus a sneak peak at each of the plays coming soon!
hotINK is a unique program that provides New Yorkers with an opportunity to experience new plays from abroad and fosters inter-cultural exchange. We ask that you consider making a donation to help support our move to the Lark. Contributions of all sizes are appreciated and any gift will greatly impact the success of the festival, which will remain free and open to the public.
CLICK HERE to make a donation.*
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All designated contributions will be acknowledged in the Festival program.
We look forward to seeing you in March 2011 for hotINK at the Lark!
With best wishes for the New Year,
Catherine Coray, Festival Director and Curator
Arwen Lowbridge, Festival Producer
*The Lark Play Development Center is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization and all donations are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.