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ESPA Drills 2019: Moab by Veronica Cooper
7:00 PM - 11:59 PM Lucille Lortel Theatre
Date: April 01, 2019 to April 01, 2019
Where: Lucille Lortel Theatre, 121 Christopher Street, New York, New York, United States, 10014
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Arts & Theater
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ESPA Drills is an annual new play development program providing extensive workshopping, a public presentation , and advocacy with the theater community for four new plays written at least in part at Primary Stages ESPA.  Each July, these plays are selected from dozens of blind submissions for their ambition, voice, and energy. Over the course of multiple months, ESPA actors and outside guests lend their talent to these workshops and reading, which are then presented before an audience of industry peer on an Off-Broadway stage. ESPA Drills provides an exclusive opportunity for ESPA writers to receive professional attention through the resources and support of Primary Stages. These amazing playwrights are being guided through the ESPA Drills process by playwright, director, and ESPA faculty member Melisa Annis, our ESPA Drills advisor. Moabby Veronica Cooper Monday, April 1 at 7pm Four years after illness shattered their family, Richard Kemper has dragged his two daughters on a camping trip to Moab, Utah. Surrounded by nothing but desert, they can choose to stay isolated or step forward. When confronted with uncertainty, can you go it alone? All readings are free and open to the public, and will be held at the Lucille Lortel Theatre, located at 121 Christopher Street.     For more information about ESPA Drills or to learn more about our writers, please visit our website or call ESPA Administration at 212-840-9705. To RSVP for another ESPA Drills reading, just click on the link below!   April 1 at 3pmRed Room on a Dark Web by Joshua YoungRSVP:   April 8 at 3pmQuiz Out by Margot ConnollyRSVP: April 8 at 7pmUncle Remus, His Life and Times by Aaron ColemanRSVP:
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