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"Lost Dog" by Larry Powell
the cell
New York, NY
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"Lost Dog" by Larry Powell
Blackboard @ the cell
~devoted to the Black Playwright since 2008~

NOVEMBER 2015 Feature Reading

LOST DOG
Written by Larry Powell

Reading followed by a 20 Minute Talkback

ABOUT THE PLAY:
Bryce and Blake are brothers. They are very, very close but are somehow growing apart at record rates. Is it because Bryce can't stop breaking things? Is it because Bryce needs more money from his older brother Blake? Is it because Blake can't let his younger brother breathe? When Aspen, the famous instagram celeb Dog is stolen, Supernatural Mirrors are held up in an attempt to get them to see each other in a real and compassionate way. They have to get Aspen back safely but it make take them much more forgiveness than they're willing to spend.

ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT:
LARRY POWELL was most recently seen in Billy Porter's WHILE I YET LIVE at the Duke on 42nd street. You can catch him next in Lucas Hnath's THE CHRISTIANS directed by Les Waters at Playwrights Horizons reprising the role he originated at the 38th Humana Festival of New Plays.  Other Recent Highlights: The Mountaintop & The Brothers Size (Actors Theatre of Louisville); Goddess (O'Neill National Music Theatre Conference); The Flower Thief (Horsetrade/FTTF); Dutchman (LABrynth's NYNY Festival); The Brothers Size (Everyman Theatre); Marcus; Or The Secret of Sweet (City Theatre); Brokeology (Lincoln Center Theatre & KCRep); and 4 Seasons at The Fire This Time Festival and Bronzeville (Robey Theatre Company-- NAACP Award Nomination). As a writer, his work includes: Dreams Of A Prophet, Lost Dog, Black Brit, Titty Boy, & Easy To Fall In Love (Fire This Time Festival's Obie Award Winning Season).Training: Carnegie Mellon University (Roth-Levine Award).

Location

the cell (View)
338 West 23rd Street
New York, NY 10011
United States

Categories

Arts > Performance
Arts > Theatre

Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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