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Readings and Workshops Check Out LAByrinth Theater's 2019 Reading Series Lineup The 19th Annual Barn Series will feature readings of new plays, including three new pieces by Stephen Adly Guirgis.
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LAByrinth Theater Company will present its 19th Annual Barn Series in January 2019, featuring readings of new works by LAB company members. The series, free and open to the public, will run in the Cherry Lane Theatre January 11–20, 2019.

LAB’s 2019 summer production will be a fully staged world premiere of one of the works presented in the 2019 Barn Series, the title of which will be announced in March.

All readings will be at 7 PM; reservations will open January 2. Check out the lineup below.

January 11: Remember Me When You Come into Your Kingdom by Padraic Lillis
January 12: Nimbus in a Tin Can by Scott Hudson
January 13: The Idea of Me by Kristina Poe
January 14: Milk and Gall by Mathilde Dratwa
January 15: Children in Cages: an evening to celebrate the next generation of Artivists, written and developed by the LAByrinth Intensive Ensemble and Developing Artists with LAByrinth Theater Company members Liza Colón-Zayas, Jill DeArmon, and Daphne Rubin-Vega
January 16: Rivers of January by Ben Snyder
January 17: Ladies in Waiting by Elizabeth Canavan
January 18: Papo by Brett C. Leonard
January 19: The Red Gene by Mariana Carreño King
January 20: Three Untitled Plays by Stephen Adly Guirgis

“We’re thrilled to announce a wildly diverse lineup of ten original plays at LAByrinth’s 19th annual Barn Series Festival. I can’t think of a better way to kick off the new year than presenting a wide array of inspired work—from LAB vets such as Stephen Adly Guirgis and Liz Canavan to an exciting group of young artists from our education program to everything in between,” says Artistic Director John Ortiz.

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