LOCAL Lab 2016

LOCAL Lab 2016- LOTTIE IN THE LATE AFTERNOON

  • When: March 11, 2016 Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Where: eTOWN HALL / 1535 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302
  • Cost: $22 Adv / $25 Doors See ticket link for price information. Student pricing available
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LOCAL Lab Festival Passes include reserved seating at the three play readings, the master class with Jill Rafson (Roundabout Theatre Company) and Mare Trevathan (LOCAL Artistic Director) in devised work, the Festival Launch party at Todd Reed, the After Party following the reading of “The Rape of The Sabine Women by Grace B. Matthias” and the Kaffeeklatsch.

Festival Passes are $99.00
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LOTTIE IN THE LATE AFTERNOON by Amelia Roper
directed by Megan Mathews, LOCAL Company Member
Doors: 6:30pm

 

Lottie is trying to be a good person. Lottie is trying to be a good friend. She’s cooking good food, buying nice gifts, saying all the right things and reading all the important books. Because it's a vacation! And everyone loves vacations! And everyone loves Lottie! She's so fun! All the time! Well, she can be! If she tries! Surely! Amelia Roper's hilarious play Lottie in the Late Afternoon is about being broke, sad, hurting, lonely and accidentally choosing a vacation house on the edge of a terrifying cliff.

 

Amelia Roper

Amelia Roper is currently writing for Yale Repertory Theater, Marin Theatre Company, Colt Coeur, Berkeley Repertory Theater, Oregon Shakespeare Festival and The Rose Theatre in Omaha. Roper’s work has been produced by the Humana Festival of New American Plays, Crowded Fire in San Francisco, the Arts Centre Melbourne and NYC’s Prelude Festival. Developments and residencies include the Old Vic in London, the Театр Центр драматургии и режиссуры in Moscow in Russian translation, SOHO Rep.’s Writer/ Director Lab, Berkeley Rep’s Ground Floor and the MacDowell Colony. She was the 2014 recipient of the National Theatre Conference’s Paul Green Award for Most Promising Young Artist and has an MFA in playwriting from the Yale School of Drama.

 

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