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VENUE #14: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre​

August 21 - 27

In this fast paced thriller directed by Larkee Jessi D. Hill, six sisters must stir a pot. 24/7. They're tied to it. By trauma? By magic...? They stir, brutally brawl, and wonder: does this really keep Babette alive?

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NIGHT OF THE LIVING N-WORD!!

VENUE #13: The Players Theatre

August 16 - 26

Nicole A. Watson, of The New Black Fest at The Lark 2016, directs this slasher-comedy presented by MyCarl Productions in association with Kampfire Films. There's nothing scarier than a white woman bent on saving a race! When guests at Channing's party go missing, Barbra holds the key. You can bury the N-Word; can you make it DIE?!

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Shapes Like Things, A Soup Play

VENUE #8: WOW Cafe

August 13 - 27

Danny’s dad was a scholar. Danny couldn’t read. Now Danny’s dad is dead. This new play by Emily Sorensen, playwright and member of Lark's Literary Wing, explores a dyslexic boy’s struggle to understand his father when words don’t work.

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The Arkadina Project

VENUE #9: The Kraine Theater

August 16 - 27

The Arkadina Project is a modern adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull, co-written by Kris Thor, the mastermind in charge of Video Direction and Content Management for The Apothetae and Lark's "Telethon!" 2016. The Arkadina Project follows Kostya, Nina and Masha on their struggles with celebrity obsession, unrequited love and parental suffocation. This adult and witty show is presented by The Re-Writes.

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THE GORGES MOTEL

VENUE #13: The Players Theatre

​August 13 - 26

Arlene Hutton, a playwright who has participated in many of Lark's programs, teams up with fellow Fringe veterans​ Gretchen Cryer, Lynne Halliday, Isaac Himmelman, James Hindman, and Craig Pospisil to create stories of sex, comedy and tragedy in an upstate motel that has seen better days. Presented by Schondeikkan Productions and Miracle or Two Productions in association with The Journey Company.

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