BareBones® are simply staged public presentations of plays in the later stages of development. A BareBones® is the culmination of a comprehensive development strategy including Lark generative and/or workshop programs and an intense 80 to 100 hours of rehearsal in advance of six to eight public presentations designed to foster a sense of community engagement around an intensive rehearsal process.
It is designed as a significant resource for writers and their creative collaborators to replicate many of the opportunities and challenges of a production rehearsal environment, while remaining in a controlled laboratory space.
The Selection Process
BareBones® projects are selected at the discretion of Lark’s artistic staff.
Interested in how YOU can get involved at The Lark? There are lots of ways to engage with the Lark community. We have about 50 public events every year that are free and open to the public. You can submit a script, volunteer, become a donor and more.