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hotINK at The Lark 2015

hotINK at The Lark 2015

plays by Amahl Khouri, Abdullah Alkafri, Csaba Székely and Elise Wilk

On April 26th, hotINK, led by Program Co-Curators Catherine Coray and Lisa Rothe, returned to The Lark giving four teams of playwrights, who hail from the Middle East and Eastern Europe, and translators a laboratory in which to refine a new English translation with the help of a director and actors, culminating in four public readings.

Readings included:
SHE, HE, ME
by Amahl Khouri (JORDAN)

MRS. GHADA’S PAIN THRESHOLD
by Abdullah Alkafri (Syria)
translated by Hassan Abdulrazzak

MINE WATER by Csaba Székely (Romania)
translated by Mari Albert

THE LIFE EXPECTANCY OF WASHING MACHINES
by Elise Wilk (Romania)
translated by Ioana Ieronim

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