Currently in development...SKINNAMARINK


SKINNAMARINK: What is this play about? Who wrote this play? Why did they write it? Would you like to grow up without being able to write? Who is a greedy girl? What is a glutton? What is important about the sun and the moon and the wind and the rain and a bug and a bee and a—BELL BELL BELL BELL BELL BELL BELL. Little Lord’s latest “junk spectacular,” SKINNAMARINK storms the schoolhouse for mandatory lessons in language learning, society-building, indoctrination, and discipline. Based on the deceptively simple yet rich language in “McGuffey's Eclectic Readers” — a series of American primers, spellers, and readers from the late-19th century — SKINNAMARINK is part ritual, part recess, part recruitment. Attendance is mandatory.


SKINNAMARINK has received developmental support as part of the 2018 Impact Residency Program of the Drama League and LaGuardia Performing Arts Center, as an Artist-in-Residence at Target Margin Theater, and through multiple residencies with Drop, Forge & Tool.


Upcoming showings:


LPAC Rough Draft Festival, Saturday April 21, 2018


44 Charlton, Julian Fleisher’s variety show at WNYC’s Greene Space, Friday, May 4, 2018 (come see it in person or stream it live!)