Harper is about to die. Elle is her waitress. Matt will eventually sleep with them both. May tries to get through a lecture in quantum physics without her cell going off. Guy is a healer and, well, a guy. As these five lives sprawl and intersect, Bryony Lavery builds a stylish, sexy, and unnervingly funny exploration of the ways that modern life is suffocating us emotionally and physically.
Studio Lab presents stripped-down productions of world premiere plays, giving playwrights in residence the ability to work in an environment of collaboration and discovery.
Picture a juice glass sitting on a porch railing in the sunshine. It may look empty, but churning inside that glass are twenty-five thousand microscopic pieces of dust—at least.Read More
Bryony Lavery’s latest play follows the intersecting lives of five people in a big city: Harper is about to die—and is running late for a date. Matt is her boyfriend, counting the minutes she’s overdue. Elle is their waitress and an actress waiting for her career. May explains the ambiguities of life in the quantum universe. Guy is a healer with a past of his own.Read More
The murder of two characters and addition of a spicy scene against an arugula backdrop are just the beginning of the changes that Bryony Lavery’s play Dirt has undergone during its time in development for its world premiere this October as a part of the Studio Lab.Read More