TOMORROW WILL TAKE CARE OF ITSELF
by Stefanie Zadravec
directed by Scott Illingworth
Tuesday, April 16th at 7pm
A climate scientist lands a plum position on Nauru, recording the island nation’s impending demise, but comes in contact with a group of forgotten refugees and an island whose complicated global history are fighting to get out.
WORKING FARM READINGS
Our annual reading series returns, featuring full-length readings of fresh new plays written at the farm by members our 2018 Working Farm writers group. Beer, wine and curated bites from SPACE chefs will follow each reading. Admission is free, registration is required.
ABOUT THE WRITER
Stefanie Zadravec (Playwright, Core Writer) Plays include: Colony Collapse (Kilroys List, Helen Merrill Award); The Electric Baby (Francesca Primus Prize); Honey Brown Eyes (Helen Hayes Award); and currently – The Boat (Working Theater Commission), and Tomorrow Will Take Care of Itself (NYU Commission, SPACE Working Farm), and TINY HOUSES (2018 Thom Thomas Award) She’s received support through fellowships, residencies, grants and commissions from NYFA, NYSCA, The Lark, Playwrights Realm and Dramatists Guild, Edgerton Foundation, Ford Foundation, Mellon, the NEA, NY Stage & Film, Arts Emerson, SPACE on Ryder Farm, JAWFest, Theatreworks, Play Penn, OSF, WP Theater, & Epic Theatre. Stefanie is an alumni of New Dramatists, WP Theater Lab, Lark Playwright's Workshop, and Keen Company Playwright Lab. Her plays are published by Dramatists Play Service.
The Working Farm Reading Series is generously sponsored by: