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Join SPACE and playwrights Heidi Armbruster, David Cale and Boo Killebrew at Playwrights Horizons for readings of their SPACE-developed plays as part of their 2015 Working Farm residency.

Wine and farm-fresh bites to follow each reading. Admission is free. Register HERE

The d Life by Boo Killebrew, April 12th, 7PM

Everybody lives in a trailer. Everybody is addicted to something. Everybody wants out. But everybody can make do staying in. The d Life tells the story of Maggie and Mikey, high-school sweethearts who can't seem to shake each other loose. They cohabitate in a world of mixed tape nostalgia, while their friends and family try to force them to live in the reality of a small southern town. 

Boo Killebrew is a playwright, actress and co-founder of CollaborationTown Theatre Company.  Boo is a Lila Acheson Playwriting Fellow at The Juilliard School and the recipient of The Vineyard Theater’s Paula Vogel Playwriting Award.  She is an alumni of the Emerging Writers Group at The Public, a resident of The SPACE Working Farm,  a recipient of a NYFA Fellowship, an alumni of TerraNova's Groundbreakers, and an Affiliated Artist and Kitchen Cabinet Member with New Georges.  She is a writer for LONGMIRE (A & E, Netflix) and created the television pilot, AIM HIGH, for The Sundance Channel. Boo's play, ROMANCE NOVELS FOR DUMMIES, will appear on The Williamstown Theater Festival's MainStage in July 2016. 

Her plays include MILLER, MISSISSIPPI (The Leah Ryan Prize 2015); ROMANCE NOVELS FOR DUMMIES, DAYS LIKE DIAMONDS, THE PLAY ABOUT MY DAD, THE d LIFE, CAVEAT EMPTOR, and THE MOMENTUM (NYC Fringe Festival Excellence Award for Overall Production of a Play; GLAAD Media Award Nominee).  Her work has been presented at The Roundabout Theatre, The Public Theater, Williamstown Theater Festival, The Alley, The Atlantic, New York Theater Workshop, New York Stage and Film, Perry Mansfield, Portland Center Stage, New Georges, Clubbed Thumb, The Huntington Theatre Co., 59e59 Theatres, The New Ohio, The Labyrinth, and Boston Playwright's Theatre. Boo was an Edward F. Albee Foundation Fellow, an Artist in Residence at NYFA, Robert Wilson's Watermill Center, The New York Theater Workshop, The MacDowell Colony, Williamstown Theater Festival, and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.  Boo has received two New York Innovative Theater Awards, two Fringe Excellence Awards, and The Bette Davis Foundation Award.  Boo is a teaching artist with The Roundabout Theatre Company.