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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

Where the I Divides by Heidi Armbruster, April 13th, 7PM

On an unseasonably warm October weekend, two sisters return to their small hometown in Wisconsin to problem solve their mother's illness. Their struggles to be caregivers set off a chain reaction that tears through the entire community and leaves Liz, the recently promoted director of the memory care wing, to pick up the pieces. What happens when prolonged adolescence runs headlong into early onset Alzheimer's? A dark comedy about growing up too late and aging too soon. 

Heidi Armbruster is an actress and writer dedicated to creating new work and finding innovative approaches to classical work. As a writer, Heidi’s play Dairyland has been read and work shopped as part of Primary Stages ESPADrills, at the Lark, Red Fern Theater, Luna Stage, and was selected as the New Play Workshop at The Chautauqua Theater Festival in 2014.  Her short play Purgatory was read as part of Red Bull Theater’s First 2011 Short Play Festival and published by Smith and Kraus in their “Best Ten Minute Plays of 2013” anthology.  Heidi developed Mrs. Christie and the Secret of Notebook 74 and Badger State during a residency at SPACE on Ryder Farm in the summer of 2014. Miss Angela’s Legitimate Home for Women Living in Sin was performed as part of the ESPA short play series ""Detention"" at Jimmy’s 43 and is available on Indie Theater Now.  

As an actress, Heidi has extensive New York and regional theater credits, including Time Stands Still on Broadway, Lincoln Center’s production of the Pulitzer Prize winning play Disgraced, and the New York premiere of Theresa Rebeck’s Poor Behavior at Primary Stages. Heidi was awarded a Drama League Nomination for her work in the Keen Company’s revival of Tea and Sympathy. Heidi’s Film and TV credits include ""Poor Behavior"" (upcoming), ""My Man Is A Loser"" with John Stamos, ""Michael Clayton"", ""Revolutionary Road"", ""The Northern Kingdom"", ""Louie"", ""The Blacklist"", ""Blue Bloods"", ""30 Rock"", ""House of Cards"", and Michelle on Darren Star’s TV Land hit ""Younger"". Heidi received her Master of Fine Arts in Acting from American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, who recently named Heidi as ACT’s Rising Star 2013 Award recipient.