Sum-sum-summertime! (A lo mejor ver-ver-verano…)

27 May

Happy Memorial Day!

As the theater season comes to an end, the summer of theater residencies begins!

lark-us-mexico1I am thrilled to say that my first trip of the summer will be to Mexico City where I’ll be working at a translation workshop for Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them. That’s right, folks, thanks to a translator by the name of Humberto Perez-Mortera, Edith will soon be available for production en Español! This is part of The Lark’s US-Mexico Exchange Program, in which I’m honored and excited to take part. I leave tomorrow morning and will be in town until Saturday. If you are interested in the Spanish language version of the play, let me know in June, and I’ll let you know the translation’s status.

Later in June, I’m thrilled to be a part of this year’s Ground Floor group at Berkeley Repertory Theatre. I’ll be working on an entirely new play (without a public presentation) but hopefully I’ll also get a few nights out to see plays in the Bay Area!


One Response to “Sum-sum-summertime! (A lo mejor ver-ver-verano…)”

  1. Carlos Manuel May 27, 2013 at 12:07 pm #

    OMG! You don’t know me. I leave in Louisville, KY and I follow your work (I’m a playwright and university professor.) I’m also Mexican and I travel to Mexico every summer to see and participate in the theatre scene there. In fact, in August I will be doing a report about “what is going on in Mexico in regards to theatre” at the Association for Higher Education Conference taking place in Orlando, FL.

    I am so happy to hear one of my favorite plays (Yours) is going to be translated to Spanish. (I can report on it). I’m going to be in Mexico City in June for just one week so I will be trying to see as much theatre as possible.

    Have you read this blog post where I talk about the HUMANA FESTIVAL and I mentioned you?

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