Saturday, March 23, 2013

Sarah Grochala

Meet the playwrights who are contributing to the Around-the-Globe Chain Play.

Sarah Grochala (United Kingdom) currently lives in London. Her work has been produced in the UK and internationally. Her play S-27 (Finborough 2009; Griffin Theatre, Sydney 2010; Annex Theatre, Toronto, 2012) won the 2007 Amnesty International Protect the Human Playwriting Competition and was shortlisted for the King’s Cross Award and the Leah Ryan Prize for Emerging Women Writers. In 2011, she was the recipient of’s Adopt a Playwright Award for her play Smolensk.
Other plays include: Open Ground (Teatro Technis, London 2005), Waiting for Romeo (Hill Street, Edinburgh 2006; Pleasance, London 2009). She is a founder member of the theatre company Agent 160, for whom she wrote a short adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson’s Red Shoes (Theatre 503, London; Chapter, Cardiff; The Arches, Glasgow; Queen's, Belfast 2012). She is currently an associate artist at Headlong and on attachment at the National Theatre.


Join us on World Theatre Day, Wednesday, March 27th at 7PM at The Lark Play Development Center (311 West 43rd Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10036)

Tickets are free, but reservations are strongly encouraged. 

A reception follows the reading.

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