Dough - A Reading

Thursday, Apr 15, 2021 at 6:00pm

New York, NY 10001

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From childhood to middle age, money gives life its tempo, with either fruitful moments or debts. Dough is a fast-paced, light, and funny choral text that goes through the different stages of life, tracing its relationship to money.

A prelude to the upcoming theater production of DOUGH. Excerpts of the play will be read. Following the reading, there will be a discussion and Q&A with Mr. Lescot about the meaning of money in our lives, about new models of exchange and economy, and how these subjects are often depicted in his creative writings.

Written and directed by David Lescot

With: Matthew Brown, Hannah Mitchell, Zach Lusk

Lighting design: Roderick Murray

Translation: Chris Campbell

Revised at Lark Play Development Center (Feb 2018)

RUNNING TIME 70 min., including Q&A



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