Playwright, Henry V
Lloyd Suh is the author of The Chinese Lady, Charles...
Lloyd Suh is the author of The Chinese Lady, Charles Francis Chan Jr.’s Exotic Oriental Murder Mystery, Franklinland, The Wong Kids in the Secret of the Space Chupacabra Go!, Jesus in India, Great Wall Story, American Hwangap, and others, produced with Ma-Yi, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Magic Theatre, NAATCO, Children’s Theatre Company, ArtsEmerson, Milwaukee Rep, Denver Center, the Guthrie with Mu Performing Arts, Jackalope, and others, including internationally at the Cultural Center of the Philippines and with PCPA in Seoul, Korea. He has received support from the NEA Arena Stage New Play Development program, the Andrew W. Mellon Launching New Plays Into the Repertoire initiative via the Lark, NYFA, NYSCA, Jerome, TCG, Dramatists Guild, and the Helen Merrill Award from the New York Community Trust. His plays have been published by DPS, Samuel French, Smith & Kraus, Duke University Press, and American Theater magazine. He is an alum of Youngblood and the Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, and from 2005-2010 served as Artistic Director of Second Generation and Co-Director of the Ma-Yi Writers Lab. He is currently a Resident Playwright at New Dramatists, serves on the Dramatists Guild Council, and has since 2011 served as Director of Artistic Programs at The Lark.
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Dramaturg, Henry V
Andrea Hiebler is currently the Director of Scouting and Submissions at The...
Andrea Hiebler is currently the Director of Scouting and Submissions at The Lark. Andrea first joined The Lark as an intern back in the summer of 2006, then served as Literary Associate for Playwrights’ Week before becoming a full-time member of the artistic team in 2009. She now manages multiple play submission and fellowship selection processes, writer scouting and tracking and serves as a facilitator for a variety of Lark programs and writers’ groups.
A New York native, Andrea graduated from The College of Wooster in Ohio with a B.A. in Theatre and English. She has participated as a script reader for Sundance and The Ruby Prize and hosted a series of affinity sessions on Dramaturgy/New Play Development at the national TCG conference. Away from the theater, you can find her listening to classic rock or rooting for her favorite New York sports teams at a local bar.
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- 2:00pm - Merchant of Venice
Merchant of Venice
Translation by Elise Thoron
- 7:00pm - Much Ado About Nothing
Much Ado About Nothing
Translation by Ranjit Bolt
- 7:00pm - King Henry IV, Part 1
King Henry IV, Part 1
Translation by Yvette Nolan
- 7:00pm - King Henry V
King Henry V
Translation by Lloyd Suh