an In The Works staged reading of
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“This is it, bitches: Iron Horse Park.”
This is the Seattle park where three sisters reunite after a long estrangement.
This is where their parents fell in love and started a salmon cannery.
This is where Dad took them on hikes and Mom skinned salmon.
This is where Dad left them.
Through six interwoven camping trips,
a family comes together and falls apart,
and three sisters return to
BURY THE IRON HORSE
a new play by Michael Lew
starring Jackie Chung, Eunice Ha, Mia Katigbak, Natalie Kim and James Saito
at Ensemble Studio Theatre
529 W. 52nd Street
New York City
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Tuesday, June 16th, 2009
Since 1999, In The Works has been the literary wing of Second Generation’s productions, and has provided workshop opportunities for several dozens of new plays by established, emerging and early-career Asian American writers. Each In The Works staged reading provides writers with a professional cast and director, and up to 29 hours of text-based workshop and rehearsal towards a public staged reading. All readings are followed by a short Talkback between artists and audiences. Admission to In The Works staged readings has always been free and open to the public. Support is provided in part by the National Endowment for the Arts and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.