AT BLACK LAKE
translated by Daniel Brunet
Directed by Barbara Rubin
Monday 18th May
Four years after a tragic event, two couples meet again on the shore of Black Lake
Origin presents a reading of a gripping new drama from one of Germany’s leading playwrights.
Dea Loher was born in Traunstein, Germany. She studied German literature and philosophy at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. Her first plays premiered in the early 1990s, and she gained recognition as one of the most important young playwrights of her time in Germany . Dea Loher has since been awarded major prizes for drama and literature in Germany and Origin is delighted to present this work in New York.
NYU Glucksman Ireland House
1 Washington Mews, 5th Avenue
(bet Washington Sq North & 8th St)
Subway all trains to West 4th and Astor Place