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XX PlayLab Festival 2012-13

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2013 XX PlayLab Festival
All events at the Boston Center for the Arts

{For more information, visit the Company One website.}

**Reading**
SMART PEOPLE by Lydia Diamond
Friday, March 22nd
Reception 7pm, Reading 8pm
In a whirlwind of crackling dialogue and tricky questions, an actor, a doctor and a pair of academics navigate the complexities of race, class, friendship and the human brain.

**Roundtable Conversation**

THE XX PLAYWRIGHT IN BOSTON
Saturday, March 23rd, 10am
A conversation with Lydia R. Diamond, Kirsten Greenidge, Natalia Naman, Shawn LaCount, Megan Sandberg-Zakian, and Charles Haugland, moderated by Tyler Monroe and Ilana M. Brownstein

**Reading**

THE OLD SHIP OF ZION by Natalia Naman
Saturday, March 23rd, 2pm
After a hundred years, the foundation of this old Georgian church is crumbling, inside and out. As the community prepares for what may be their final service, their faith is tested – is it too much to pray for a revival?

**Reading**

SPLENDOR LIT BENEATH THEIR BONES by Kirsten Greenidge
Saturday, March 23rd, 8pm
With her bank account on empty, itching for more than her small town can provide, Nicole confronts both the unfulfilled promises of her youth and the ramifications of how she and her friends treated the only black girl in their graduating class.

**Roundtable Conversation**

WHERE WE STAND: RACE AND GENDER IN THE NEW PLAY SECTOR
Sunday, March 24th, 12pm
A national conversation with industry professionals Anne Garcia-Romero, Hana Sharif, Otis Ramsey-Zöe, Jacqueline Lawton and Lenelle Moïse, moderated by Ilana Brownstein.

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