WHAT WE LOST ALONG THE WAY

Genre: Reading
Written by Corrine Esme Glanville, Directed by Nan Smithner

What We Lost along the Way is a family drama that begins in 1939 London during the evacuation of over three million British children. The drama centers on 15-year-old Serena Moffitt and her younger brother Joseph, who are sent from their working class suburb to the Devon countryside where they end up billeted with the Hargreaves, an upper class family with two sons who are close in age to the Moffitts. As mysteries are solved and fears are exposed, the young characters navigate their way through the intricate terrain of adolesence where they discover truths about friendship, family and love and find that even after great loss, the possibility of hope remains


About the Company: New Plays for Young Audiences

Based in the Program in Educational Theatre at New York University’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, New Plays for Young Audiences is an annual summer play development series located in the historic Provincetown Playhouse. Founded in 1998 by Lowell and Nancy Swortzell, NYU’s prize-winning New Plays for Young Audiences has developed over 40 new plays written by leading playwrights for young audiences and families. These plays go on to receive both national and interntaional recognition, publication and production.

Open:   06/08/13
Close:   06/09/13

Schedule:
Saturday, June 8th at 3pm and 7:30pm
Sunday, June 9th at 3pm followed by an audience discussion
Theater:   Provincetown Playhouse
Address:   133 MacDougal Street
New York, NY 10003
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Cost:Tickets are $5 for adults and free for children, high school students
Buy Tickets Online or Call: NYU Ticket Central at 212.352.3101