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“This is a sensitive and witty trip through life, all our lives, brilliantly written by Natalie Symons…It’s the play that really shines. It sneaks up on you. What begins as a pleasant romp gradually activates more and more emotions.” The Seattle Times
Lark Eden is an epistolary play which traces the lives and life-long friendships of three southern women beginning in the Depression era and continuing through the early years of the new century, offering a lyrical exploration of the ties that bind us together as tightly as family, and as surely as love. From frog-catching girls with skinned knees to world-wizened grandmothers, Lark Eden follows these three women through personal trials and victories no less daunting than the historical tribulations which provide the backdrop to these everyday American lives.