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Nomad Americana, Photo by Paul Fox
Nomad Americana by Kira Rockwell (L to R: Janelle Mills, Ivy Ryan, and Khloe Alice Lin). Photo by Paul Fox.

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Mission
Fresh Ink Theatre Company is committed to developing new work with theatre artists in the New England area. We seek to empower writers with the tools to craft plays that showcase their creative vision, and we challenge the Boston community to engage in the evolution of dynamic new work as it transforms from first draft to first production, and beyond.

Company Bio
Fresh Ink Theatre provides an avenue for the development of new work on the Boston small theatre scene in a collaborative, playwright-centered manner. The company was born in the summer of 2011 and debuted at the Factory Theatre the following December with the nearly sold-out run of Priscilla Dreams the Answer by Walt McGough. In the years following, Fresh Ink has worked with over 30 playwrights via a unique submission model and development process, workshopping and producing plays by Kira Rockwell, MJ Halberstadt, Laura Neill, Cecelia Raker, Lila Rose Kaplan, MJ Kaufman, and many more. Fresh Ink also created the Ink Spot staged reading series as another avenue to showcase new work in process, as well as the annual Mad Dash 24-hour play festival, which brings together theatre artists from across Boston to create eight new plays in a single day. Now entering its ninth season, Fresh Ink Theatre is thrilled to be the 2019-2021 Launchpad Resident at Boston Center for the Arts.

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The 6th Annual Mad Dash. Photo by Paul Fox.
The 6th Annual Mad Dash (Laurie and Damon Singletary). Photo by Paul Fox.

The Earth Room. Photo by Paul Fox.
The Earth Room by Marge Buckley (L to R: Kiara Caridad Stewart and Jane Reagan) Photo by Paul Fox.

 

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