THE BEST WE COULD (a family tragedy)
by Emily Feldman
The death of a beloved dog sparks a road trip across America and across time as a family asks, how did we get here? And, more importantly, where are we going? THE BEST WE COULD is an absurdist comedy that, despite everyone trying their best, transforms into a family tragedy.
Join us after this reading for a special closing talkback and reception with members of the 2017 Working Farm following the final reading of the series.
WORKING FARM READINGS
SPACE on Ryder Farm's annual reading series returns, featuring full-length readings of fresh new plays written at the farm by members our 2017 Working Farm writers group. Beer, wine and curated bites from SPACE chefs will follow each reading. Admission is free, registration is required. Seating is limited, please only RSVP for as many guests as you have confirmed.
ABOUT THE WRITER
Emily Feldman’s work has been developed by The Playwrights’ Center, Colt Coeur, Actors Theatre of Louisville, The Magic Theatre, The Alliance Theatre, Roundabout Theatre Company, and The Playwrights Realm. She has been an Alliance/Kendeda finalist, Ashland New Play Festival Winner, and a member of The Working Farm at SPACE on Ryder Farm. She’s currently a member of I-73 at Page73 and The Orchard Project NYC Greenhouse. Emily is a recent Jerome Fellow at The Playwrights’ Center and is the 2017-2018 Shank Playwright in Residence at Playwrights Horizons. This summer, she’ll be in residence at The New Harmony Project. Emily earned her MFA in playwriting from UC San Diego and her BA from Middlebury College.