Lawrence Dial’s play DANNYKRISDONNAVERONICA was a Primary Stages and ESPA Drills finalist, and received a public reading at the Duke on 42nd.  From ’07 to ’12 he was the resident playwright for the LabRats Theater Company, which produced his play HA! HA! in 2011.   His play BEEF was performed as part of the Crown Point Arts Festival at the Abrons Art Center in 2007.  BEEF’s expanded two-act version was produced by Slant Theatre Project, 2008. 

As Promise Tomorrow Today, BEEF won the Best Play Award in the 2010 Downtown Urban Theatre Festival. 

His other plays include: Been Down So Long Looks Like Up To Us (workshopped at the Labyrinth Theatre’s 2010 Summer Intensive Ensemble), and an award-winning NYFringe Festival production of Carroll Gardens Aborning.  He has been a featured writer for NYMadness (The Wild Project), and The Monologue Series (Barrow Street), and is published via Indie Theater Now.  His screenplay TETRA (Co-written with James Fauvell) is scheduled for production in late 2016.  He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and two daughters.  All of plays can be found on his website. -->

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