in the lounge Twelve Batches to Midnight Lauren Reinhard

About This Show

Twelve Batches to Midnight is the second play in Lauren Reinhard’s ‘Woods Cannon.’ A grandmother, Robin, and her granddaughter, Poppy, live together in a house outside of time. The play explores the relationship between the two women and dissects the disappointments of the past to uncover what is to come. Robin and Poppy walk a daunting precipice above an uncertain future as the timer on the twelfth batch of cookies comes closer to ringing. As they struggled to remember those who have gone, they fight, laugh, sing, bake, eat, host ghosts, take naps, bleed, write recipes, write and rewrite history, all in the kitchen.

about the artist

Lauren Reinhard is an interdisciplinary theatre maker from New York City. She is a director, choreographer, and experimental playwright whose work seeks to usher in a new epoch of feminine mythology. Lauren holds her MFA from Sarah Lawrence College and her BFA from Long Island University, Post.  As a playwright, her plays have been produced at Sarah Lawrence College and around New York City. Lauren is a member of Lincoln Center Director’s Lab, SDC, and is co-founder of Commuter Assembly Devising Collective.

Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 8pm

Free Admission

Estimated Runtime
45 minutes

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Lauren Reinhard


Katie Pedro


Maria Porter


Abby Slocum


David Hugo


Jennifer Cintron


Reynold Anderson-Hewitt

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Lauren Reinhard