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Performing Arts

The La Jolla Playhouse will offer readings of four new plays over the weekends of July 22 – 25 and July 29 – August 1. The DNA New Work Series offers playwrights and directors the opportunity to develop a script by providing rehearsal time, space and resources, culminating in a public reading. This process gives audiences a closer look at the play development process, while allowing the Playhouse to develop work and foster relationships with established and up-and-coming playwrights. Tickets are free and reservations will be required. The Playhouse will also present a special Pop-Up WOW event featuring five short, Playhouse-commissioned Without Walls works, taking place August 14 – 15 at ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station. All productions for the Pop-Up WOW event will be free and have multiple performance times throughout the weekend.

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