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Rachel Lark: Anthems & Confessions For A Complicated World

Performed by Rachel Lark

February 3 @ 7PM
Ars Nova | 511 W 54 St
& Streaming on Ars Nova Supra

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Rachel Lark is a playwright, producer, and singer/songwriter known for her activism and sex-positive anthems surrounding female sexual empowerment, kink, queerness and polyamory. Lark’s music has been heralded for blending heartfelt lyrics with biting political satire, fearless authenticity, and raunchy wit. This evening will showcase Lark’s original songs including sneak peeks from her original musical, Coming Soon.

“Rachel Lark pours so much feeling into a single lyric that you might wonder where she finds reserves for the next line, let alone the rest of a number.” – San Francisco Chronicle

Lark is “tackling some massive issues through her personal lens of razor-sharp, satirical wit.” – Billboard

“In her eloquent expressions of pleasure, suffering and social upheaval, Rachel Lark shows us a reflection of ourselves that we haven’t yet earned in therapy.” – Brokeass Stuart


Matt Herrero – Guitar, Vocals
Paul Sounder – Bass Guitar
Tim DeCillis – Drums
Barrie Lobo McLain – Vocals
Angela Sclafani – Vocals
Gracie Brakeman – Co-Producer
Ken Savage – Co-Producer

Rachel Lark (she/her/hers) is a singer/songwriter, producer, and playwright known for her incisive take on sex, relationships, and other things that make being a human complicated. She recently relocated to Los Angeles from San Francisco where she was named one of the most powerful LGBTQ voices by San Francisco Magazine, and just closed a sold out run of her original musical, Coming Soon. Her music has been featured on Billboard, Upworthy, The San Francisco Chronicle, Salon, The Savage Lovecast and more. She’s currently working on a studio EP, a TV pilot and a musical feature film.