Any new work from playwright Kira Obolensky generates excitement. One of the most acclaimed playwrights in the Twin Cities, Obolensky has accumulated a slew of acknowledgements over the years. For many, however, her name is synonymous with Ten Thousand Things, the celebrated company where she has served as playwright-in-residence. Her latest premiere is developed in collaboration with TTT’s gifted collective of veteran actors and artists, including founding artistic director Michelle Hensley. Co-directed by Hensley and Luverne Seifert, Park and Lake is a rollicking comedy concerning an eccentric crew of eight car-wash employees determined to break out of their floundering routines. Infused with the shared passion and commitment of TTT, Park and Lake embodies the communal ethos of the company. Find tickets and more info at www.tenthousandthings.org.