GHOST GARDENS, A SNEAK PEAK
Pegasus Theatre Chicago is excited to produce Steven Simoncic’s new play GHOST GARDENS this Spring. Steve, Ilesa and Samara invite you to an intimate gathering to celebrate the production.
There will be food, wine, and a few scene readings from the play…along with opportunities to support the production. There's some exclusive, VIP perks like signed posters, backstage meet and greets with the cast, attendance at a special rehearsal, and more!
Hope to see you there!
Sunday, March 8
4:00pm - 7:00pm
Ancien Cycles, 688 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL, US
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Heat Wave By Steven Simoncic Adapted from: Heat Wave A Social Autopsy of Disaster in Chicago by Eric Klinenberg
Cold Basement Dramatics presents
Heat Wave By Steven Simoncic
Adapted from: Heat Wave A Social Autopsy of Disaster in Chicago by Eric Klinenberg
Directed by Rinska Carrasco-Prestinary
At Steppenwolf Garage
February 20 – April 26, 2015
The Garage Theatre
Tickets now on-sale
Chicago, 1995: An intense heat wave has gripped the city with temperatures soaring above 100 degrees. 739 people die, mostly people who are poor, elderly, or minorities with nowhere to seek shelter. As the morgues overflow, the city’s emergency response team is called into question. The Mayor’s Office combats the criticism with a PR campaign that successfully turns the blame onto the victims and their families. As Chicago approaches the 20th anniversary of that summer, Heat Wave tells the story of the people who were made invisible, the hard working citizens who fought to uncover the truth and the resilient Chicago community that suffered, yet carried on.
Artists of Concordia Theatre Presents "Until Death"
by Dana Lynn Formby
Directed by Stephanie Stroud
In association with Chicago Dramatists
Madison Street Theatre (View)
1010 W. Madison Street
Oak Park, IL 60302
February 12th-February 22nd, 2015
Devon Thompson is in love and inspired from her feminist roots has just proposed to the man of her dreams, Josiah Boor, but her mother in law to be is a Mormon and the pair can not see eye to eye on what it means to be a family. As the two battle their way through their relationship, ala Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon style, they find that life is more precious than a their differences that try to keep them apart.
Robert A. Freedman Dramatic Agency, Inc.
Representing writers since 1928.