"If you’re born female in this country, the pressure starts early. From the time you’re old enough to process the image on a magazine cover or a billboard, you know how you’re supposed to look. Young, poreless, wasp-waisted and big bosomed with perfectly symmetrical features. Don’t measure up? There’s a diet or a drug or a procedure that can fix you — because make no mistake, you are, in fact, broken. Especially, observe Evanston playwright Mia McCullough and director Judy Blue, if you’re fat." Read Catey Sullivan's full article in the Sun-Times Media.
‘Impenetrable’ by Mia McCullough
Oct. 10–Nov. 2
Clockwise Theatre, 221 N. Genesee St., Waukegan
Robert A. Freedman Dramatic Agency, Inc.
Representing writers since 1928.