Friday, November 4, 8 pm
For our monthly Friday Staged Reading
The Resistable Rise of Arthuro Ui, by Bertolt Brecht
Directed by Nathan Agin. Subtitled “A Parable Play,” Brecht’s 1941 play tells the story of a fictional 1930s Chicago mobster and is considered a satirical allegory of the rise of the Nazi party. Just in time for election day, we present portions of this play. At Augustana Lutheran Church, 55oo S. Woodlawn Avenue. Admission: $5 at the door.
And coming December 2-4, 9-11
The Lady’s Not for Burning, by Christopher Fry
Directed by Paul Baker
The New York Herald-Tribune called this play. “A poetic fantasy of rare splendor and delight…a work of magical humor and deep beauty.” We are now deep in rehearsal for this first full production of our 2016-17 season. At University Church, 57th & University. Watch this page for more details soon to come.
Monthly Friday Staged Readings
Link to photos of An Ideal Husband, June 9-12 at the Experimental Station. Photos by Safiyya Maalik of VAMP Photography.
are now up on our Facebook page of Drones, Clones, and Phones: I Know What You Did Last Summer, our first-ever improv show, directed by Dan Friedrich. Check them out. And while you’re there, please “Like” us. Thanks.
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