A highly intellectual debate about very important matters such as the essence of humanity, interpersonal connections, world wars, twins eating twins in the womb, and the overall fate of the human race, had between people who are probably entirely unqualified to be discussing any of it in the first place.
Director - Kimberly Redman
Writer - Brittney Anderson
Lighting - Colin Sass
Costumes - Julia Padovan & Suni Watkins
Photos - Cass Meehan
Retrograde is a new musical about a young person who is forced to question identity and what it means in the world around them, when a brain injury threatens to take away all the things they've know to be true for the past 21 years. Sarah Flaim's raw, haunting, compositions paint pictures in harmony with Sav Souza's words to tell the story of Z, as they search for an answer to the eternal question we all face: Who am I?
Director - Joshua Logan Walker
Lighting - Colin Sass & Dalton Whiting
Photos - Emily Angelucci
A Little More Spring
A play that follows the journey of 18 year old Alec Scott, who is an African-American boy from the south side of Chicago. He faces the issue of his home not being "home" anymore, whether that be his city, neighborhood, or household. Alec gets the help of facing these problems through his love of music and poetry.