What Was Mine To Do
WHAT WAS MINE TO DO by Dustin Spence
Directed by Doug Long
Embedded reporter Frank Bernhardt and Staff Sergeant Antonio Cruz find themselves held captive in a Taliban prison cell in Afghanistan. Their only hope for release from the grasp of their zealous jailer lies in the hands of the crew from a Chicago TV news studio, 7000 miles away. What Was Mine to Do examines the impact of media on modern warfare and how people a world apart can deeply impact each other's lives.
This world-premiere play by Dustin Spence is directed by Doug Long. The cast features Monnie Aleahmad, Kate Black-Spence, Denise Blank, Matthew Lloyd, Gustavo Obregon, Andy Quijano, and Colin Reeves.
The production team includes the talents of Glen Anderson (Set Designer), Libby Beyreis (Violence Designer), Ben Campana (Props Designer), Carrie Campana (Costume Designer), Cat Davis (Lighting Designer), Brad Gunter (Production Manager), Lisa Uhlig (Stage Manager), and Jason Weinberg (Sound Designer).
Playing at The Side Project Theatre (1439 West Jarvis Avenue, Chicago), performances will run Thursday through Saturday evenings at 8:00 p.m. and Sunday afternoons at 2:00 p.m. through October 7th. Tickets are $15 ($10 for students and seniors). More information is available at www.strangelooptheatre.org or by calling Strangeloop directly at 773-757-6689.
You can also purchase Season Passes for every show of Strangeloop's 2012-2013 Season. Check out Strangeloop's website (www.strangelooptheatre.org) for more information, or visit the Season Pass event page to purchase your passes now at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/259773.
Note: At sold-out performances, unticketed patrons may join a waiting list at the box office for possible seating. Unclaimed Will-Call tickets will be released at curtain time to accommodate any patrons standing by. Due to the intimate nature of the venue, patrons arriving late will not be allowed to take their seats until intermission. If late patrons' seats have been resold, they will be offered reaccommodation at an alternate performance or a refund. No refunds will be offered for any other circumstance.
The Side Project Theatre (View)
1429 W Jarvis Ave
Chicago, IL 60626
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|