Underscore Theatre Company is thrilled to collaborate with three other Chicago-area musical theatre writers to bring Stuck to stage. The production will feature four original musical works centering on the singular theme of "stuck." The line-up will include "Spa Fire", written by Underscore company members, which received acclaim at the 2012 Abbie Hoffman Died For Our Sins Festival, and new works by "Hey Ladies," Christopher Dunn-Rankin and Lydia Gordon of Coriolis Theatre, Danny Galvin and Andi Sharavsky, previously seen in "Liberal Arts: the Musical!".
"Spa Fire," Directed by Aaron Stephenson, Written and Composed by Alex Higgin-Houser, David Kornfeld, Brendan Siegfried, and Laura Stratford, and featuring Artistic Associate Jonas Davidow.
A 30-minute musical about the Children of the 1% trapped in a gated alleyway, when a day at the spa goes up in flames.
"County Line," Written, Collaborated and Performed by Hey Ladies: Brittny Congleton, Molly Todd, Kate Kershaw, Ali Delianides, Kerry Santoro, Kristin Hopkins, and Savannah Tankersley, Music by Victoria R. Golden and Aaron Benham
Follow six homegrown gals as find their place and their way below the Mason Dixon Line. From pageant girls, prayer meetings, and a city gal trying to make sense of Southern Hospitality, County Line will bring you back home again with a toe tappin, hand clappin and belly laughin' musical journey.
"Again, Again," Music by Christopher Dunn-Rankin, Book and Lyrics with Lydia Gordon, presented by Coriolis Theater
The collision of a delusional actress, her agent, and an overqualified director on the set of a low-budget nicotine commercial sets the stage for a true showbiz musical comedy.
"Self Starters," Written and Performed by Andi Sharavsky and Danny Galvin
In a world where even entry level jobs require two years of actual experience, how you find work with nothing but a fancy degree? Meet John and Grant, two college buddies in the business of professional résumé forgery. After they've worked their magic, even you'll think you're qualified for a real job. But how long can they pull it off? After all, they have no prior experience in con work.
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1579 North Milwaukee Avenue #336
Chicago, IL 60622
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