SiNNERMAN Ensemble's Too Much Memory
SiNNERMAN Ensemble presents the Midwest premiere "Too Much Memory," a contemporary exploration of human desperation, political histrionics, hilarious confrontations and tragic relationships, by Keith Reddin and Meg Gibson, directed by Anna C. Bahow. A multi-media "adaptation of an adaptation of a re-translation" of the Antigone tragedy, set in an explosive political family that struggles with modern dilemmas and motivations, the piece won the Overall Excellence Award for best play at the NY Fringe Festival, lauded as "a vitally lucid update" (New York Times) and "helps you remember why we do these bloody old tragedies, again and again." (Time Out New York).
"Too Much Memory" runs about eighty minutes without intermission, and contains adult language.
The Side Project
1439 W. Jarvis
Chicago, IL 60626
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