(Chicago, IL) Point of Contention Theatre Company proudly announces the return of the Chaos Festival of new ten-minute plays for it sixth year. Chaos 6 will run March 28, 29, 30 and April 4, 5, 6 at Lincoln Square Theatre (4754 N. Leavitt) at 8:00pm and tickets are $15. Previously seen in fall or winter, this production marks the first time Chaos will be seen in spring.
Point of Contention has moved Chaos earlier in the year as the company takes a new direction toward building relationships with playwrights and exposing Chicago audiences to new works. Chaos 6 will consist of ten new ten-minute plays with ten directors and over 20 actors. The festival is a great way for Chicago artists to network and a fun show for audiences to enjoy.
The plays were selected from over 200 submissions from across the country. The ten pieces included in the Chaos 6 are as follows:
The Narcoleptic Pillow Fight by Alex Dremann, Directed by Allyson Baisden
Wet Work by Jenny Seidelman, Directed by Brandon Baisden
Quiet Killers by Kristen Palmer, Directed by Brea Hayes
The Rollercoaster of Love by Joe Musso, Directed by Thrisa Hodits
A Play or Something Like That by McCarry Reynolds, Directed by Rose Kruger
White Cotton by Craig Jessen, Directed by Alexis Randolph
Minutiae by Barry Eitel, Directed by Rachel Staelens
The Four Senses of Love by Arthur M. Jolly, Directed by Kyle Trent
A Portrait of the Artist as a Middle Aged Woman by Jerry Lieblich, Directed by Derek Reinzi
Jib and the Big Still by Elizabeth Birkenmeier, Directed by Michael Wagman
About Point of Contention: The mission of Point of Contention Theatre Company is to challenge conventions through innovative Chicago store-front productions of new and established plays, that examine the theatrical elements of life and compliment the ensemble of actors and artists providing theaterwith a point.
"This is what Chicago's theater scene is all about: around a corner, in a little space one could easily pass by, a small theater company is doing great things."
Lincoln Square Theatre
4754 N. Leavitt St.
Chicago, IL 60625
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