As world affairs change daily, performers from Tellin Tales Theatre explore their personal transformations in Metamorphosis, running for two weekends March 31 through April 9, at Prop Thtr, 3502 N. Elston Ave. Three solo performers with and without disabilities Steve Glickman, Judi Lee Goshen and Tekki Lomnickireveal how they each broke out of difficult situations with courage and humor. Each night they will be joined by a different Caterpillar from Chicagos thriving Live Lit community who will read their stories ranging from an idealistic husband and father who woke up one day to understand the need for political activism, to a disabled woman who used a water slide dare to propel her into moving to Chicago. The opening night performance/ fundraiser on Friday, March 31 includes an After Party on stage with the cast and crew. All tickets are available at tellintales.org.In Intimidation, Steve Glickman faces the bullies from his past and the bullies in our midst.|
Suddenly single and scared of todays dating scene, Judi Lee Goshen wants to be celibate but her raging hormones have other plans in Dating Again.
In I Cant Stand These Old People Tekki Lomnicki emerges from the cocoon of childhood when her mother enters a retirement community.
Caterpillars include James Sweeney, 3/31; Lindsay Porter, 4/1; Mark Schab, 4/2; Tamara Rozofsky, 4/7; Jill Howe, 4/8 and Kevin DAmbrosio 4/9.
Metamorphosis runs approximately an hour and a half and is appropriate for ages 14 years and older. Sign language interpretation and audio description will be provided at the Saturday, April 8 performance.
The Prop Theatre (View)
3502 N. Elston Avenue
Chicago, IL 60618
|Minimum Age: 14|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|