March 19: CORE - To the Moon
American Theater Company - Chicago Open Residency Experiment (CORE) presents To the Moon
CORE is a week-long workshop opportunity for artists of all disciplines. American Theater Company awards a free week of rehearsal space and a presentation of the work to ten projects and groups of artists. ATC is committed to creating new work for the American theater and asking questions about how we make what we make as American theater artists.
Monday, March 19, 2018 at 7:00pm
at American Theater Company | 1909 W Byron St, Chicago, IL 60613
To the Moon
Written by: Beth Kander
Artistic collaborators: Allyce Torres, Amanda Long, Arian Thigpen, Sallee Murphy
To the Moon is a clear-eyed, unapologetic, fierce, and tender portrayal of domestic abuse and its survivors. Knowing that such abuse impacts people from all walks of life, five diverse women collaborated to interview survivors and weave together their narratives- stories of strength and wit and loss and hope. Led by playwright Beth Kander, these collaborators' efforts yield a tough and touching true-stories-inspired stage play, which documents and dramatizes the tragic realities of domestic abuse in America.
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