Marys Seacole
The Schwartz Stage at the Raven Theatre
6157 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60660
The Schwartz Stage at the Raven Theatre
6157 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60660
The Schwartz Stage at the Raven Theatre
6157 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60660
The Schwartz Stage at the Raven Theatre
6157 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60660
The Schwartz Stage at the Raven Theatre
6157 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60660
The Schwartz Stage at the Raven Theatre
6157 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60660
The Schwartz Stage at the Raven Theatre
6157 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60660
The Schwartz Stage at the Raven Theatre
6157 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60660
The Schwartz Stage at the Raven Theatre
6157 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60660
The Schwartz Stage at the Raven Theatre
6157 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60660
The Schwartz Stage at the Raven Theatre
6157 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60660
The Schwartz Stage at the Raven Theatre
6157 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60660
The Schwartz Stage at the Raven Theatre
6157 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60660
The Schwartz Stage at the Raven Theatre
6157 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60660
The Schwartz Stage at the Raven Theatre
6157 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60660
The Schwartz Stage at the Raven Theatre
6157 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60660
The Schwartz Stage at the Raven Theatre
6157 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60660
The Schwartz Stage at the Raven Theatre
6157 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60660
The Schwartz Stage at the Raven Theatre
6157 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60660
The Schwartz Stage at the Raven Theatre
6157 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60660
The Schwartz Stage at the Raven Theatre
6157 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60660
The Schwartz Stage at the Raven Theatre
6157 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60660
Drama
Runs Oct 01Nov 06, 2022

Marys Seacole is a dazzling tribute to the 19th century British-Jamaican nurse who crossed battle and race lines to chart her own course in history. Moving from past to present, through space and time, Drury’s kaleidoscopic new play follows one woman’s extraordinary journey from the battlefields of the Crimean War to a modern-day nursing home. From the acclaimed writer who won the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for Fairview, comes this Midwest premiere that challenges us to question our notions of sacrifice and selfishness, and the cherished perception of women as caregivers. The New York Times hailed Marys Seacole as “breathless and radiant” and The New Yorker Magazine called it “revelatory.”

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