If your imagination needs a hand, picture this: it’s an age where all guns and even metal are a relic of the past, a murmured bit of lore that instills both fixation and fear. When a rumor about the last existing gun in the world makes its way to a guarded courier, she sets out on an assignment to hunt it down. Accompanied by a plucky companion and confrontations of chaotic characters and trials along the way, she will face her own demon in the inevitable path of destruction.
Part Wild Western, part vaudevillian farce, The Last Living Gun crosses genres to expend a story of survival.
Chicago, IL 60622
The Impostor’s Theatre Company was founded in the spring of 2016. This artistic collaboration, that already spanned six years, had not been enough. There were more stories to tell, more worlds to explore. Living rooms in Chicago apartments became coves of collaboration. A cottage tucked high between lake and forest became a writer’s oasis. Thirteen artists became thirteen accomplices in a big game of make-believe, looking to make our stories a reality.