terrible Press for Chicago’s terrible Opening Tomorrow

16 Mar

12829304_10153490204373977_7762546481561146278_oOpening night for About Face Theatre’s Chicago Premiere of after all the terrible things I do is right around the corner! We’ve been tinkering with the show a bit in previews, and I’m excited for you to see the results. This cast and creative team made me fall in love with Chicago all over again (which, come on, wasn’t hard to do), and as you can see from preview audience responses posted in these images, Chicago has been in love with us!

In advance of tomorrow’s show, The Windy City Times interviewed Andrew Volkoff and me about the show. Check it out here:

New About Face Theatre Production Explores Race, Sexuality, and Identity (Windy City Times, March 16, 2016)

And, in case you missed it, the show has been on multiple must-see lists for Chicago in March, like Time OutChicago Magazine, and the Windy City Times itself.

The show runs until April 10th, so get your tickets now!

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after all the terrible things I do

by A. Rey Pamatmat
directed by Andrew Volkoff

A gripping and intimate new play from one of American theatre’s rising stars explores the dark side of ordinary people, second chances, and the price of forgiveness.

Returning to his Midwestern hometown after college, Daniel, a young, gay writer, takes a job at the local bookstore he knew as a child. After he and Linda, the Filipina bookstore owner, begin working together, they discover they share a dark connection that goes much deeper than a love of literature.

With Colin Sphar and Lisa Tejero

Presented by About Face Theatre
Theater Wit, 1229 West Belmont Avenue
Chicago, IL
Previews, March 11 – 13, 2016
Performances, March 17 – April 10, 2016

Get Tickets Here

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