Enjoy Sunday Shorts V. 1, an evening of 10-minute plays, written, directed, stage managed, and performed by the Illinois Theatre community. 9/20/2020 FEATURED PLAYS: Policing Language by Nona Porter Church by Dan Kipp The Disenfranschised by Ryan Yapp The Loss by Tom Zhang An Imperial Decision by Gina Maggio
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In September, alumnus Robert Falls, Goodman Theatre’s Artistic Director, came back for a visit to Illinois Theatre. Falls was a recipient of the Distinguished Legacy Award through the College of Fine and Applied Arts. This award honors “college alumni and friends who have demonstrated courage, curiosity, and passion in their work” as well as “individuals who have…
Alumna Bri Sudia (MFA 2012) has taken Chicago by storm in Mary Zimmerman’s new production of Wonderful Town at the Goodman Theatre. Chicago Tribune theatre critic Chris Jones calls casting Bri Sudia the “masterstroke of the production” and her performance both “brilliant” and “career-making.” The Tribune also featured Sudia in an article on her experience…
Morgan Holbrook – BFA in Stage Management – Just finished The Cherry Orchard starring Diane Lane and Joel Grey. Recent Broadway credits include Blackbird with Jeff Daniels and Michelle Williams; The Gin Game with James Earl Jones and Cicely Tyson; and The Audience with Helen Mirren.