We all know that Loyola is chalk full of extraordinary fine arts students, especially in our theatre program. That’s why it’s no surprise that Stage Left Theatre has come to us in search for an Assistant Stage Manger (ASM) for their production of The Coward.With this company, the mission is “to develop and produce plays that raise debate and challenge perspectives on political and social issues”. So in this new comedy about a cowardly young gentleman named Lucidus, Stage Left Theatre aims to put into question the very concept of honor.
The rehearsals will be from July 15 – Sept 2 with the anticipated opening date being Sept 3 and final performance set for Oct 5. The position is accompanied by a small stipend and/or the possibility of course credit! Stage Left seeks out and supports new voices that explore our current political and social principles in pursuit of a relevant Theatre of Today. To chime in with the chants of social justice, contact Clarie Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org! Good luck!
When two American tourists get lost on vacation in Scotland, they stumble into Brigadoon, a mythical village that appears for only one day every 100 years. No outsider can stay unless they fall in love, and no resident can ever leave or the village will vanish forever. But when on traveler falls for a village girl, he is forced to choose between returning to the world that he knows—or taking a chance on life and love in the mysterious Brigadoon.
The mystical and moving Brigadoon opens tomorrow night and will run through August 10. Visit the official website to purchase tickets and witness a musical treat sure to sweep you off of your feet.
Chicago playwright Chris Hodak and freelance director Jaclynn Jutting collaborate in this slice-of-life snapshot about an overburdened woman who’s faced with the task of caring for her elderly mother. Through humor, compassion, and engaging characters, The Iroquois explores the dilemma of relocating parents with deteriorating health to nursing homes.
What began as a ten minute play in Chicago Dramatists’ Natural Disasters has gown into a production worthy of placing as a semi-finalist at the 2013 O’Neill National Playwrights Conference. What an evolution! Raven Theatre is ecstatic about this fully staged workshop being a part of its [Working Title] New Play Development Series. With such a successful piece, the theatre hopes to continue providing its company with the opportunity to nurture new plays while offering an incomparable laboratory space for playwrights, directors, and actors to experiment with and showcase their work.
Tickets for this event can be purchased by calling 773.338.2177 or by visiting the Raven Theatre official website.