Sunday, May 16
following the 3:00pm matinee of The Love of the Nightingale.
Paul G. Miller hosts a panel of Chicago directors and playwrights who discuss the process of adapting Greek myths to the modern stage.
Marti Lyons - Dramaturge, The Love of the Nightingale at Red Tape
Jeremy Menekseoglu - Artistic Director, Dream Theatre Company
Thomas Murray - Director, Strangeloop Theatre
Sarah Sapperstein - Dramaturge
Tim Speicher – Artistic Director, State Theatre
Cory Tamler. Cory Tamler has been Chicago-based since November 2009, where her playwriting projects include Eighty-Four in Collaboraction's Sketchbook X (coming in June!), Effie (a new ensemble-created adaptation of Iphigenia) with The Neapolitans, and the 2010 Fresh Eyes Project with Red Tape Theatre. She hails from Pittsburgh, where her produced work includes The Funeral, a one-act based on Euripides' The Trojan Women, with the Pittsburgh New Works Festival. Cory will be spending the summer in Maine working as the resident playwright on a collaboration between Open Waters Theatre Arts and three local farms, and will then head to Berlin for a year on a Fulbright scholarship to study the text/performance relationship in German theatre.
Effie, a retelling of Euripides' Iphigenia, runs April 22-May 9. What if peace could be guaranteed by the sacrifice of one human life? What if the life were yours?
Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays @ 7:30pm, Sundays @ 3:00pm at the EP Theater.
The Love of the Nightingale is Jeff Recommended!
It runs May 3-29.
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