Update: WE LIVE HERE is now open and running through Sept. 11.
Theatre Seven of Chicago‘s production of WE LIVE HERE begins performances tomorrow, August 4, and runs through September 11 at the Greenhouse Theatre Center. My year of the short play continues — I contributed an autobiographical story to this piece, created and directed by Margot Bordelon and Cassy Sanders. My story involves kidney stones, so…you’ll love it. Get tickets here!
We Live Here
Conceived and directed by
Margot Bordelon and Cassy Sanders
Written by Scott T. Barsotti, Molly Each, Laura Eason, Brian Golden, Kristin Idaszak, Kim Morris, Nick Ward, and Doug Whippo
Nelson Algren famously wrote that loving Chicago was “loving a woman with a broken nose.” Eight of Chicago’s best storytellers join forces in an examination of that sentiment for our generation, contributing eight unique autobiographical tales of life by the lake. Weaved together by video interviews with three dozen everyday Chicagoans and the relentless rush of the El train, We Live Here cuts an affectionate look at true stories of life and love earned in search of the ultimate badge: Chicagoan.
Opening August 4, 2011
Greenhouse Theater Center
2257 N Lincoln Ave
Tickets: $15 – $25