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January 14, 2017

 

Terri Lynne Hudson is an actor, improviser and performance artist living and working in Chicago. She has spina bifida.  She wanted to point out that she's fairly sad to see a lack of disability representation outside of Vanya...She's wondering if she just doesn't know where to look, still being relatively new in town?

 

Vanya (or, That's Life): Rasaka Theatre

Adapted from Anton Chekhov's Uncle Vanya 
By Lavina Jadhwani

Directed by Kaiser Ahmed
Presented at The Edge Theater
5451 North Broadway, Chicago, IL 60640

 

 

Men on Boats: American Theatre Company

Written by Jaclyn Backhaus

Directed by Will Davis

Presented by American Theater Company

1909 W Byron St, Chicago, IL 60613

 

 

Picnic: American Theatre Company

Written by William Inge

Directed by Will Davis

Presented by American Theater Company

 

 

Great Expectations: Silk Road Rising

Adapted from Charles Dickens' Great Expectations
By Tanika Gupta

Directed by Lavina Ladhwani and Nick Sandys
Presented at The Edge Theater
5451 North Broadway, Chicago, IL 60640

 

By Association: MPAACT

Written by Shepsu Aakhu

Directed by Lauren Wells

Presented by MPAACT

at The Greenhouse Theater Center 
2257 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago

 

Force Continuum: Eclipse Theatre

Written by Kia Corthron

Directed by Michael Aaron Pogue

Presented by Eclipse Theatre at The Athenaeum Theatre

2936 N. Southport Ave. 

 

 

Megastasis: Eclipse Theatre

Written by Kia Corthron

Directed by Aaron Todd Douglas

Presented by Eclipse Theatre at The Athenaeum Theatre

2936 N. Southport Ave. 

 

 

Cymbeline: Strawdog Theatre

Written by William Shakespeare

Directed by Robert Kauzlaric

Presented by Strawdog Theatre at The Factory Theatre

1623 W. Howard1st FloorChicago, IL 60626

 

Gloria: Goodman Theatre

Written by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins

Directed by Evan Cabnet

Presented by Goodman Theatre

170 N Dearborn St, Chicago, IL 60601

 

Earthquakes in London: Steep Theatre Co.

Written by Mike Bartlett

Directed by Jonathan Berry

Presented by Steep Theatre

1115 W Berwyn Ave, Chicago, IL 60640

 

(and mentioned separately since they're solo autobiographical pieces)

 

No Hay Mal (storyteller Lily Be's solo show): Free Street Theatre

Presented by Free Street Theatre

1419 W. Blackhawk Street 
Chicago, IL 60642  

 

Beautifully Broken (Ashley Jeanette Hicks' solo show): Greenhouse Theatre/MPAACT Solo Jams

 Presented by MPAACT Solo Jams at The Greenhouse Theatre

2257 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60614

 

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