All of us at The Chicago Inclusion Project are thrilled to bring back our salon reading series. This month we will present an informal reading and discussion of THE GLASS MENAGERIE by Tennessee Williams in collaboration with The Hyde Park Art Center and their current exhibits of "Black and Brown are Beautiful" and "Intersectional Touch."
Our selection of THE GLASS MENAGERIE was inspired by a conversation we had with actor and TCIP friend, Terri Lynne Hudson who told us that Laura was one of her dream roles. We cannot wait for the heart, intelligence grace we know she will breathe into the text...
"I love the dreamlike, otherworldly way this play feels while dealing with very real, very human emotions and situations. As a disabled adult, I feel like the play captures some of the complex dynamic between non-disabled parents and their disabled children; what they expect of and hope for us and how their intentions can yield very different results than intended."
Terri Lynne Hudson is an actor and interdisciplinary performance artist living in Chicago. She has most recently appeared in Stage Left Theatre's reading/workshop of _The Volunteer_ and Pop Magic/Global Hive Laboratories' _Medusa_.
Come see Terri and the rest of our wonderful cast next Monday, September 23 at The Hyde Park Art Center at 6pm. RSVP here (https://www.facebook.com/events/400093897571392/, as space is limited.