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The Chicago Inclusion Project:
Learn about our mission from members of the collective and about our exciting first project...
Meet Delia Kropp
Collective member and new media director of The Chicago Inclusion Project. Her theater credits include Goodman, Court, Red Twist, Griffin, Lifeline and Pegasus Players. In the last decade Delia underwent a major life change, emerging in her true gender and is now starting everything anew, including her acting and directing careers. See her in our upcoming staged reading of "The Time of Your Life" at Victory Gardens and in this awesome interview.
Meet Frank Sawa
Awesome actor, awesome human and awesome friend of The Chicago Inclusion Project. His theater credits include Theatre Mir, Imagination Theatre, Polarity Ensemble Theatre, Lookingglass Theatre and Timeline Theatre. You can see him in our upcoming staged reading of "The Time of Your Life" by William Saroyan and in this great interview.
Meet Bryan Bosque
Performer and friend of The Chicago Inclusion Project. He has appeared onstage in and around Chicago with companies such as Shattered Globe, Erasing the Distance, Red Tape Theatre, Pavement Group, and First Folio Theatre, among others. He is an ensemble member with The Ruckus Theatre and is a teaching artist and ensemble member with Barrel of Monkeys. See him in our upcoming staged reading of "The Time of Your Life" and in his awesome interview.
Meet Jessie Fisher
musician and friend of The Chicago Inclusion Project. Jessie made her Broadway debut in the musical "Once." Chicago credits include work at Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Lookingglass Theatre Company, About Face, The Gift, The Hypocrites and TimeLine. See her next in our upcoming staged reading of "The Time of Your Life" and in this candid interview.
Meet Sean Parris
Chicago actor and friend of The Chicago Inclusion Project. Credits include Steppenwolf Theatre, Goodman Theatre New Stages, Northlight Theatre, Remy Bumppo Theatre Company, Steep Theatre Company, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Pine Box Theatre, Griffin Theatre, The Gift Theatre Company and Peninsula Players Theatre. In this interview, Sean opens up to us about how he is seen, versus how he would like to be seen.