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Our 2022-2023 production program launches with POLAROID STORIES in October 2022.

More information about the full program can be found on our 2022-2023 Productions Page.

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POLAROID STORIES

Written by Naomi Iizuka 

Directed by Greg Allen

 

PERFORMANCES

Thursday October 13th 7:30pm
Friday October 14th              

*ASL Interpreted Performance

8:00pm
Saturday October 15th 8:00pm
Sunday October 16th

*ASL Interpreted Performance

2:00pm
Monday October 17th No Performance
Tuesday October 18th 7:30pm
Wednesday October 19th 7:30pm
Thursday October 20th 7:30pm
Friday October 21st 8:00pm
Saturday October 22nd 8:00pm
Sunday October 23rd 2:00pm

 

Creative and Production Team

Scenic Design by Janie Howland

Costume Design by Frances McSherry

Lighting Design by Abigail Wang

Sound Design by David Reiffel

Projections Design by Bella Ciaramitaro (Art & Design ’24)

Production Stage Manager:  Nico Fernandez (’25)

Assistant Stage Manager:  Lily McCollum (’25)

CAST LIST

D Donovan Holt
Eurydice Jada Saintlouis
Persephone Shira Lederman
Orpheus Winston Alcufrom
Philomela Gabriela Hernandez
SKINHEADgirl Marie Siopy
Narcissus Finnigan McCormack
Echo Erin Solomon
SKINHEADboy Lou Conrad
G Noah Braunstein

 

A visceral blend of classical mythology and real-life stories told by street kids, Naomi lizuka’s Polaroid Stories journeys into a dangerous world where myth-making fulfills a fierce need for transcendence.  Inspired in part by Ovid’s Metamorphoses, Polaroid Stories takes place on the outermost edge of a city, a way stop for dreamers, dealers, and desperadoes, a no-man’s land where runaways seek camaraderie, refuge, and escape. Serpentine routes from the street to the heart characterize the interactions in this spellbinding tale of young people pushed to society’s fringe.

 

“Polaroid Stories is a well written dark drama which speaks about some of the heavy issues in the lives of street youth in the city. This not a heartwarming story, but a dark social commentary from a very up close and personal viewpoint.”

-Chicago Critic

 

Content Warning:

This performance includes adult, suggestive, and offensive language, mentions and depictions of drug abuse and addiction as well as references to sexual harassment and violence.

Polaroid Stories is produced by special arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Woodstock, Illinois.

 

AUDIENCE INFORMATION

  • All performances are in-person, live in the Studio Theatre in Curry Student Center (First Floor – next to the indoor quad above the food court).
  • This performance will run approximately 2 hours including one 10 minute intermission.
  • General seating (no assigned seating).
  • No photography or video recording during performances.
  • No late seating.
  • No re-admission during performance.
  • House opens approximately 20 minutes before performance time.  We encourage audience members to arrive to the theatre at least 15 minutes before the performance in order to find the theatre and select seats.

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TICKET PRICES

For students: $5.00

For non-students: $10.00

 

DIRECTIONS

Department Performances take place in the STUDIO THEATRE.  It is located on the 2nd Level (1st Floor) of Curry Student Center, next to Gallery 360.  Look for the Glowing Light Wall.

Directions to the Studio Theatre