September 26 - October 13
by IKE HOLTER
directed by MATT HUNE
From the award-winning writer of last season's SENDER, comes the no-holds-barred story of a Chicago public high school slated for closure at the end of the school year. The looming shut-down causes tensions in the school's already volcanic neighborhood to rise to the breaking point, but a small group of teachers launch a last minute battle to save their school. Over the course of the year, they put their careers, their futures, and their safety in the hands of a fast-talking administrator who comes on strong, but might actually have no clue what he's doing. This critically acclaimed play takes on the very topical issue of the rightful role of public schools vs charter schools.
CAST & ARTISTS
Playwright IKE HOLTER
Director MATT HUNE
Scenic/Lighting Designer STEFAN AZIZI
Costume Designer CLAIR HUMMEL
Stage Manager ALLISON VIERA
GENERAL ADMISSION: $30
OPENING NIGHT TICKETS: $40
SEPTEMBER 26 - INCLUDES CHAMPAGNE AND AFTER PARTY WITH THE CAST
Tickets are limited. Online reservations are highly encouraged.
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