Anon(ymous) by Naomi Iizuka
Directed by Meghan Considine
Produced by Meredith Mackey
FRIDAY, October 13 ~ 7pm & 10pm
SATURDAY, October 14 ~ 2pm & 7pm
McCormick Auditorium in Norris University Center
Admission is FREE!
Anon(ymous) is, in simplest terms, Homer’s epic The Odyssey through the lens of modern day refugee crises. But it’s also about fighting monsters, motherhood, manifestations of faith, chosen families, and what happens to identity under drastic and unforeseen circumstances. Tracking the whirlwind journey of our young protagonist Anon, we are offered dozens of visions of America: from the crashing ocean to the hazy back room of a bar, from a family-owned Indian restaurant to a sweatshop. We will travel by railroad, by interstate, by sea, and by foot searching for Home.
*This show is recommended for audiences in 7th grade and above. Please be advised that this show includes depiction of war, the death of parents, physical violence, and discriminitory language ... all of which are essential to the telling of the story. If you have any questions/concerns regarding this subject matter, please don't hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org*
Winter mainstage and tour
Step on a Crack by Suzan Zeder
Directed by Taylor Stark
Produced by Marissa Ferrara & Olivia Worley
FRIDAY, February 23
SATURDAY, February 24
Shanley Pavilion at Northwestern University
10th Annual PLAYground Festival of Fresh Works
PLAYground is an annual event which showcases the work of three professional Theatre for Young Audiences playwrights. These plays are full-length and brand-new, and we invite any and all of you to come and be a part of their development. In addition, we also have speakers and workshops throughout the day, focusing on modern day issues in the world of TYA.