Aug 21: CORE - Dig


American Theater Company - Chicago Open Residency Experiment (CORE) presents Dig
CORE is a week-long workshop opportunity for artists of all disciplines. American Theater Company awards a free week of rehearsal space and a presentation of the work to ten projects and groups of artists. ATC is committed to creating new work for the American theater and asking questions about how we make what we make as American theater artists.

Monday, August 21, 2017 at 7:00pm
at American Theater Company | 1909 W Byron St, Chicago, IL 60613




Dig
By Theodore Germaine
Directed by Gina Marie Hayes
With Avi Roque

Dig is a new work in development which explores the themes of romantic love, non-monogamy, trans identities, mental illness, and how to overall exist within, challenge, and/or fight the flawed legal system within this country. On the night after their lover's funeral - a trans-masculine person from a highly conservative and religious small-town family - 2/3rds of the remaining romantic triad sneak into their deceased partner's apartment to try to come to terms with the tragedy at hand, but the night takes another-worldly, empowering, and illegal turn as they piece together the truth around their partner's death.

FREE but reservation is required. Suggested donation of $15. Space is limited. Click here to RSVP. For more information, click here.



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