Quirky, Poignant Animals Out of Paper by Rajiv Joseph
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By Rajiv Joseph
Directed by Jaclynn Jutting
Featuring Amy J. Carle, Derek Hasenstab and Adam Poss
Animals Out of Paper is one of three productions from Chicago’s next generation of artists presented in repertory at The Garage. NEXT UP is presented in collaboration with Northwestern University’s MFA programs in Direction and Design, and will feature the work of graduates of those programs with casts of professional Chicago actors.
Playwright Rajiv Joseph described his inspiration for the play in a 2008 interview: “I came into the subject in a strange way, since I don’t fold origami at all,” he explains. “I had always been interested in writing a play about a young prodigy. I’ve always liked chess, but chess-prodigy stories have been done. One night I was sitting on a Greyhound bus next to a woman who was folding origami and we started talking. She told me she teaches children origami, and she noted that every once in a while, a kid will understand how to fold in a way that most other people cannot. She said these kids ‘see folds before they happen,’ which I thought was fascinating, and which led me to the creation of this play.”