Dude, Where's My Copay: A Satirical Look at America's Health Care System
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Award-winning Chicago stage veteran Roslyn Alexander fills the fascinating shoes of fearless activist Emma Goldman in this new solo drama that explores the passions behind the controversial figure's political agitation and the price she was willing to pay for it. A charismatic speaker and organizer, Goldman threatened the turn-of-the-century status quo with her liberal views on social issues and women's rights, but became infamous as an anarchist who advocated free love and who was jailed several times for demonstrating contraceptives, inciting to riot and opposing the draft. Dennis Zacek directs for the ShPIeL Theatre. Learn More
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When the first male birth control pill was introduced to the public, it was later discovered the pill caused shrinkage of the penis. As a result it was quickly removed from the market. When one of the first female birth control pill contraceptives was introduced, it was later discovered that the pill’s most common side effect was death. As a result the dosage was lowered and thus inspired the comedy musical, Dude, Where’s My CoPay?
Follow the journey of one brave, swanky and dare we say colorful pantsuit-lovin’ woman, as she fights to give the American Health Care System the facelift it so desperately needs. And this lady knows a thing or two about the benefits of a good facelift. Did we mention she’s third in line to be President of the United States? I smell a plot thickener!
Dude, Where’s My Copay is a satirical look at a nation that listens less to their own licensed doctor and more to the man wearing scrubs on Oprah. Through the magic of originally composed songs and the majesty of just above mediocre dance (if you want dancing go see Billy Elliot), discover the right prescription for universal health care and the universal disease plaguing all Americans: Bitching.
Natalie Anis – Director
Mitchell Kohl – Writer