How I Became An Interesting Person, an Offbeat Story about Relationships
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In the dark ages of the 1990s, motherhood was a blood-sport of pageantry and honor. Instead of thundering steeds, moms drove minivans. Instead of helmets and shining armor, they wore fanny packs and sported side-ponies held in place with scrunchies. And now the glorious tale of these legendary warriors is told in The Moms: Fannypackin' Heat. In a world where it's all for the kids, six parents battle to rule the school district once and for all ... or at least for the duration of the coming school year. Friendships are challenged and wine coolers are emptied in this deliriously funny play at the Chicago Dramatists Theatre. Learn More
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Wayne moves to a one-room penthouse apartment on Russian Hill, and immediately things change. His coworkers are eager to see his new place, and the rules in his new environment include sharing one refrigerator and one bathroom with his fellow residents! On top of it all, Wayne’s landlady, Mrs. Walker, has taken an interest in him and wants to let him in on a little secret. There is something for everyone in this offbeat look at life changes and interpersonal relationships. Will Wayne learn to accept himself as he is, or will he conform to fit the expectations of others?
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Chicago Dramatists is a professional theatre, dedicated to the development and advancement of playwrights and new plays. The primary goal is to discover, develop and promote the new plays and playwrights that will contribute to the established theatre repertoire, and enrich the lives of future theatre audiences. The organization provides both beginning and established playwrights opportunities to expand their professional affiliations, showcase their work to the theatre marketplace, and collaborate with actors, directors, dramaturgs and audiences during the creative process. From first draft to final product, writers are exposed to audience responses to their work, critiques and support from peer playwrights, and administrative and artistic leadership from Chicago Dramatists' staff.