I Am Going to Change the World Examines Depression and Disability
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The last date listed for I Am Going to Change the World was Sunday June 24, 2012 / 3:00pm.
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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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This is really well done and you leave the theater thinking about how your life could have been changed by a single event. The acting was exceptional, especially the lead character. Definitely should put on your list to see before it is gone.
A world premiere by Andrew Hinderaker
Directed by Jonathan Berry
Set Design – Collette Pollard
Lighting Design – Heather Gilbert
Sound Design – Chris Kriz
Costume Design – Alison Siple
Projections Design – Mike Tutaj
Stage Manager – Associate Artist Jenniffer J. Thusing
Production Manager - Becky Mock
Graphic Design - Paul Grigonis
Technical Director - Joe Dybdal
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