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1229 West Belmont Chicago, IL 60657
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4.0 / 5 Rated by 11 members
Review from Charlotte
22 events 6 reviews

Float had its comedic moments but in the end I left feeling a bit depressed. The actors definitely captured that small-town, Midwest feel with good character development. However, the play itself was much shorter than I thought it would be and...continued

reviewed Nov 12 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Ides of March
Red Velvet 158 events 19 reviews

This is a play of the quiet, subtle moments of love, loss, revelation and acceptance - moments that register like seismic events in a small town. We know the characters, and we know the situations. But what we don't necessarily see is how it all...continued

reviewed Nov 28 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Herr Vic
325 events 68 reviews

A must-see show. Don't let it close without seeing it!

reviewed Dec 05 2010 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

The play has been recommended for a Joseph Jefferson Award (JEFF) nomination.
“Just plain excellent theatre.” -_Chicago Stage Review _
“_This play is near perfection…a dynamite cast.” —Chicago Theater Blog _
“An apple pie of a play.” - Variety


Written by Patricia Kane

Directed by Leslie B. Danzig 

Patricia Kane (Writer) Pat’s play, Pulp_, premiered at About Face Theatre in 2004 (garnering Jeff & After Dark awards), was remounted by AFT in 2007, and has received numerous critically acclaimed productions across the country. Her other plays include Seven Moves_* (adapted from Carol Anshaw’s novel and premiered at AFT) and Chords_, which premiered at the Arts Club of Chicago in a co-production with AFT and Writer’s Theatre. Currently, she is developing a new play for the educational outreach program at Writer’s Theatre’s. An Artistic Associate with AFT, Pat has appeared in many AFT productions including Pulp, Seven Movies, Fascination, The Gift & Other Stories, The Terrible Girls, Whitman, Dancer from the Dance and_ Cloud Nine. Other Chicago credits include Finding the Sun (Goodman Theatre), Hannah Free (*Victory Gardens & the recent film of the same name), and Under Milk Wood (Barto Productions).


Leslie Buxbaum** Danzig** *(Director) Leslie Buxbaum Danzig is a founding member of the Chicago-based physical theater company 500 Clown, where she co-created and directed 500 Clown MacBeth, 500 Clown Frankenstein, 500 Clown Christmas, and_ 500 Clown and the Elephant Deal_, which have had multiple runs at Chicago theaters including Steppenwolf and Lookingglass, and which tour regularly to theaters and universities throughout the US and abroad. Leslie directed Redmoon Theater’s Hunchback_ at Redmoon Central, NYC’s New Victory Theater, and University of Chicago’s Rockefeller Chapel, and co-directed Blair Thomas & Co.’s _The Ox-Herder’s Tale at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center in MD. Leslie has toured nationally and internationally (as an actor) with NYC’s Elevator Repair Service and was dramaturg with choreographer Molly Shanahan. Leslie trained in physical theater at Ecole Jacques Lecoq and in clown with Philippe Gaulier. She received her BA from Brown University and PhD in Performance Studies from Northwestern University. Leslie is a lecturer at University of Chicago, and also teaches at Northwestern University and Chicago High School for the Arts. Leslie is currently co-directing an original dance-theater production with Julia Rhoads/Lucky Plush Productions, which will premiere at the Museum of Contemporary Art in 2011, and helping launch the premiere of 500 Clown Trapped in Spring 2011.

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