Hope VI: New Play Tells Story of Chicago Girl
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The last date listed for Hope VI was Friday July 10, 2009 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Chicago Dramatists Theatre
- Full Price:
- $28.00 - $33.00
- Our Price:
- $15.00 - $16.50
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Featured review from Tamera
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This was a very good show. It was realistic, entertaining and the actors/actresses were very good. You never felt like you were watching a play; rather, we felt like we were watching an actual drama unfold. I went with my husband, sister and a male cousin. All of us were over 40. There was quite a bit of profanity but, if the play is to be realistic, it would have such language in it, unfortunately. Notwithstanding, a very good play.
by Nambi E. Kelley
Directed by Ilesa Duncan
Hope VI tells the story of Hope Graves, 6, a high spirited and funny young girl who has become strangely quiet. Hope VI is the journey of her dream and her family’s struggle to survive after the wrecking ball hits the Robert Taylor homes on Chicago’s Southside..
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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.