In a world of systematic, high-speed technology, some people expect to live life as efficiently as the machines they depend on…and when a machine breaks down, there is usually someone with the skills to fix it. But in an age where things that don't work and can't be mended are thrown away, what do we do with something as human and messy as love?
Performances run Fridays, Saturdays, and Mondays at 7:30 pm.
Friday, May 29 –Monday, June 15, 2015
Linchpin Theatre at The Josephinum Academy
1500 N. Bell, Chicago, IL, 60622
We are happy to accommodate your ticket transaction at the door. General Admission. Our theater seats an audience of 45. Our box office opens approximately 45 minutes before showtime.
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Sound Design & Composer:
Alison is thrilled to be working with Linchpin! Chicago: Beatrice/Much Ado About Nothing and Sinclair Sinclair/Mortal Audit (The Arc), Hamlet and Others/The Hamlet Project (Los Angeles and Chicago), Susie/Wit (Aston Rep), U/S The Woman/The Vandal (Steep Theatre Co.). Regional: Maria/Or What You Will (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), Celia/As You Like It and Belize/The Learned Ladies (Texas Shakespeare Festival), Julia/The Wedding Singer (Santa Rosa Rep, CA), Ellen/Little Dog Laughed (Theatre Out, Los Angeles), Phaedra/Phaedra’s Love (The Nixon, Los Angeles), Adriana/Comedy of Errors (New Swan Shakespeare Festival), Danforth/The Crucible (Claire Trevor Theatre, Los Angeles). MFA Acting – UC Irvine, BA Theatre – UC Riverside.
Devon is excited to be playing with Linchpin Theatre for the first time. He received his training from Kishwaukee College and Illinois State University. Devon has worked regionally with The Illinois Shakespeare Festival and Actors Theatre of Louisville. Chicago credits include The Gilbert and Sullivan Rep with The Hypocrites, The Glass Menagerie (Tom) and Nightfall (Edgar Allan Poe) with Colorbox Theatre. He would like to thank his friends, family and colleagues for their continued support and general awesomeness.
Gary is delighted to be appearing in his first production with Linchpin Theatre. Gary was most recently seen portraying the titular character in Idle Muse Theatre Company's production of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Other Chicago credits include: Dead Man's Cell Phone (Enthusiasts), Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead (Promethean Theatre Ensemble), In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer (Saint Sebastian Players), and The Merchant of Venice (First Folio Theatre). Gary received his acting and improve training in California, where he lived and worked for many years. He feels quite luck to be an alumnus of Bay Area Theatresports, and is also a proud member of SAG-AFTRA.
Meghann has recently returned home to Chicago after training, living and working in London. Her Masters in Acting is from The Oxford School of Drama, and her BA is jointly from DePaul University and the University of South Carolina. She played a supporting role in Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit and can be seen in the Discovery Channel’s Adrift: 47 Days with Sharks during Shark Week. She performed in The Laramie Project, The Toll and As You Like It on stage in the UK. Meghann is very excited to be returning to the Chicago stage in this production with Linchpin Theatre.
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