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May 8,2012

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Bios for The Whole World Is Watching


May 6,2012

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David Ames is so happy to be working on such a radical show, his first one in Chicago!  He comes here from the ever sunny Philadelphia, where he musically directed many shows at the Arden Theatre Co., People's Light and Theatre Co, and many more.  He was also in wedding bands, cabaret bands, noise bands and such.  He likes cats.  He massages people.


Appearing in his debut performance with Dog & Pony, Anthony Apodaca was last seen in the Jeff Award winning production of CHESS with Theo Ubique where he also appeared in MAN OF LAMANCHA and EVITA. He is An Artistic Associate of the Bohemian Theatre Ensemble and has been privileged to work with Lookingglass, Lil'Bud's, Chicago Dramatists, Stage Left, Bailiwick and White Horse theatres. He holds a BFA in musical theatre from the Chicago College of Performing Arts.

 

Bryan Back is excited to be working with Dog & Pony again, having co-designed lights on As Told By The Vivian Girls and The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabbler in the past.  When not working as a designer or electrician in Chicago, Bryan inspires young theatre artists at John Hersey and Elk Grove High Schools in the suburbs, as well as spending his summers at the National High School Institute at Northwestern University.

 

John Blick is thrilled to be back on stage with Dog & Pony after 2008's As Told By The Vivian Girls.  For D & P, John has worked as a producer on The Twins Would Like To Say, Dead Letter Office, Auctioning the Ainsleys and Roadkill Confidential.  As an actor he's worked with Signal Ensemble, The Plagiarists, Northlight, Open Eye, Collaboraction, among others. He is a company member with Dog & Pony Theatre and serves as their Managing Director.  When not at the theatre John works at the Old Town Merchants and Residents Association.  Thanks for attending Chicago storefront theatre!

 

Matthew Bonaccorso is thrilled to be working with Dog & Pony Theatre Company and this incredibly talented cast and crew. Matthew is the company manager of Route 66 Theatre and a resident stage manager and performer with Chicago Kids Company. Matthew has had the pleasure of working with the Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Company, Lincoln Square Theatre, Simple Theatre, Immediate Theatre and Tony n' Tina's Wedding. Thank you friends and family for all your support.

 

Elana Boulos hails from Virginia and studied Theatre Direction at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Previous AD credits include SPRING AWAKENING and COMPANY at Griffin Theatre. Elana was Steppenwolf's Casting Apprentice during the 2009-2010 Season. Currently, Elana is a Casting Associate at Two Birds Casting (www.twobirdscasting.com). Many hugs to Devon, Dieterich, Stephen and the rest of the cast and crew. Love to family, friends, the lost boys and the Murphys for their support. 

 

Maxwell Burnham is so excited to be involved with his first production with Dog and Pony.  In recent years he has performed with Circle Theater, Theo Ubique, Boho, Chicago Cabaret Project and Chicago Kids Company.  He would like to thank everyone in the cast in crew for being wonderful people.  Peace, Love and Enjoy the show!

 

Paige Collins

Paige is so happy to be working with Dog + Pony again. She last worked with them on The Twins Would Like To Say. Since then she's been in some other awesome productions around town, most recently, Spring Awakening (Griffin Theatre), Freedom, NY (Teatro Vista), We Live Here (Theatre Seven of Chicago), and Eclipsed (Northlight Theatre). She is a proud graduate of University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Thanks go to Devon, Stephen, D-Trick, Elana, Dan, and the rest of the beautiful cast and crew.  

 

Director and co-writer Devon de Mayo* is a founder and co-artistic director of Dog & Pony Theatre Company.  For Dog & Pony, she directed Roadkill Confidential, co-directed/devised The Twins Would Like to Say at Steppenwolf Theatre; dramaturged Auctioning the Ainsleys; co-directed The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabler; devised and co-directed As Told by the Vivian Girls; and directed Clouds.  Recently she directed the world premiere of An Actor Prepares by Mickle Maher (University of Chicago), and the In the Works Series performances of Guerra: A Clown Play.  Other directing credits: San Antonio Luminaria Festival, NHSI, Collaboraction, Serendipity Theatre Collective, Canal Cafe Theatre, London, Studio 7, London, and Indonesian Institute for the Arts.  She received an MFA in directing from Middlesex University in London and did further studies at the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts (GITIS) in Moscow and the Indonesian Institute for the Arts in Bali.  She currently serves as the Director of Arts Education at Northlight Theatre.

 

Jordan Faber is a screenwriter, playwright and filmmaker. She received her MFA in Writing for the Screen & Stage from Northwestern University, where she earned a Princess Grace Award nomination for filmmaking. Jordan enjoys working with public domain footage, and has made films for the Goodman Theatre and The Bronzeville Historical Society. She has created installations involving coin operated and clear televisions, as well as animated films featuring a family of aquatic animals living in a 60's dollhouse.

 

Audrey Flegel: Audrey if freaking thrilled to be working with Dog & Pony Theatre!  Recent credits include Moonlight and Magnolias (Fox Valley Repertory) and Arnie the Doughnut (Lifeline Theatre, world premiere.) She has worked with Bailiwick Repertory, Chicago Kids Company, Halcyon Theatre, Janus Theatre, and Quest Theatre Ensemble, among others.  Audrey is a graduate of the School at Steppenwolf, and the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. She teaches in the Youth and Teen Program at the Second City Training Center. Stay Clean for Gene!

 

Co-director David Dieterich Gray* a Dog + Pony Company Member since 2006, most recently directed D+P's first commissioned work, Dead Letter Office by Phillip Dawkins. Directing credits include: Veuve Clicquot (Dog + Pony) and You Wouldn't Want To Take It... (Piven) as part of Suzan-Lori Parks' 365 Days/365 Plays Festival and Lanford Wilson's A Betrothal (Theatre Lab, ISU). Dieterich also served as Assistant Director on Stephanie Kuehn's Final Angel (3 After Dark Awards, incl. Best Direction). Mr. Gray has been seen on stages for Dog + Pony (Mr. Marmalade, Crumble & Osama The Hero) and around the country at Goodman, Steppenwolf, Chicago Shakespeare, Northlight, Piven (ensemble member), Yale Repertory, Shakespeare Theatre, Alliance, Geva Theatre & Indiana Repertory. Dieterich is a graduate of the Illinois State University and The School at Steppenwolf.

Brittani Arlandis Green moved to Chicago from her hometown, Baltimore, MD in order to attend DePaul University, where she received her B.F.A in Acting. This is Brittani's first production with Dog & Pony! Brittani has been most recently seen in Porchlight Music Theatre's A Catered Affair where she played the role of Alice. One of her favorite roles was Beatrice in Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing while studying at the Theatre School. This summer, Brittani hopes to spend more time with her family in Baltimore!

 

Heath Hays

Heath designed sound for BackStage Theatre Company's The Ruling Class and Seanachi Theatre's drama Whistle in the Dark, as well as The White Airplane, Long Day's Journey into Night, The Rivals, The Good Harvest, and A Streetcar Named Desire, all with Polarity Theatre, and most recently designed sound for The Division's Zastrozzi.  Heath is excited to be a part of The Whole World is Watching, his first show with Dog & Pony. Heath is a BackStage Theatre Company Ensemble member, where he has designed set for On an Average Day (Joseph Jefferson Nomination, Outstanding Scenic Design)The Memory of Water, Beauty on the Vine, Bloody Bess and Zombies from the Beyond as well as the Jeff-recommended shows Waiting for Lefty and Medea. He designed set for Infamous Commonwealth Theatre's Keely and Du, Grey Zelda's Jeff-recommended production of A View From The Bridge as well as their Desire Under the Elms.

 

Greta Honold (Production Manager) is thrilled to be working with the amazingly talented Dog & Pony Theatre Co. Greta recently completed her MFA in Arts Leadership at The Theatre School at DePaul University. Associate Producing credits include En

Route and the Australian tour of the Q Brothers' Funk It Up About Nothin', both with Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Acting credits include work with Goodman, Steppenwolf,

Chicago Children's Theatre, Profiles, Piven, Court, Redmoon and Collaboraction, where she is an Associate Artist.

 

Faith Hurley

Faith Hurley is thrilled to be working with her Dog and Pony family on The Whole World is Watching! This is her second show doing fight choreography with Dog and Pony. She also worked on the award-winning production of As Told By The Vivian Girls. Faith has choreographed multiple times for SideShow Theatre Company here in Chicago, as well as many theatre companies regionally. Some shows include Private Lives, A Devil Inside, A Winter's Tale, and As You Like It.

 

Hannah Kahn is a soon-to-be graduate of Northwestern University. She is so grateful to be a part of this production, especially having been directed by Devon at Cherubs in 2007. Northwestern credits include RENT, Rabbit Hole, Godspell, and the world premiere of Air Guitar High. Endless thanks to the entire team for their open hearts and generous spirits throughout the process.  Peace and love to her family and friends.

 

Jenny Lamb

Jenny Lamb is thrilled to be working with the fine folks at Dog and Pony! Favorite past credits include, Hansel und Gretel (Stepmother/Witch) at the Building Stage, The Taming of the Shrew (Kate) and Jacques Brel's Lonesome Losers of the Night (Whore) with Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre. Jenny is co-founder and co-Artistic Director of Li'l Buds Theatre Company (www.lilbudstheatre.org) and you can catch her in their production of Peter Pan May 26th - June 17th.

 

Tyshaun Lang loves theatre!

 

Kristen Magee

Kristen is so thankful to be back in the arms of Dog and Pony.  With them she appeared in Dead Letter Office (Je T'aime), God's Ear (u/s) and Watering Hole at the DCA.  Kristen received a BFA in Acting from Ithaca College. Before moving to Chicago, she lived in New York, appearing in As The World Turns and the Erin Fetherston for Target commercial.  In Chicago Kristen has worked with About Face Theatre, Collaboraction, The Agency, New Leaf and Filament.  She would like to time warp to 1968 with her cast and stay there forever, never letting the threat of not being heard quiet them. 

 

Morgan Maher

Morgan is pumped to be making his Dog + Pony debut. Special thanks to Maggie McCally for letting him make the audition! Around town he's worked with Steppenwolf, Collaboraction, New Leaf, American Theater Company, Lifeline, Buzz22, the Inconvenience and the Griffin (where he is a proud ensemble member). Check him out this summer in Screen Door Productions' remount of the live movie event I Am A Rocket Scientist.

 

Dan Mohr is a singer, composer, songwriter, performer, and curator. In addition to playing his own songs solo and with Dan Mohr Trio, he has performed with a number of musicians and ensembles in Chicago and beyond, including trance/drone collective DRMWPN, ambient rock quartet Dhalgren, percussionist Michael Zerang, and Vermont-based traditional folk chorus Northern Harmony. His extra-musical interests have led him to diverse collaborations, including with playwright/director Brian Torrey Scott, filmmaker Stephen Cone, and choreographers Julia Rae Antonick and Rachel Damon. His new composition, <> will be performed at The Hideout and Strobe Recording Studios in June 2012 http://danmohr.posterous.com

Jordan Phelps

This is Jordan Phelps' first production with Dog & Pony. He is honored to be performing this valuable piece of Chicago history and is thrilled to be working with such a wonderfully talented cast. Other Chicago credits include work with Circle Theater, Point of Contention Theater Co., The Light Opera Works, Emerald City Children's Theater, The Artistic Home, and MODOFAC Productions. He began acting and singing at the age of 7 in his hometown of Bellingham, Washington and moved to Chicago in 2008 to attend Roosevelt University's Chicago College of Performing Arts. He sends love to his family and friends.

 

Composer and co-writer Stephen Ptacek* is a Dog & Pony artistic associate and a Chicago based sound designer, composer, playwright, multi-instrumentalist and audio engineer.  With Dog & Pony, he served as the sound designer on As Told By The Vivian Girls, God's Ear, The Twins Would Like To Say, Dead Letter Office and Roadkill Confidential.  He has also designed sound and composed music for a host of other companies.  Ptacek is a three-time Jeff Award nominee, winning once for The Side Project's production of Faster by Adam Rapp. This is Stephen's professional premier as a playwright though his one act, WAVES, was performed at the 2003 Pegasus Players Young Playwright's Festival. You can listen to Stephen from 7:30 AM to 10:00 AM on WNUR 89.3 FM where his jazz show, Free Association, follows Conference of the Birds. Special thanks to ESS.

 

Claire Redfield

This is Claire's first production with Dog & Pony and she is thrilled to be onboard. Claire recently assistant directed Kimberly Senior's After the Revolution at Next Theatre and is a proud Lookingglass Teaching Artist. Claire is a graduate of Tufts University with a double degree in Drama and Anthropology. Thank you to Devon, Stephen, and the entire cast and crew!

 

John Rooney (Producer) is a Company Member with Dog and Pony Theatre Company. He has also had the pleasure of working with other companies such as About Face Theatre, American Theatre Company, Caffeine Theatre, Collaboraction, Red Tape Theatre (where he is the Associate Artistic Director), Steppenwolf Theatre and Actors Theatre of Louisville. He received his BFA in Theatre Arts from The Theatre School, DePaul University.

 

Sam Schiller is thrilled to be a part of this exciting production. Sam plays world percussion and drum set for a variety of local projects including his rhythm and blues band Funky Hot Grits. He has performed for several productions at Northwestern University and has played around town at venues such as Reggies, The Elbow Room, The Hard Rock, and The Chicago History Museum.

 

David Seeber is exhilarated to be working with Dog and Pony Theatre Co.  A recent graduate from Columbia College, David is an actor, director, clown, musician, and performance artist.  Recently, David acted as Script Supervisor for the The Inconvenience's production Hit the Wall at Steppenwolf.  Before that, he directed the Steam Orkestra, a live performance installation and stage managed for LiveWire Chicago's A Bright New Boise.  He is a company member of Nothing Without A Company.

 

Jim W. Shinkle

This is Jim's first show with Dog & Pony. He is elated to be working with such a talented cast and crew. Theatre credits include Mark Twain Patriot-Teacher-Philosopher (Saint Sebastian Players) Jon - Theatre on the Lake, Sketchbook 9, 11 (Collaboraction) WIT (Blue Slipper) One Flew over the coo coos nest (Bridger Mountain Theatre Festival). Training includes the Victory Gardens, Second City conservatory, IO, Annoyance. He was coined the occasional comic which is a tragedy.

 

Dan Smeriglio is very excited to be a part of his first production with Dog and Pony! He is a recent graduate of The Theatre School at DePaul University and a proud company member of Two Lights Theatre Company. Recent productions include A View From The Bridge (Marco), The Underpants (Theo), Blood Wedding (Father/Woodcutter). A big thanks to friends and family for all of their support over the years!  

 

Alee Spadoni is incredibly grateful and thrilled to pieces to be involved with the inspirational team of artists who have birthed this baby called The Whole World is Watching. She was last seen as Perdita in The State Theatre of Chicago's Winter's Tale. Favorite credits include The World Over (State Theatre), Sketchbook 2011, Urinetown, Into the Woods, Grand Hotel and The American premier of Peter Pan and Wendy directed by Ted Sperling. UArts Alum. Special thanks to Stephen, Devon, Dtrick, Dan, Elana, David Ames, Ariel, Paola, Janice, Pineapple Palace, Cast, Crew and Dad.

 

Catherine Tantillo is thrilled to be working with Dog & Pony again where she is a company member and has designed costumes for Osama the Hero, Mr. Marmalade, Ape, As Told By The Vivian Girls, The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabler, The Twins Would Like to Say, Dead Letter Office and Auctioning the Ainsleys. Catherine has also worked with Metropolis Performing Arts Centre, the side project, Steppenwolf Theatre, Ally Cat Productions, Chicago Children's Theatre, About Face Theatre, and Chicago Opera Theatre. She is currently the staff costume design assistant at Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Catherine would like to send her love and thanks to her family and friends for all their continued love and support!

 

Ariel Welch is very excited to be working with Dog and Pony Theater Company on The Whole World is Watching! Her recent works include Stage Manager for Five Flights with Immediate Theater Company, Stage Manager for A Streetcar Named Desire with Roosevelt University, the Assistant Stage Manager for Light Opera Works' production of The Student Prince, and the Victory Gardens Stage Management intern for their production of A Guide for the Perplexed. A recent graduate of The Theater School at DePaul University, some of her Theater School credits include Stage Manager for The Graduate Showcase, DNA, & 4.48 Psychosis.

 

Special Thanks to Lost Eras, Den Theatre, Experimental Sound Studio            

 

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April 18,2012

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Jordan Faber, dramaturg and projectionist for The Whole World Is Watching, made this awesome trailer.


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The Whole World Is Watching


March 26,2012



This spring, Dog & Pony presents the world premiere of the devised promenade play with music The Whole World Is Watching in the Prince Charitable Trust Events Room upstairs at the Victory Gardens Biograph Theatre, 2433 N. Lincoln Ave.  New live music, projections, a live and televised-viewing experience combined with a standing-room performance all result in a fast-paced look at a piece of Chicago's history.

 

The new work features book and lyrics by company members Devon de Mayo and Stephen Ptacek; music by Stephen Ptacek; direction by Devon de Mayo with company member David Dieterich Gray; and musical direction and arrangements by Dan Mohr.

Preview performances for The Whole World Is Watching
are May 4, 5, and 11 at 8 p.m.  Regular run is May 12 - June 9.  Press is invited to attend opening night Saturday, May 12 at 8 p.m.  Performances are Wednesdays-Saturdays at 8 p.m.

Tickets are $25 general admission, $15 for students and seniors.  All previews plus Wednesday performances are pay-what-you-can.  For tickets, call the box office at 773-871-3000, 773-871-0682 (TTY), 773-634-9874 (groups of 10 or more), or visit either www.dogandponychicago.org or www.victorygardens.org.

The Whole World Is Watching focuses on the week of the August 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago when there were more than three million people in the city and more than three million stories about what really happened.  Through a collage of stories from the viewpoints of police officers, journalists, clergy, workers, demonstrators, students, politicians and Yippies, The Whole World is Watching recalls the implications that the riots had on national politics.

The Whole World Is Watching
was conceived two years ago by company members Devon de Mayo and Stephen Ptacek.  It was performed as a staged reading in May 2011 as part of Dog & Pony's Ruff Play Reading Series.  Its development process also included five weeks of workshops this winter.

Director and co-writer Devon de Mayo*
is a founder and co-artistic director of Dog & Pony Theatre Company.  For Dog & Pony, she directed Roadkill Confidential, co-directed/devised The Twins Would Like to Say at Steppenwolf Theatre; dramaturged Auctioning the Ainsleys; co-directed The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabler; devised and co-directed As Told by the Vivian Girls; and directed Clouds.  Current projects include: directing the world premiere of An Actor Prepares by Mickle Maher (University of Chicago), and the In the Works Series performances of Guerra: A Clown Play.  Other directing credits include: Jumping Beans (San Antonio Luminaria Festival); Wild Nights with Emily, A Matter of Life and Death, Pool (No Water), The World Over, Nights at the Circus (NHSI); Constriction (Collaboraction, Sketchbook); 2nd Story (Serendipity Theatre Collective); 52 (Canal Cafe Theatre, London); Ohio, Impromptu (Studio 7, London); and The Spider (Indonesian Institute for the Arts).  She received an MFA in directing from Middlesex University in London and did further studies at the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts (GITIS) in Moscow and the Indonesian Institute for the Arts in Bali.  She currently serves as the Director of Arts Education at Northlight Theatre.

Composer and co-writer Stephen Ptacek
* is a Dog & Pony artistic associate and a Chicago based sound designer, composer, playwright, multi-instrumentalist and audio engineer.  With Dog & Pony, he served as the sound designer on As Told By The Vivian Girls, God's Ear, The Twins Would Like To Say, Dead Letter Office and Roadkill Confidential.  He has also designed sound and composed music for About Face (The Young Ladies Of..., Stupid Kids, The Flowers); Babes With Blades (Last Daughter of Oedipus); Backstage Theatre Company (Beauty on the Vine, Memory); Collaboraction (The Siddhartha Project, Sketchbook 2011, Dark Play or Stories for Boys); The Hypocrites (Sophocles: Seven Sicknesses); LiveWire (13th of Paris, Bright New Boise, Oorah!); Mortar Theatre (I AM MONTANA); New Leaf (The Girl In The Goldfish Bowl); The Side Project (Faster, Cut to the Quick Festival); and a host of other companies.  Ptacek is a three-time Jeff Award nominee, winning once for The Side Project's production of Faster by Adam Rapp.

 

Co-director David Dieterich Gray* joined Dog & Pony in 2006.  He first appeared on stage with the company in Crumble (Lay Me Down Justin Timberlake). He directed Dead Letter Office and has also appeared in Osama The Hero and as the title character in Mr. Marmalade all for Dog & Pony Theatre Co.  Gray serves as the casting foreman and has also directed readings for Dog & Pony and a production of Veuve Clicquot by Suzan-Lori Parks as part of her 365 Plays/365 Days Festival.  Other stage credits include: Passion Play at Yale Repertory; King Lear with Stacy Keach at Goodman Theatre (dir. Robert Falls); Mother Courage , The Royal Family (dir. Frank Galati) and I Just Stopped By To See The Man all at Steppenwolf Theatre; Taming of the Shrew (dir. David Bell) at Chicago Shakespeare; The Buddy Holly Story at Drury Lane Oakbrook; Eurydice (dir. Joyce Piven), Great Expectations, Our Country's Good, Lady Chaplin and The Mad Dancers all at Piven Theatre (Ensemble Member). Film credits include: DogJack, The Meaning of Hemmingway, Toolshed and the recent Maverick release, 8 of Diamonds opposite Eric Roberts.

 

Musical director Dan Mohr is a singer, composer, songwriter, performer, and curator.  In addition to playing his own songs solo and with Dan Mohr Trio, he has performed with a number of musicians and ensembles in Chicago and beyond, including trance/drone collective DRMWPN, ambient keyboard rock quartet Dhalgren, singer-songwriter Jeff Harms, percussionist Michael Zerang, and Vermont-based traditional folk chorus Northern Harmony.  His extra-musical interests have led him to diverse collaborations, including with playwright/director Brian Torrey Scott, Chicago film production company Split Pillow, and choreographer Julia Rae Antonick.  He has been an artistic associate and Link-Up artist-in-residence at Links Hall, and with choreographer Rachel Damon received a 2008 Crosscut grant from Links Hall and Experimental Sound Studio.  He is currently at work on an original composition, commissioned by Chicago music/art presenters Homeroom, which sets to music a frantic phone call to the captain of a capsizing cruise ship.  The piece will be performed at The Hideout and elsewhere in early June of 2012.

The cast for The Whole World Is Watching
features Anthony Apodaca, John Blick,* Paige Collins, Audrey Flegel, Brittani Green, Jenny Lamb, Tyshaun Lang, Kristen Magee, Morgan Maher, Jordan Phelps, David Seeber, Jim Shinkle, and Dan Smeriglio.  Maxwell Burnham, Hannah Kahn and Alee Spadoni serve as understudies.

Creative team for The Whole World Is Watching
includes assistant musical direction by David Ames; assistant stage management by Matthew Bonaccorso; assistant directed by Elana Boulos; lighting design by Bryan Back; dramaturgy and projections by Jordan Faber; scenic design by Heath Hays; production management by Greta Honold; fight choreography by Faith Hurley*; technical direction by Justin Longnecker; Justinassistant dramaturgy and audience services by Claire Redfield; produced by John Rooney*; costume design by Cathy Tantillo*; stage management by Ariel Welch.  Krissy Vanderwarker* is co-artistic director of Dog & Pony Theatre Company.

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The Dinner Party Project


March 26,2012



Tucked away between Elston Corridor and the Chicago River, new restaurant Ada Street will play host to a peculiar scientist and his mysterious food experiment: a dinner party of the psyche, where each dish uncovers a piece of a woman's fragmented past. Participants will enjoy a succulent three-course meal from chef Michael Kornick, paired with cocktails from renowned mixologist Tim Lacey, formerly from the Drawing Room, as part of a plan to unlock memory through food.

The Dinner Party Project
is Tuesday, April 17 at Ada Street, 1664 N. Ada St.  Doors open at 7 p.m. and dinner begins at 7:30 p.m.  Tickets are $90 and include three-course meal, drink pairings and gratuity.  Tickets can be purchased at www.brownpapertickets.com.

The Dinner Party Project
is created by Kieran Kredell, Krissy Vanderwarker,* Aaron Weissman,* and Dav Yendler and produced by Rebecca Stevens and John Arents.  Cast includes Kieran KredellBrian CrawfordCaroline Rau, and Julia Miller.  Environment is designed by Marybeth Herr with lights by Aaron Weissman and sound design by Nathan Green.



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