PLAYWRIGHT: Dustin Spence is a playwright and activist who has lived and worked in Chicago for nearly a decade, and is rooted in the storefront theatre community. Dustin’s other works include The Sound of a Yellow Flower and What Was Mine To Do along with several one act plays. For more information about Dustin, please check out his Q&A, or visit his website.
CAST: Catherine Dvorak (Tina/Angel), Arti Ishak (Sharif), Sam Long (Ferguson), Izis Mollinedo (Ruiz), Patti Moore* (Nichols), Aaron Wertheim (Reggie/Angel), Kathrynne Wolf* (Selmy), Maureen Yasko* (Rockford), Rachel Flesher (Understudy/Swing)
STAFF: Leigh Barrett* (Production Manager), Milo Bue (Scenic Design), Elyse Dawson* (Director), Brigidta De Souza (Stage Manager), Jason A. Fleece (Dialect Coach), Rachel Flesher (Violence Design), Barbara Lhota* (Props Design), Kimberly Morris* (Costume Design), Matthew Reich (Sound Design), David Trudeau (Lighting Design), David Woolley (Competition Sponsor)