Patchwork Drifter

By: Jennifer L. Mickelson*

We proudly present the World Premiere of Patchwork Drifter!

3 Frontier women in a fight with a shotgun

About the Show

California-bound and down on her luck, Emmy Fox finds refuge working for a widowed shopkeeper and her two daughters. But they soon discover that the past can follow you over miles and years, and secrets can be as dangerous as any hazard of the Wyoming frontier.

Patchwork Drifter is a graduate of our Fighting Words program (2013).

WHERE City Lit Theater
1020 W Bryn Mawr Ave, Chicago
2nd Floor, Edgewater Presbyterian Church
WHEN August 15, 2015 – September 19, 2015
SHOWTIMES Thursdays, Fridays
and Saturdays at 8:00pm
Sundays at 3:00pm
PREVIEWS August 8, 2015
PRESS OPENING Saturday, August 15, 2015 at 8:00pm
CLOSING NIGHT Saturday, September 19, 2015 at 8:00pm
PAST PRODUCTIONS

AUDIENCE ALERT
This production uses realistic staged violence in the telling of the story.

RUN TIME
85 minutes with no intermission

DIRECTOR
Leigh Barrett*

VIOLENCE DESIGN
JK Choreography (Jay Burckhardt and Kim Fukawa*)

* Denotes BWBTC Ensemble Member

***Ticket sales end 3 hours before curtain. Seats may still be available even if it says no longer available.***

9/17 – 9/19, BWBTC will be collecting donations on behalf of a local charity.

PLAYWRIGHT: Jennifer L. Mickelson*

DIRECTOR: Leigh Barrett*

VIOLENCE DESIGN:JK Choreography (Jay Burckhardt and Kim Fukawa*)

CAST: Delia Ford* (Harriet), Meredith Rae Lyons (Emmy), Eliza Rose Fichter (Martha), Zoe Shiman (Abigail), Elyse Dawson* (Hannah)

STAFF: Kimberly Morris* (Costume Design), Lindsey Miller (Stage Manager), Mason Absher (Sound Design), Nicci Schumacher (Scenic Design/Technical Director), Laura Wiley (Lighting Design)

* = BWBTC ensemble member

Press photos by: Steven Townshend.

Production photos by: Johnny Knight.

“In her dialogue Mickelson is able to seamlessly weave nuanced, diverse, complex, sympathetic, and credible versions of male subjectivity into her script without ever having male characters appear on stage: a hurdle over which the most gifted playwrights, both male and female, have tripped.” —AROUND THE TOWN CHICAGO
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