CORPUS DELICTI opens mid-February, 2014, at Chicago's Greenhouse Theater Center, 2257 Lincoln Avenue, for a five week run. Auditions probably will be held during at end of September. It's being produced by MadKap Productions and will be directed by Wayne Mell. A complete synopsis is available in synopsis section of the website.
Sometimes poetic justice is the most just.
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A staged reading by three cat productions.
While home on military leave, Mary announces her engagement to Lizbeth and throws an already tense family dynamic into a tailspin.
4 women, 2 men, single set.
For a complete synopsis, go to the Synopsis list on this website.
The cast includes Sara Pavlak, Cate Gillespie, Tonya Simmons, Michael Hampton, Michael Rogalski, Liz Zweifler and is directed by Jarrin Davis.
Saturday, May 4 at 7 pm.
Berger Park Coach House
6205 N. Sheridan (Corner of Sheridan and Granville, 2 blocks east of the Red Line Granville station and Sheridan Road, #151)
Tickets are $10. You may reserve seats in advance by calling 312-970-9840
The Coach House is located at 6205 N Sheridan Road,. Street parking (pay box/meter until 9pm) is available on Granville and side streets.
I look forward to seeing you.
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A HOUSE DIVIDED
A PARENT CONFERENCE
A PTICH AT WRIGLEY
A SLICE OF TEEN LIFE
AFTER THE SECOND ESKIMO WAR
AND THY MOTHER
LA COMMEDIA E FINITA
RIDE OF A LIFETIME
THE EMAIL CONSPIRACY
David Alex has received three Grant Awards from the Illinois Arts Council in Recognition in Playwriting and a Grant from the Pilgrim Foundation. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild, Chicago’s Joseph Jefferson Committee and the former Secretary of the Chicago Alliance for Playwrights and the Illinois Theatre Association.
One of the underlying themes of my work is to examine the conflict between man’s desire to remain an individual--true to himself-- with the needs of society that demand a level of conformity to insure its survival. My writing often portrays humanity's struggle to balance these conflicting forces and the tragedies of those who cannot.