Theatre Y to Premiere Evan Hill's THE BINDING, 10/3-11/3
Theatre Y announces the world-premiere of The Binding, by Evan Hill, on October 3 at Saint Luke's Lutheran Church of Logan Square (2649 N. Francisco Ave.).
With a grant from the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, this production includes a one-month residency with French-Serbian choreographers Denes Debrei and Henri Varga. The Binding will be directed by Melissa Lorraine and assistant directed by Kevlyn Hayes of Found Objects Theater. Lorraine is a critically acclaimed actress, and made her directorial debut in 2011 with Philip Ridley's Vincent River- which was also a critical success.
The six-member cast includes Arch Harmon as the Man, Margaret Kustermann as the Wife, Andrew Schoen as the Son, Joel Moses as the Visitor, and Bill Gordon and Hank Hilbert as the philosophers Heraclitus and Democritus, respectively. Theatre Y also introduces ten-year old Liam and Adrian van der Bijl as The Chorus. Contact email@example.com for additional photos or biographical information about the artists.
Performances will be held Thursday - Sunday at 7pm from October 3 - November 3. Tickets are $15-20 and can be purchased online at www.theatre-y.com.