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Photo Flash: Sideshow Theatre Company Presents U.S. Premiere of truth and reconciliation

Sideshow Theatre Company is pleased to continue its 10th anniversary season with the U.S. premiere of debbie tucker green's powerful and epic journey truth and reconciliation, directed by artistic director Jonathan L. Green* and featuring a 22-member cast. truth and reconciliation will play March 12 - April 16, 2017 at Victory Gardens Richard Christiansen Theater, 2433 N. Lincoln Ave. in Chicago. Tickets are currently available at www.victorygardens.org, by calling (773) 871-3000 or in person at the Victory Gardens Box Office.

truth and reconciliation features Latrel Crawford, Ashley Crowe, Travis Delgado, Almedia Lee Exum, Sam Guinan-Nyhart, David Lawrence Hamilton*, Kayla Raelle Holder, Michael Holding, Ann James*, Tiffany Renee Johnson, Ian Martin, Jennifer Mathews, Éamonn McDonagh, Monette McLin, Carolyn Nelson, Tiffany Oglesby, Jeremy Pfaff, Bradford Stevens, Keith Surney, Isabel Thompson, Netta Walker and Sean Wiberg.

South Africa, Northern Ireland, Rwanda, Bosnia and Zimbabwe. Five devastating conflicts, thirty years, one room and one burning question: can reconciliation be found when the reluctant truth is finally spoken? Twenty-two actors bring debbie tucker green's sixty-minute unblinking exploration of loss to life. Stories from across the world weave together in a search for justice, as victims and perpetrators alike struggle for meaning in the aftermath of crime.

The production team for truth and reconciliation includes: Yu Shibagaki (scenic design), Noël Huntzinger* (costume design), Jared Gooding (lighting design), Michael Huey (sound design), Eva Breneman (dialect design), Gabrielle Randle (dramaturg), Colleen Layton (stage manager) and Ben Jones (production manager).

high res photos Photo Flash: Sideshow Theatre Company Presents U.S. Premiere of truth and reconciliation
(front, left to right) Latrel Crawford, Carolyn Nelson, Almedia Lee Exum and Monette McLin with the cast of in Sideshow Theatre Company’s U.S. premiere of truth and reconciliation by debbie tucker green, directed by Jonathan L. Green. Photo by Jonathan L. Green. Photo Flash: Sideshow Theatre Company Presents U.S. Premiere of truth and reconciliation
(front, left to right) Isabel Thompson, Kayla Raelle Holder, Michael Holding and Sean Wiberg with the cast of Sideshow Theatre Company’s U.S. premiere of truth and reconciliation by debbie tucker green, directed by Jonathan L. Green. Photo by Jonathan L. Green. Photo Flash: Sideshow Theatre Company Presents U.S. Premiere of truth and reconciliation
(front, left to right) Tiffany Renee Johnson, Travis Delgado, Keith Surney and Bradford Stevens with the cast of Sideshow Theatre Company’s U.S. premiere of truth and reconciliation by debbie tucker green, directed by Jonathan L. Green. Photo by Jonathan L. Green. Photo Flash: Sideshow Theatre Company Presents U.S. Premiere of truth and reconciliation
(front, left to right) Éamonn McDonagh, Jennifer Mathews, Jeremy Pfaff and Ann James with the cast of Sideshow Theatre Company’s U.S. premiere of truth and reconciliation by debbie tucker green, directed by Jonathan L. Green. Photo by Jonathan L. Green. Photo Flash: Sideshow Theatre Company Presents U.S. Premiere of truth and reconciliation
(front, center) Netta Walker with (back, l to r) Latrel Crawford, Keith Surney and Almedia Lee Exum in Sideshow Theatre Company’s U.S. premiere of truth and reconciliation by debbie tucker green, directed by Jonathan L. Green. Photo by Jonathan L. Green. Photo Flash: Sideshow Theatre Company Presents U.S. Premiere of truth and reconciliation
(front, left to right) Sam Guinan-Nyhart and Netta Walker with the cast of Sideshow Theatre Company’s U.S. premiere of truth and reconciliation by debbie tucker green, directed by Jonathan L. Green. Photo by Jonathan L. Green. Photo Flash: Sideshow Theatre Company Presents U.S. Premiere of truth and reconciliation
(front, left to right) Ashley Crowe and Ian Martin with the cast of Sideshow Theatre Company’s U.S. premiere of truth and reconciliation by debbie tucker green, directed by Jonathan L. Green. Photo by Jonathan L. Green.



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