The Chicago PREMIERE of steve yockey’s
Alexandria Moorman - Terry Guest - Connor baty - Eric Lindahl
Directed by Derek Van Barham
Jack brings a stranger home to ex-boyfriend Ben’s apartment. The Narrator can barely keep a lid on the looming violence creeping in from the city streets. Darkly comic, this predatory fairy tale explores sex and fear in modern culture, the comfort of lava lamps, and the dangers of a handy axe.
The design team includes lighting design by G. Max Maxin IV, sound design by Matthew Chase, costume design by Uriel Gomez, fight choreography by Bill Gordon, intimacy design by Sasha Smith, and assistant director Brittney Brown. Lucien Gratteri stage manages and production management is by Nora Lise Ulrey.
Exit 63’s 2019 Season - UNHINGED
In an isolated house at the edge of a cornfield, in the mountains of Virginia, something almost beyond belief is happening to the Cleary family. When Bridget Cleary goes missing, in the dead of the night, her husband Michael and son, Jeremy, scramble to help Sheriff Richard Egan find her. Then, as suddenly as she vanished, Bridget reappears, talking about strange visitations and otherworldly beings. Is she lying? Or are supernatural forces at work?
Wolves: A Predatory Fairy Tale
Two men's folie à deux overtakes their small apartment and spills out onto city streets. When ex-boyfriend Jack brings a strange man home to woodland-obsessed Ben’s apartment, the Narrator can barely keep a lid on the looming violence. This “deconstruction” of the Little Red Riding Hood story is a darkly comic, predatory fairy tale for adults that explores the conflation of sex and fear in modern culture, the comfort of lava lamps, and the dangers of a handy axe.
Welcome to the dark and twisted world of Ashleigh Whitford, the twelve-year-old illustrious Leader of the Lady Jean Ladies, South Florida’s most exclusive horse club. Something truly foul threatens the stables and stability of this tween cult, throwing the girls into crisis mode. An immersion into middle school deception and lies, Horse Girls infiltrates the world of pre-teens, their obsessions, their insecurities, their selfies, and their desperate need to find a place in the world.