About This Show

Chicago’s emerging directors tackle works ranging from classic to experimental in the 19th Annual Chicago Directors Festival at Bailiwick Repertory. Twelve directors were selected from a pool of entries for their choice of play and their written directing statement on what the project’s goals and expectations are. Some directors were inspired by classic texts by Euripides, Camus, and contemporary classics by Shel Siverstein and Sam Shepard. Others have been drawn to new works by contemporary playwrights, including many world premieres.

Group A: February 27, 28 March 1 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 7:30
The BaCchae, Directed by Emma Dweck

The Myth of Sisyphus, Directed by Elizabeth Margolius

Group B March 2, 4, and 5 Thursday 7:30, Saturday 6:30, Sunday 3:30
Eclipse, Directed by Diane Robinson

First Date, directed by Sarah E. Knutilla

Group C March 3, 9 and 10 Friday, Thursday, Friday at 10 p.m.

Plants and Animals, Directed by Margot Bordelon

Group D March 6, 7, 8 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 7:30
To Save Him, Directed by Michael Lebovitz

40ish, Directed by Brant Russell

Sudden, Directed by Dori Robinson and Kelli Nicole Hardman

Group E March 9, 11, and 12 Thursday 7:30, Saturday 6:30, Sunday 3:30.
Strange and Useless, Directed by Carol Karaguez

Pathological, Directed by Beth Cummings

Buy One Get One Free, Directed by Michael Morehead

Show Details

Dates: Opening Night: February 28, 2006 Final Performance: March 12, 2006
Location: Bailiwick Arts Center, Illinois

1229 W Belmont Ave,

Chicago,

60657

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