Fish Eye by Lucas Kavner

             At a bar across from a falafel place, Max and Anna meet again, or is it for the first time? A funny and emotionally raw portrait of a couple struggling to hold on to one another without losing themselves, Fish Eye explodes the traditional chronology of romance and offers a modern take on the exhiliration of love – when nothing means everything and everything means nothing – and the entire world can shrink down to a single moment.

'Recommended' by Perform.ink

“Overall, this is a vulnerable and honest production of a thoughtful play. Willett has expertly led these actors to play in a lot of the pockets that make up this complicated time in our lives. Kudos to Dandelion Theatre for diving into the uncertainty, trepidation and truthfulness of this script. It is well worth seeing."

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Photo credit: Austin Oie

Presented at

The Frontier

1106 W. Thorndale Ave.,

Chicago IL

 

Runs September 29 - October 16

 

$20 suggested donation

Preview: Thursday 9/29

Regular run: Friday 9/30, Saturday 10/1,

Wednesday 10/5, Thursday10/6, Saturday10/8, Sunday 10/9,

Thursday 10/13, Friday 10/14, Saturday 10/15

All at 7:30pm

 

Sunday matinees on 10/9 & 10/16

Both at 4:00pm

Running time: 90 minutes

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Directed by

Bec Willett

 

Featuring 

Morgan Crouch as Avery

Cory Hardin as Max

Katherine Lamb as Anna

Stephen Rowland as Jay

 

Stage Manager

Rebecca Howell

 

Production Manager

Jennifer McClendon

 

Lighting Desinger

Eric Watkins

 

Costume Designer

Satoe Schechner 

 

Sound Designer

Matt Reich

 

Marketing Coordinator 

Reilly Willson