Suzanne Alexander, a successful author, has been invited back to her alma mater, Ohio State, to give a lecture on the themes in her work. As Suzanne revisits her time as a student, a sinister mystery surfaces and begins to unravel, revealing how we are all unwilling products of our environment and that survival is sometimes the biggest act of defiance.

 

Adrienne Kennedy, the Obie award-winning playwright of Ohio State Murders, has had a profound and long-lasting affect on the American theatre. Her first produced play, Funnyhouse of a Negro, premiered Off-Broadway in 1964. She is a 1953 graduate of Ohio State University.

Directed by

Katherine Lamb

 

Featuring 

Renee Lockett as Suzanne Alexander

Nathaniel Andrew as David/Val

Lisa McConnell as Aunt Lou

Amber Hugee as Iris Ann

Tim Moan as Robert Hampshire

Danielle Thorsen as Young Suzanne
 

Assistant Director/Assistant Producer

Kristina McCloskey

Stage Manager

Christopher Sylvie

Scenic Designer

Rachel Rauscher

Lighting Desinger

Michelle Benda

 

Costume Designer

Satoe Schechner 

 

Sound Designer

Patrick O'Brien

Projections Design

Chris Owens

Ohio State Murders by Adrienne Kennedy

Presented at

The Heartland Studio

7016 N. Glenwood Ave.,

Chicago IL

 

Runs March 23 - April 2

 

$20 suggested donation

Preview: Thursday 4/23

Opening Night: Friday 4/24

 

Shows Thurs. - Sat. at 7:30pm

and Sun. at 3pm

Running time: 65 minutes

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