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Every spring, the J.E. Wilkins Science Pack at Hawkins Middle School celebrates the year with a trip to Wild Winds Amusement Park on their annual Physics Day. One problem - their normally fearless leader, Asia, is secretly terrified of roller coasters! For her team to win this year's Wild Ride Physics Challenge, she must ride at least one. A powerful group of friends unite and resort to extraordinary measures in hopes of helping Asia overcome her fears and discover if they all have what it takes to win.
This production contains the use of strobe lighting effects.
The cast features Simone Brazzini (Asia), Carl Collins (Kamal), Adrien-Sophia Curry (Voiceover), Eliana Deckner-Glick (Blue Clown), Asha Houston (Ife), Jack Melcher (Yellow Clown), Sam Mullaney (Teddy), and Annie Reznik (Gabby).
The production team includes scenic design by Abby West, costume design by Megan Pahlow, lighting design by Mel Williams, sound design by Felix Schauz, projection design by F. Grant Palmer, technical direction by Joe Hocking, dramaturgy by Leah Geisler, production stage management by Kate Petralia, and stage management by Sarah Matthews.
If you or your child require wheelchair accessible and/or companion seating, or have any other hearing or vision needs, please let us know when you reserve your tickets so that we can make sure your visit to our theatre is an excellent one. Discounted tickets are available for patrons with disabilities and their guests.
The performance of TALL ENOUGH on Saturday, 5/7 (2 PM) will be sensory friendly. Accommodations to this performance include reduced sound and lighting cues and some added light in the house of the theatre to welcome audience members with sensory sensitivities.
The performance of TALL ENOUGH on 5/14 (2 PM) will be interpreted in American Sign Language. We also offer personal listening devices for each performance at DePaul's Merle Reskin Theatre. These assistive listening devices are available to patrons upon request.
The performance of TALL ENOUGH on 5/21 (2 PM) will include a live audio-description of the visual and physical events onstage for patrons who are blind or have low-vision.