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- by Caitlin Montanye Parrish
- directed by Robert O'Hara
Loosely ANTIGONE, ECHO BOOM tells the story of a valedictorian named Ash whose younger siblings commit a large-scale rampage-killing spree at their school. Examining Columbine, 9/11, electoral fraud, capitalism and the media, Ash searches for her place in a surreal political and religious landscape. ECHO BOOM is presented as part of The Theatre School’s New Playwrights Series, which is an annual presentation of a new play by a current Theatre School student or recent graduate.
- April 27, 2006 - May 06, 2006
- (312) 922 1999
- The cast features
Shannon Altland (Female Chorus), Sara Anderson (Female Chorus), Casey Campbell (Edward), Missi Davis (Bennett), Tim Frank (Damian), Keith Daniel Gallagher (Jesus), Joe Goldammer (Colin), Jason Karasev (Male Chorus), Tawny Ellain Newsome (Ash), Vergia Siovhan Norris (Fiona).
The production team includes scenic design by Katie Schweiger, costume design by Jessica Chesak, lighting design by Chris Prezas, sound design by Jeremy Chalmer, and stage management by Danielle Shindler.