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- by Ike Holter
- directed by Dexter Bullard
Ally and Ross have made a commitment to NOT make a commitment. After dating for two years, the couple decides to swear off "business as usual": no wedding, no kids, no house. But, when a priceless object is stolen from their apartment, Ally and Ross jump into action, vowing to retrieve their prized possession by any means necessary. Kitchen Sink is a non-stop-noir-drenched-over-the-top expedition through Chicago's underbelly; a path littered with thieves, private detectives, back-stabbing frenemies, and the ever-elusive, possibly extinct prospect of actually acting like an adult.
This world-premiere ensemble production features the Class of 2013 Master of Fine Arts in Acting candidates.
- May 17, 2013 - May 26, 2013
- DEPAUL'S MERLE RESKIN THEATRE
- (312) 922-1999
- The cast features
Laura Welsh-Berg (Elaine), Matthew Browning (Jonas Baxter), Dan Cobbler (Ross), Elizabeth Conkle (Ally), Molly Fisher (Sandra), Gregory Marlow (Felix), Joshua Moaney (Nelson), and Noah Simon (Miles).
The production team includes scenic design by Rachel Watson, costume design by Tif Bullard, lighting design by Zak Malsich, sound design by Jack Hawkins, dramaturgy by Dean Corrin, and stage management by Olivia Wallace.