I PUT THE FEAR OF MEXICO IN 'EM
F&V adjunct faculty member Cheryl Graeff stars in Matthew Paul Olmos' World Premiere of I put the fear of méxico in 'em on the Chicago Dramatists stage through Sunday, December 9.
i put the fear of méxico in 'em, a Teatro Vista Production at Chicago Dramatists
Set in an alley off the beaten track in the border town of Tijuana, fear of méxico tells the story of an American couple on holiday who are confronted by a Mexican couple and forced to talk it out. This bold new work challenges our assumptions and our ideas about boundaries and cultural differences. With a stellar cast including Teatro Vista ensemble members Charin Alvarez and Marvin Quijada, along with Cruz Gonzalez-Cadel, Cheryl Graeff, Miguel Nuñez and Bryn Packard, Director and Teatro Vista co-Artistic Director Ricardo Gutierrez brings this incredible new work to the Chicago Dramatists stage.
Where: Chicago Dramatists, 1105 West Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL 60642
Conveniently on the Blue Line and the Chicago Avenue Bus route, with street parking available.
When: Previews begin November 4; Opening Night is November 8; Show runs through December 9. Evening performances Thursday through Saturday and matinees on Sundays.
Tickets: Tickets are $20 for previews, $25 for regular performances and only $15 for groups of ten or more and for Industry Night, Monday, November 19.