My play Endeavor Mind opens in less than a month. It now has an official show website, and tickets are on sale. This is really happening! I am so grateful to The Plagiarists for choosing my show to open their 11th season.
I’m really proud of this play and excited about the what the cast and production team have been working on. If you are in Chicago I hope you’ll come see it. Heck, even if you aren’t in Chicago I hope you’ll come see it. (I currently have friends and family traveling from four states to see this show.)
Claudine is a brilliant academic who sometimes wonders if she has settled for family and a boring job instead of pursuing her full potential. So when a new brain-enhancing technology is developed by billionaire tech genius Frances Westmore, Claudine jumps at the chance to be part of the program and pursue the dreams she had set aside. But this experiment will have unintended consequences, for Claudine and for those around her. Inspired by Faust, The Twilight Zone, and Black Mirror, Endeavor Mind is where corporate science, human biology, family dynamics, and intellectual aspiration converge.
Think that sounds cool? I certainly do. (But I may be a tad biased.)
by Kim Z. Dale
Directed by Jen Poulin
October 5 – 27
Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 7:30 pm, Sundays at 3 pm.
Industry show Monday, October 22 at 7:30 pm
The Den Theatre, Studio 3A —- 1333 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60622
Tickets are pay what you can ($20 suggested donation)
The theatre is small, so I do suggest you buy tickets ahead of time.