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Exploring the feelings, dreams, and desires of each character, this playlist offers a fun and engaging way to familiarize yourself with the themes of Caryl Churchill's FEN.
University of Chicago Professor Marissa Fenley uncovers the powerful political and economic systems in FEN. In doing so, she illustrates how these oppressive systems have very personal consequences, dictating characters' decisions within the play.
Chicago Theatre Week is back! Attend productions throughout the city at a discounted rate, including our production of FEN. We'll see you at the theatre!
Everything comes from somewhere! Learn about the source text that inspired Caryl Churchill's FEN, Mary Chamberlain's seminal work FENWOMEN: A PORTRAIT OF WOMEN IN AN ENGLISH VILLAGE.
Production Dramaturg Derek Matson provides an overview of the history and socioeconomic context surrounding FEN, while encouraging audiences to imagine a different, brighter future
Get a glimpse inside Director Vanessa Stalling's hopes, goals, and inspirations for Caryl Churchill's FEN.
Resident Artist Ron OJ Parson has been recognized as the 2022 Chicagoan of the Year for Theater
The Civic Actor Studio prepares for the holidays with a celebratory pop-up choir!
Ron OJ Parson receives the 2022 Zelda Fichandler Award.
"Profoundly moving" and "courageous" - reviewers are loving THE ISLAND!
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