The Lakes by Daniel Glenn

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Inertia Theatre Project
October 23 and 24 @ 8PM. $10 suggested donation

"A play about a couple growing young together." In a Chicago premiere, the Inertia Theatre Project presents a free Acting/Directing showcase by playwright Daniel Glenn.

THE LAKES, a one-act play by Daniel Glenn, will receive its Chicago premiere as an exclusive two-night-only acting/directing showcase at Stage 773’s “The Cab” on October 23 and 24, 2018.

With their marriage on the ropes, young couple John and Gladys Lake revert back to their six-year-old selves, hiring their child’s elementary school teacher to arrange a play date between them. If they can figure out what went wrong, maybe they can find a way forward together.

Presented by the Inertia Theatre Project, and directed by new Chicago transplant Corey Bradberry, the cast features Matt Bartholomew, Brandon Campbell, and Devi Reisenfeld. THE LAKES is the second collaboration between Glenn and Bradberry this year, who earlier this spring received an IDEA Capital grant to workshop another of Glenn’s plays in Atlanta.

Opening for the play both evenings will be an excerpt from stage thriller Three Stories Up. The excerpt, written and directed by Mackenzie Gordon, follows a transit cop investigating the murder of her husband. The evening will run approximately seventy minutes with no intermission.

Tickets are available at the door, and admission is free of charge with a suggested $10 donation. Seating will be limited for this unique experience!