Written in 1969 by one of Poland’s most revolutionary and prophetic playwrights, The Old Woman Broods is a darkly satiric look at one woman’s grotesque struggle against an unchecked power that is leading the world to disaster. The landscape has disappeared, garbage falls like snow, beachgoers still flock to bask in the sun, and wars break out in this farce packed with equal parts terror and hope. See it this season at Chicago's Trap Door Theatre.
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It’s 1929. Two ambitious visionaries race against each other to invent a device called “television.” Who will unlock the key to the greatest innovation of the 20th century?
For your reading enjoyment, by the founder of The Local Tourist:
"If John Steinbeck earned a Nobel Prize in Literature shortly after publishing Travels with Charley, then Theresa should start planning a trip to Oslo, Norway, because Two Lane Gems is every bit the book Travels with Charley was. And then some." ~Amazon review