by Laura Jacqmin
Directed by Ann Filmer
Sunday, July 23 3:00 PM
at The Nineteenth Century Club
178 Forest Ave, Oak Park


This event is open to 16th Street’s 100 Club Members along with Nineteenth Century Club members. The play will be performed in the Margaret Houck Ballroom.
Free parking in garage located right next to building.

When Gordon and Carmel buy a greystone in Chicago, it’s with the best of intentions: they plan to rent the building’s second apartment to a low-income black family, displacing Erik and Nora, their white tenants. But when Gordon realizes there’s more to Nora than meets the eye, he finds himself caught in the middle of a power struggle, calling into question what it means to do good.

Featuring Meghan Reardon as Nora from Season Seven 2014 production, along with Gregory Geffrard, Lanise Antoine Shelley and Rich Holton.

“a remarkable, slyly told meditation on gender and racial politics, and how genuinely hard it is to really make a difference.” — Jack Helbig, Chicago Reader

Laura Jacqmin is a Los Angeles-based playwright, TV writer and video game writer, originally from Cleveland

This play is a part of Pop Up Series for ALL IN 100 Club and 100 Club (choose 3 Pop Ups)