January 7th, 2012 - February 11th, 2012

at The Building Stage

A man questions his father about the possible existence of another estranged son, and the questions opens up a series of events that neither men could ever have expected.  Penned by one of the world’s most uncompromising playwrights,  Caryl Churchill’s A Number is a beguiling hour-long psychological thriller that blends topical scientific speculation with a stunning portrait of the relationship between fathers and their sons.

 

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Praise

“3 Stars!”

“Churchill’s harrowing bioethics fable leaves us with a number of things to chew on.”


- Kris Vire, Time Out Chicago (Read the full review)

“A tightly wound, but feverish play..”

“With a stark but intriguing design by Angela M. Campos, Karen Kessler’s production is a visually classy affair.”

“Patrick Blashill offers an emotional and moving performance.”

“This will get you and your date, or you and yourself, talking about matters of substance.”


- Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune (Read the full review)

Cast & Crew

Jen Poulin

Stage Manager

Tony Bozzuto

Bernards/Michael

Heath Hays

Lighting Designer

Angela Campos - Scenic and Props Designer

Joe Court - Sound Designer

Megan E. Sullivan - Costume Designer

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