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HOMELAND 24: The People's Play
Piven Theatre (Noyes Cultural Center)
Evanston, IL
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2 SHOWS REMAINING - SATURDAY 7/13 - 7pm   - SUNDAY  7/14 - 2pm

SATURDAY performances are from 7pm-10:30pm
SUNDAY performances are 2pm-5:30pm.

Music for Theatre CHICAGO's original work submerges audiences into the dystopian, futuristic world of the American Territory in a story that pushes the bounds of "what if" and the consequences of decisions.

24 years after the second civil war, former Citizens who didn't conform to The Leader's five principals redefine life in a world where all of America's freedoms are lost.

Written in the style of a Greek tragedy, Homeland 24: The People's Play looks into the lives and relationships of self righteous Citizens, their glutenous lifestyles and the hardship they impose on Outsiders who were forced behind the wall during The Great Migration. Although political in nature, H24 magnifies the "what if" of post war America and a land where you are what The Leader wants you to be unless you want to give up your life.

The large cast of highly developed characters represent this split society where only Citizens can speak, becoming a slave is a daily probability and loving someone could cost you both your freedom and life. Homeland has audiences roaring in laughter, routing for heroes and fighting back tears.

Homeland 24: The People's Play opens June 28th at Piven Theatre in Evanston. Seating is general admission in this intimate black box theatre.  Tickets go on sale May 25th! Buy early before this relevant story sells out!
The producer has issued several TRIGGER WARNINGS for language, violence and a scenarios that IMPLY sexual violence, drug use and fatalities from a firearms. Performances are not appropriate for young audiences.It recommended for audience goers who are 15+ years of age.

Although nothing in graphic in nature is shown, several of our LGBTQ and Cis characters are in relationships or are having extra martial affairs. All action depicted in this show is a statement about the events occurring in our society. This story's content speaks to historical and present day events.

Directed by Christie Chiles Twillie

Costume Designer - Jessica Sawyer
Set Designer - Tara Houston
Lighting Designer - Latrice Negron
Martial Arts Trainer - Andrea Collins
Fight Choreographer - Nicky Jasper
Sound Designer - Christie Chiles Twillie
Production Manager - Nikolaj Sorensen


Henry, THE LEADER:                   Raymon Cunha
Della, Madame Councilwoman:  Nicholia Q. Aquirre
Vernon/Baba:                               Raymond Cleveland
Dr. Rose/Catherine:                     Cynthia Delafuente
Simone:                                        Alisa Goldberg
Bill:                                               Tim Vance
Emily:                                            Lucy Shea
Dr. Rose:                                       Cynthia Delafuente
Vivian:                                           Rebecca Haubrich / Rachel Johnson (u/s)
Sam:                                              Adam Hoak
Xander:                                         Matthew Leptich
Eleanor:                                        Trace Gamache
Athe':                                            Robert McDonough
Andrew:                                        Terry King / Matthew Schufrieder (u/s)
Chloe:                                           Carmeanna Eberly
Jason:                                           J. Michael Wright
Nora:                                             Alexandra Plattos
Adrienne:                                      Ashley Kammrath / Rachel Johnson (u/s)
Michael:                                        Jorge Bermudez
Howard:                                        Matthew Schufrieder
Raymond:                                     Jacob Lill
Marc:                                            Jake Miser
Theo:                                            Jacob Lill
Socha:                                          Amanda Delafuente
Jonathan:                                     Jake Pranian
Willow:                                          Sammie Cruz
David:                                           Gus Calhoun
Lucy:                                            Natalie Ortega
OIE Officers:                                Jacob Lill, J. Michael Wright, Matthew Schufrieder
Medical Assistants:                     Rachel Johnson, Matthew Schufrieder

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Piven Theatre (Noyes Cultural Center) (View)
927 Noyes St
Evanston, IL 60201
United States


Arts > Theatre
Other > Political

Minimum Age: 14
Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


Owner: Music for Theatre Chicago
On BPT Since: Jul 05, 2016
Music for Theatre CHICAGO

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