WildClaw Theatre Presents the World Premiere of Future Echoes

WildClaw Theatre Presents the World Premiere of Future Echoes

WildClaw Theatre opens its 10th year of bringing horror to the Chicago stage with Future Echoes by Paul Foster to begin the 2018 season. Directed by Norine McGrath, this horror play begins with a group of college friends reuniting at a dinner party and reminiscing about the past. They soon realize time is no longer on their side. Open Your Eyes. Open the door. Collapse the wave function.

Previews begin April 24th-26th; performances run April 27th-May 27th, 2018. Located at The Den Theatre, 1333 N. Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL 60622.

TICKETS: $30 General Admission and $15 Students & Industry Professionals. Now on sale HERE.

Featuring: Nic Bell, Hillary Gokenbach, Gregory Madden, Katy Neilson, Brian Pastor, Gabrielle Lott-Rogers, and Greg Wenz.

Production Team: Sound Design by Sara Espinoza; Lighting by Charles Blunt; Costumes by Stefanie Sajib-Johnson; Set Design by John Ross Wilson; Violence Direction by Mark Lancaster and Mask Designs by Rachel Watson. Keith Gatchel serves as Stage Manager, Mark Bracken as Production Manager, and Alex Nicholson as Assistant Director.

WildClaw Theatre brings the world of horror to the stage. We attract an audience craving strange journeys of dread, suspense, terror, and wonder: Horror Theatre. The name “WildClaw” pays homage to the late, great Chicago actor, writer, and raconteur – the much loved and missed Ray Wild, otherwise known as “The Claw.” We are proud to be residents of The Den Theatre.

For more information, please visit www.wildclawtheatre.com.

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