LiveWire Chicago Theatre, in association with the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE), presents the Chicago premiere of A Permanent Image. Bo lives 3,000 miles from his parents. Ally’s home is only three hours away. Neither sibling has seen their folks in a few years. Their father’s death brings them home for the holidays. When they arrive, they discover their mom has decorated. The Christmas tree is up and everything in the house has been painted. The floor, the couch, the telephone book, all the elements of the house are freshly coated in white. What is going on? A Permanent Image leaves a perpetual mark.
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Tags: Anders Jacobson, Angela Campos, Austin Oie, Caitlin O'Rourke, Chicago theater, Chris Tabor, Chris Zdenek, DCASE Storefront Theater, Delia Ford, Ed Dzialo, Eric Branson, Hilary Williams, Jack McCabe, Janice O'Neill, Joshua Aaron Weinstein, Judy Radovsky, Justin Snyder, Katy Walsh, Livewire Chicago, Liviu Pasare, Mary Ellen Rieck, Mary Williamson, Noël Huntzinger, post, Samuel D. Hunter, Scott Pillsbury, Stephen Ptacek