Previews begin May 29 for Jeremy Sams' new translation of Jean Cocteau's Les Parents Terribles, Indiscretions, before it makes its Chicago premiere at the Organic Touchstone June 4-28.
Indiscretions is a dark comedy about a French household sent into disarray when the father and the son fall in love with the same girl -- and the mother goes on the warpath.
Susan V. Booth is directing the cast of five, including Kathleen Doyle, who won Philadelphia's Barrymore Award for Best Actress in The Effect Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds, Daniel Gold will be making his Chicago premiere, Linda Kimbrough, who received a Jefferson nomination for her role in The Sisters Rosensweig, Jim Ortlieb, and Lusia Strus.
For tickets or more information: (773) 404-4700. -- By Honey Freilich