Imagine Drowning, by UK's Johnson, Opens in Chicago Mar. 1

News   Imagine Drowning, by UK's Johnson, Opens in Chicago Mar. 1
 
CHICAGO -- Author of Insignificance and Dead Funny, British playwright Terry Johnson is best known in Chicago for his staging of Steppenwolf Theatre's 1996 revival of Stephen Jeffreys' Libertine, starring John Malkovich.

CHICAGO -- Author of Insignificance and Dead Funny, British playwright Terry Johnson is best known in Chicago for his staging of Steppenwolf Theatre's 1996 revival of Stephen Jeffreys' Libertine, starring John Malkovich. A sardonic new work by Johnson opens Mar. 1 at Strawdog Theatre: Imagine Drowning is a mystery about a journalist who disappears while covering a political protest. His wife, while searching for him, encounters a menagerie of bizarre characters. The audience, too, will encounter intertwining plots and time lines in this intricate puzzler.

For information, call Strawdog Theatre at (773) 528-9889.

-- By Lawrence Bommer
Chicago Correspondent

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