PHOTO CALL: Bruce Norris' A Parallelogram Premieres at Steppenwolf

News   PHOTO CALL: Bruce Norris' A Parallelogram Premieres at Steppenwolf
The world-premiere staging of Bruce Norris' A Parallelogram, a darkly comic play about a woman who thinks she can see the future, plays Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre Company.

Kate Arrington portrays Bee, who thinks she can see (and possibly alter) what's to come. Her castmates in Chicago include Tim Bickel, Marylouise Burke and Tom Irwin. Tony Award winner Anna D. Shapiro directs. Here's how Steppenwolf bills the play: "If you knew your fate — would you accept it? Or try to change it? Bee is a young woman who believes she has an uncanny ability to see the future, and maybe even alter it. From the award-winning team that brought you The Unmentionables and The Pain and the Itch comes this dark, funny world premiere about a woman [Bee, played by Kate Arrington] bent on reinventing her own destiny — and possibly the world."

Here is a look at the work, which runs through Aug. 29:

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