Trap Door Experiments With Alien Hand, Chicago

News   Trap Door Experiments With Alien Hand, Chicago CHICAGO--On May 26, Trap Door Theatre continues its experimental explorations with Alien Hand, or Let the Right Be A Vision of the Left. Freely adapted from "Lady in the Dark," Moss Hart's classic musical about psychoanalysis, this latest avant-garde offering provides a cautionary look at notions of female hysteria and theater style. Written and directed by Los Angeles film and theatre artist Catherine Sullivan, it purports to ridicule the supposedly rigid Freudian views of the "self." As the press release cryptically puts it, "Does the right hand act in the best interest of the left?" For information call 773-384-0494.

CHICAGO--On May 26, Trap Door Theatre continues its experimental explorations with Alien Hand, or Let the Right Be A Vision of the Left. Freely adapted from "Lady in the Dark," Moss Hart's classic musical about psychoanalysis, this latest avant-garde offering provides a cautionary look at notions of female hysteria and theater style. Written and directed by Los Angeles film and theatre artist Catherine Sullivan, it purports to ridicule the supposedly rigid Freudian views of the "self." As the press release cryptically puts it, "Does the right hand act in the best interest of the left?" For information call 773-384-0494. -- By Lawrence Bommer
Chicago Correspondent

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