It’s fabulous to see two women embody fully-formed characters who meet and forge a friendship based on their own personal needs
A premiere by Sinaloa-born, long-time Chicagoan Tanya Saracho is always cause for anticipation. The author of “Kita y Fernanda,” “Our Lady of the Underpass” and “Enfrascada” has long been known hereabouts for her witty, insightful work and her ability to create characters that are easy to empathize with.
How does one handle the magnitude of being the chosen example? How does one upkeep the personification of a crusade?
Caroline Neff. Photo by Chris Popio. Steppenwolf Theatre Company announced the addition of Sandra Marquez and Caroline Neff to its world-renowned ensemble. Both have performed in multiple shows with the company and can currently be seen on Steppenwolf’s stages in Mary Page Marlowe and The Flick respectively. Marquez and Neff are...