Spiel Chicago Episode Two: Adia Alli

Spiel Chicago Episode Two: Adia Alli

Spiel Chicago logo designed by Jon Kurtycz

This week I spoke with actress and stage manager Adia Alli about working in Chicago, representation in the theater and the kinds of shows she loves to see.  Adia recently stage managed The Hairy Ape at Oracle Theatre and is currently understudying for Kristiana Rae Colon’s Good Friday.  

Adia Alli. 

 

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Is there someone you think is doing amazing work in the Chicago theater scene?  Shoot us an email at spielchicago@gmail.com or tweet @spielchicago.

 

 

Show Notes:

Learn more about Good Friday at PublicAccessTheatre.org. (http://publicaccesstheatre.org/projects/good-friday/)
Read about The House that Will Not Stand at Victory Gardens. (http://victorygardens.org/our-season/the-house-that-will-not-stand/)
Be a part of the conversation about mental health in communities of color by following #AfAmEdChat on Twitter.

About author

Smyra Yawn

Since 2011 Smyra Yawn has worked as a stage manager, production manager, business manager and teacher in Chicago. She enjoys also coffee and gardening.

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