TUTA Theatre Announces RADIO CULTURE Cast and Design Team

TUTA Theatre Announces RADIO CULTURE Cast and Design Team

Pictured (left to right): Huy Nguyen, Wain Parham, and Kevin V. Smith.

TUTA Theatre Chicago has announced the cast and design team for its U.S. premiere of RADIO CULTURE by writer and artist Maxim Dosko, in a new English translation by Natalia Fedorova and Amber Robinson.

Directed by Robinson, the production features Huy Nguyen, Wain Parham, and Kevin V. Smith.

The production team includes Eleanor Kahn (scenic design), Rachel Sypniewski (costume design) Keith Parham (lighting design), Jeffrey Levin (sound design), Letitia Guillaud (props design), Rick Gilbert and Victor Bayona (movement and violence consultants), Kim Morris (assistant director) Milan Pribisic (dramaturg), and Becky Warner (stage manager).

Winner of the award for Best Experimental Writing in the Belarus Free Theatre’s 2014 International Contest of Contemporary Drama, RADIO CULTURE is an example of the “New Drama” movement in contemporary Eastern European theater. By examining a single day in the life of a young Belorussian, as if under a microscope, RADIO CULTURE reveals how change can germinate inside of a person even within a culture that resists change at every step.

RADIO CULTURE will play October 17 – December 2 at TUTA Theatre, 4670 N Manor Ave. in Chicago. For more information visit tutatheatre.org.

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