Laura Alcalá Baker will direct Steep’s second commissioned play, Isaac Gomez’ The Leopard Play, or unhappy songs for misplaced boys, opening January 24. Gomez has shortly grow to be one in all Chicago’s, and the nation’s, most fun playwrights with productions being staged all through the nation. Alcalá Baker and Gomez lately collaborated on the world premiere manufacturing of his the way in which she spoke, and each are making their Steep Theatre debuts.
The Leopard Play, or unhappy songs for misplaced boys will characteristic Steep Firm Member Brandon Rivera with Sebastian Arboleda, Alec Coles Perez, Eduardo Curley-Carrillo, Arash Fakhrabadi, Dennis Garcia, Victor Maraña, and Juan Muñoz, all making their Steep debuts.
This new work is the fifth Steep world premiere in as a few years. Steep has premiered work from Hamish Linklater and notable Chicago playwrights Alex Lubischer, Calamity West, Ike Holter, and now Gomez. “It has been a dream to collaborate with Isaac all through this growth course of,” mentioned Creative Director Peter Moore. “He and Laura have an inspiring partnership and so they’ve assembled a superb staff to convey this highly effective story to life.”
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