By Nora Carroll, Directed by Lili-Anne Brown
Late one autumn evening, Lydia and Karma journey to their sister's gravesite to perform a ritual: of healing, of remembrance, of connection. Today is particularly special because Lydia and Karma are able to share the intimacy of their grief without the performance of wellness. Kia’s been gone almost two years, but her sisters still need some answers about her life on earth and beyond the veil in Nora Carroll’s funny, surprising and moving new play.
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- Lot 110 contains adult language and discussions of violence and is intended for mature audiences.
Nora Carroll / Playwright
Nora Carrol (She/Her) is a Chicago-based artist who believes in the transformative power of storytelling. Before receiving her MFA from the University of San Diego, she attended New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts for Drama. Her credits include work with Steppenwolf Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, The Old Globe, The Public Theater, Centinela Prison in San Diego, Metropolitan Detention Center in New York and Armory Women’s Shelter in Manhattan. She is invested in creating artistic spaces that are mystical, gender-expansive, ancestral, safe and equitable.
Lili-Anne Brown / Director
Lili-Anne Brown (She/Her) is a native Chicagoan who works as a director, actor and educator, and has performed in, directed and produced many award-winning shows, both local and regional. Goodman credits include School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play and the world premiere of Ike Holter's Lottery Day. She is the former Artistic Director of Bailiwick Chicago, where she focused programming on Chicago-premiere musicals and new play development with resident playwrights. She is a member of SDC, AEA, SAG-AFTRA and is represented by William Morris Endeavor. Headshot by Joe Mazza | Brave Lux. lilbrownchicago.com
BRIANNA BUCKLEY - Lydia
KAYLA FORDE - Karma
CAMILLE ROBINSON - Kia
ALYS S. DICKERSON - Stage Directions Reader