We all have a wish in our hearts.
Whether you’re a young woman with her first Chicago Apartment, or a cursed Beast with a talking lamp who’s recently downsized, the hardest thing about moving to a big city can be making a genuine connection with people.
Glassheart is a new kind of fairy tale: for the romantics, for the broken-hearted, and for everyone who’s ready to breathe a little magic back into the world from the author of Susan Swayne and the Bewildered Bride.
10 words: A Tale as Old As Time. Mostly.
Rated: PG to PG-13
(some adult language, including several uses of the “F-word,” and adult themes)
Run Time: Around 2 hours plus one 15 minute intermission.
Note that for Glassheart our lobby will not open until 30 minutes before show time. Due to HVAC renovations, the temperature in the lobby may be chilly. Plan accordingly!
For the safety of our cast, crew, and patrons, in person audiences for Glassheart will be required to be both masked and fully vaccinated.
All show times are EDT (-4 GMT).
Director: Tamara Winters
Choreographer: Darnell Pierre Benjamin
Scenic & Lighting Designer: Andrew Hungerford
Costume Designer: Noelle Wedig-Johnston
Sound Designer & Composer: Douglas Borntrager
Props Designer & Scenic Artist: Kayla WIlliams
Stage Manager: Ben Dudley
Technical Director: Jim Stark
Hannah Gregory as The Lamp
Jodie Linver as The Witch
Julie Locker as Aiofe
Adam Tran as The Beast