A pacifist journalist, a snobby coquette, and a ruthless postal clerk are confined to the limits of David Lynch’s Red Room for all eternity. Jean-Paul Sartre’s classic existentialist play about three strangers who meet in hell is given a fresh treatment with Lynch-ian design that will be sure to excite the intellect as it probes the weight of individual freedom and affirms the idea that “Hell is other people”.
Alicia Queen (Director/ Producer) holds a B.A. in theatre from Rhodes College, and has studied at the Ecole Phillipe Gauliere as well as the Accademia delArte. Her favorite Chicago credits include writer/director/ performer of Shakespeares Female Women at Chicago Sketchfest and Womens Funny Festival; writer of The Merry Dogs of Reservoir for Two Pence Shakespeare, and director of Pagliacci for the Cobalt Opera.
With Xavier (Garcin), Katie Zisson (Inez), Flavia (Estelle), and Sonia Zimmerman.