by Aline Lathrop
The Hero's Wife is presented by Synchronicity Theatre in a Joint World Premiere with 16th Street Theater Chicago.
Karyssa desperately tries to connect with her Navy SEAL husband, Cameron. Most of his life has been classified. What’s left, he won’t talk about. While he works to rebuild his world, secret night terrors whisper to a violent past. As Karyssa gets closer, the more dangerous Cameron becomes, but she won’t stop until she unearths the secrets of the man she loves and lights his way home.
**Mature content: This production contains physical and sexual violence, strong language, and gun shot sound effects.**
NO LATE SEATING
The Hero's Wife is presented by special arrangement with the Robert A. Freedman Dramatic Agency, Inc.
General Admission: Seniors, Students, Military IDs $24+ | Adults $28 +
Swanky Seats (Reserved Seating): Seniors,Students, Military IDs $34+ | Adults $38+
Sunday, April 28, 2019 at 5 pm | Inside Scoop! Engage in a post show discussion coupled with a scoop of free ice cream.
PWYC Wednesdays! Every Wednesday night performance, pay-what-you-can for your ticket.
Every Friday is Free Drink Friday! Each ticket holder gets a drink voucher good for any beverage of their choice. *Excludes opening night
Group rates available! For groups of 10+, get a great discount. Contact Maddie Mahood to create your group experience.
Cameron - Joe Sykes (AEA)
Karyssa - Rebeca Robles
Director - Rachel May
Stage Manager - Dakota Adams
Assistant Stage Manager - Courtney Dorn*
Production Manager - Courtney Loner
Fight Director - Jake Guinn
Intimacy Director - Ash Anderson
Sound Designer - Dan Bauman
Set Designer - Sara W. Culpepper
Technical Director - Lindsay Eisold
Costume Designer - Cole Spivia
Lighting Designer - Allen Hahn
Lighting Assistant - Xavier Adams*
Properties Designer - Courtney Loner
Video Designer - Kimberly Binns
Dramaturg - Kathy Janich
Master Carpenter - Matt Brohammer
"I want to transform an audience’s spirit for the brief catharsis of an evening’s entertainment and the after-shock that may last indefinitely."
Aline Lathrop, a graduate of the Northwestern University Theatre Department, has written plays that have been produced in a variety of theaters within the Windy City and across the country. Her plays Bordello and Feast and Merchild received accolades and recognition in being nominated for a Susan Smith Blackburn Prize (Bordello) and recongized in New City's “Top 5 Best New Plays” (Feast). Feast and Merchild was also originally produced at 16th Street Theater where Lathrop served as the Playwright in Residence in 2015.
She also has developed many plays at Abingdon Theatre Company, the Chicago Cultural Center, Columbia College, Northwestern University and many more. She is a recipient for the Illinois Arts Council Fellowship and the Dr. Donahue Tremaine Grant, a member of the Dramatists Guild, and an alumna of the Chicago Dramatists Resident Playwright. Her work has been featured and published by Smith & Kraus and used for actor’s audition materials and resources in Audition Arsenal for Women in Their 30’s and Audition Arsenal for Men in Their 20’s.
United Military Care
Veterans Empowerment Organization (VEO)