Join Three Cat Productions for a special evenings of stories and song on Sunday, November 16 at 7:00pm!
All proceeds will go to Three Cat Productions continued commitment to new work and will support the 2015 Chicago New Work Festival.
Linda Bogot, Steve Clark, Rob Dorn, Saya Hillman, Isabelle Libman,Wilfred Mejia, Patty Huber Morrisey, Jason Paul Smith, Erika Wicks, and Marta Wilmes
Tickets are only $10!
Rob Dorn most recently appeared as Jacey Squires and top tenor in the Barbershop Quartet in Paramount Theatre’s critically acclaimed production of “The Music Man.” He has performed in hundreds of theaters across the country, including The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Hey City Stage, Minnesota Orchestra and Carnegie Hall. Locally he’s worked with Silk Road, Three Cat Productions, Court Theatre, Wisdom Bridge, Apple Tree, Light Opera Works and Pegasus Players. He toured for many years with the pop vocal group, “Three Hits and a Miss” and currently sings with Alan Gresik’s Swingshift Orchestra at Chicago’s Green Mill. Rob is also an award winning Graphic Designer and Illustrator.
Jason Paul Smith has directed film, cabaret, and theater across the United States. He is founder and Artistic Director of Three Cat Productions. He has produced and directed many Chicago productions including a cabaret and theater series at the Skokie Theater Music Foundation. He recently was awarded a 2009 Ragdale Residency for the documentary entitled “Don’t Mess with Bill: The Story of Dorothy Fairbairn”.
Erika Wicks is trained as a clinical psychologist, but decided she had too many opinions to be one. Having lived all over the country, she thinks the Midwest has the most enlightened people. Never one to pass up contradictions, Erika likes to watch football while knitting and baking. Although she’s been writing stories in her head ever since adolescence, this is her first foray into public storytelling.