|Home and World
written and performed by Maureen Michael and Maria Möller
|Two women trace personal journeys among the familiar and the foreign, touching down in Tibet, Chicago, Philadelphia and India, exploring the nature of home at its intersection with travel.|
|Friday and Saturday
September 7 and 8
at the Rhinocerous Theatre Festival
The Lunar Cabaret
2827 N. Lincoln, Chicago
at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival
Petit 4 Pastry Studio
160 N. 3rd Street, Philadelphia
Free pastry will be served, courtesy of Petit 4!
|Maria Möller is an actor, director, and writer who has worked extensively in Chicago Off-Loop theatre. During her travels in India she worked as a guest artist with Habib Tanvir’s Naya Theatre, studied the South Indian dance-theatre form of Kathakali, and wandered uninvited into small villages looking for folk performances. She divides her time between Chicago and her hometown of Philadelphia, where once-upon-a-time she received an MFA in Acting from Temple University.|
|Maureen Michael is a Chicago actor and writer. As a member of Prop Thtr, she has appeared in “St. Joan of the Stockyards”, "Now Dig This...The Terry Southern Show!", “Fatzer: Demise of the Egotist", "Mass Murder II", "Acme White Trash Lysistrata" and all of Prop’s New Play Festivals. Other shows include Tantrum’s production of “Dialogue Between a Prostitute and Her Client”, directed by Maria Möller. Maureen is a published poet, the business manager of Persiflage Press, and a compulsive bike rider.
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