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
the Rhinocerous Theatre Festival
The Lunar Cabaret
2827 N. Lincoln, Chicago

September 12-15
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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