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BURYING MISS AMERICA

FOUR STARS ... New Leaf's tight production of Brian Golden's new play delivers ideal American realism: seamless movement from emotional peak to trough, focus on familial dynamics, and a yearning to understand the past as turnkey to the present.

- Ryan Dolley
TimeOut Chicago


Burying Miss America is one of the best plays I've seen this season.

- Lauren Whalen
Chicago Theatre Beat


Not a moment feels false in this New Leaf Theatre production thanks to Marsha Harman and Ted Evans, who, as the siblings, capture the bittersweet blend of love and resentment unique to the familial bond.

- Zac Thompson
Chicago Reader


There's a real sense of what emotional loneliness can look like ... Evans is an actor to watch.

- Nina Metz
Chicago Tribune


If ever there was a show in the right performance space, this is it ... [the actors] effortlessly switch between joviality and angry bickering as only siblings can.

- Zach Freeman
New City


BURYING MISS AMERICA
by Brian Golden
directed by Jessica Hutchinson
A World Premiere

FEATURING
Marsha Harman
Ted Evans

PRODUCTION

Marni Keenan
Production Manager

Hannah Baker
Stage Manager

Michelle Lilly
Set Design

Jared B. Moore
Lighting Design

Nick Keenan
Sound Design

Rachel Sypniewski
Costume Design

Caleb McAndrew
Technical Director
SEPTEMBER 2011
Burying Miss America
by Brian Golden
directed by Jessica Hutchinson


PRODUCTION PHOTOS
Photography by Tom McGrath











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