A HOME ON THE LAKE
Fleetwood-Jourdain & Piven Theatre Workshop at Noyes Cultural Arts Center | Evanston, IL
Playwrights, STEPHEN FEDO & TIM RHOZE
Director, TIM RHOZE
Dramaturg & Script Supervisor, ELIZABETH SWANSON
Assistant to the Director, ANNA CASTELAZ
Casting Director, CATHERINE MILLER
Producer, LESLIE BROWN
Scenic Designer, KRISTEN MARTINO
Costume Designer, MELISSA PERKINS
Lighting Designer, JASON LYNCH
Sound Designer, CHRISTIE TWILLE
Properties Designer, ANGELA MCILVAIN
Stage Manager, ANDIE FITCH
NICHOLIA Q. AQUIRRE, Isabelle, Cynthia
SEAN BLAKE, Leland, Derek
ABIGAIL BOUCHER, Florence, Patricia
JELANI PITCHER, Isaac, Adrian
RACHEL SHAPIRO, Elizabeth, Kathleen
CHRISTOPHER M. WALSH, Case, Todd
JAMIE BLACK, Leland, Derek U/S
TARA BOULDRY, Elizabeth, Kathleen U/S
ZACH FINCH, Case, Todd U/S
SARAI SHACKLETT, Florence, Patricia U/S
Chicago Tribune. 'A Home on the Lake': Real estate and racism surface from Evanston's past.
Chicago Reader. There’s a great play to be written about bigotry in Evanston in the early 20th century. The cumbersome, contrived, and dull A Home on the Lake is not it.
New City Stage. Good History: A Review of A Home on the Lake at Piven Theatre Workshop and Fleetwood-Jourdain Theatre.
Dear Evanston. Stories that Inspired A Home on the Lake, Piven and Fleetwood-Jourdain's Collaborative Play: Jerome Summers.
Evanston Round Table. Upcoming Play Reflects on The Meaning of 'Home' in Evanston.
Seth Siath. We Welcome You...to Live Over There: 'A Home on the Lake' Provides an Insightful Evanston, and Racial, History Lesson -- Chicago Theater Review.
Across The Table. A Conversation About A Home On the Lake- This Dinner is Being Done in Partnership with the Piven Theatre and Its Production of A Home on the Lake.