Upcoming Projects

The Right Brain Project presents 'Raised in Captivity' by Nicky Silver, directed by Kathi Kaity.

Performances take place at The Frontier (1106 W Thorndale Ave) April 27th - May 19th. 

Estranged twins Sebastian and Bernadette are reunited at their mother's funeral, after her death-by-errant-showerhead. The two siblings clumsily attempt to renegotiate their relationship while making space for others in their lives: Bernadette’s husband Kip, who decides to abandon his dental practice to become an artist, and Dr. Hillary, Sebastian’s extravagantly needy therapist who is prone to dissolving into a morass of self-recrimination. Paradoxically dark but comedic, absurd yet earnest, Nicky Silver’s award-winning work returns to Chicago.



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The Right Brain Project presents "The RBP's 13th Birthday Party Showcase"

Hannah has served as the Public Outreach Director for The Right Brain Project for the last three years. This upcoming season marks The RBP's 13th season, so they are celebrating with a 13th birthday party/ showcase. Hannah will be performing in: 

“How to Make Friends and then Kill Them” by Halley Feiffer

Directed by Becca Holloway, starring Hannah Williams as Ada and Rebecca Flores as Sam

Sunday February 18th at 6:30pm at Mary's Attic 5400 N Clark St: https://dime.io/events/the-rbp-s-13th-birthday-party-showcase


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Rhinofest and Prop Thtr presents "Subjective is Beauty"
A Two-character, One-act, Zero-dimensional Play
Written by Paul William Brennan
Starring Leslie Keller and Hannah Williams (with a special appearance by an unwarranted third character)
Featuring the vocal talents of Takesha Meshé Kizart.
Directed by Taryn Smith and Lauren Katz
Stage Managed by Charlotte Lastra

Paul William Brennan's second play for Rhinofest is a semi-comic, mostly tragic tale of a young former beauty finding herself trapped in a non-dimensional plane of existence, forced to prepare herself for the ultimate truth (undisclosed at the moment) by an all-knowing freak, whose irritating omniscience leads them to a hilarious fate.

Five Thursdays at 9:00pm on:
January 25th,
February 1st,
February 8th,
February 15th,
and February 22nd

at Prop Thtr
3502 North Elston Avenue 60618