Laura Jacqmin’s Do-Gooder is starting to rack up a lot of good reviews. This week’s Timeout Chicago gave it 4-Stars.
Gwen Purdom writes: (I)ts Jacqmin’s subtle script that leaves the lasting impression. In a play that ponders whether goodness comes from a life of privilege or passion, this is one story that’s far more compelling than its ordinary cover would suggest.
Do-Gooder is playing at the 16th Street Theater.
Check out Laura’s site: www.laurajacqmin.com
Laura Jacqmin’s Do-Gooder was “Recommended” in this weeks’ review by the Chicago Reader.
Jack Helbig writes Do-Gooder is “a remarkable, slyly told meditation on gender and racial politics, and how genuinely hard it is to really make a difference.”
Read the entire review here.
Learn more about Laura from her website http://www.laurajacqmin.com/
Alum Laura Jacqmin’s new play “Do-Gooder” was “Jeff-Recommended” in its World Premiere at 16th Street Theater in Chicago.
The Jeff Awards are Chicago’s version of the Tony’s. “The designation of “Jeff Recommended” is given to a production when, after the opening night of its run, at least ONE ELEMENT of the show was deemed excellent by the opening night judges of the Joseph Jefferson Committee. The entire production is then eligible for nomination for awards at the end of the season.”
For more information about the play, check out Do-Gooders webpage and video.
You can learn more about Laura Jacqmin by visiting http://www.laurajacqmin.com/