Written by Nic Hamel, Directed by Jeffery Lyle Segal
Theater Two
Chicago Writers' Bloc
Visiting Company

Amidst the growing threat of fascism in the 1930’s, the young French philosophy professor Simone Weil struggles against the oppression she witnesses all around her. Caught between practical limitations and an unrelenting idealism, Simone’s choices are both absurd and inspiring as she seeks to embody hope and heroism in an increasingly chaotic world.

Running Time: 2 hours with intermission

There is no late seating available for this production.

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