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The LIDA Project: Mouse in a Jar

Dirt floor. A caged ring. A stack of potatoes.   A woman. Chained. And her daughters.   Silence.   Daga is weighing the relative merits of potato v. sausage as a vehicle for poison. Zosia is skeptical of both. Ma is silent, chained, frying what becomes a mix of burnt cabbage, potatoes and dirt off the floor. Handfulls. Dumped and re-fried.   The poison is for Him. The man in boots. Upstairs. In this play, everyone wears boots and I think that means something. But His Boots Mean Extra.   This is The LIDA Project's latest experiment, Mouse in a Jar, with Chicago playwright Martyna Majok writing the words and Julie Rada directing. There are a lot of words, t...Read more

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