Dramerotica exists to bring a classy, yet seductive performance to Chicago.
The 2011 Plays About Play
THE SEAHORSE IS MONOGAMOUS by Dan O'Neil A TRIANGLE HAS THREE EDGES by Ian Hornby GLOVES by Imadé Jones NOT A FIRST DATE BUT A START by Kirby Fields T.O.Y.S. (The One You Suck) - A Love Story by Nathanael Card HOT YOGA by Cheri Magid LET ME GET MY LICKS IN by Imadé Jones SPORTING GOODS by Michael Bettencourt MOULTING HEART by Jaimie-Lee Wise
Marketing and production manager for the event is Mike Dunbar, who is currently a founding collective member and company production manager for Bailiwick Chicago and worked on all of their most recent, highly acclaimed performances. Mike is a graduate of the Second City Conservatory, writing program, & acting program as well as Comedy Sportz, and has been doing improv and theater in Chicago for five years. He is proud to be a founding member of Shadow & the Wall Productions and looks forward to watching audiences enjoy their debut performance.
Andrea is thrilled to see the bold and original concept of Dramerotica playing out on the Chicago stage. A co-founder of Shadow & the Wall Productions and a member of n.u.f.a.n. ensemble, Andrea has found success as an actor, producer and writer throughout the city. Most recently, Andrea has performed in a wide variety of n.u.f.an. festival shows and recently saw her short dramatic play "Irascible" produced at the annual "Table & Chairs" Festival. She is humbled and grateful for the opportunity to work with the feverishly talented minds of her co-producers.
Jaimie-Lee Wise (Director)
Jaimie-Lee is a Chicago based playwright, director (stage and film), sometimes actor and stand up comedian. He is the Artistic Director of The Dramatist Revolutionary Army and a founding member of Shadow & the Wall Productions. Recently, his eco-drama, FERTILE LIES was a part of Polarity Theatre Ensemble's Dionysos Cup in Chicago. FERTILE LIES was a part of 9Thirty Theatre's "SEEDS" project in NYC this summer. His play CARTOGRAPHERS opened last March with The Consortium Project. His play BETWEEN THE SHADOW AND THE WALL, to be presented by Shadow and the Wall productions, opens in October. He is an alumni of Columbia College and The Second City's accelerated writing program.