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Review: 1st preview of ‘Price Point’ at SKETCHBOOK 13

“Price Point is aptly named- the price that you pay for the point of the production is a relative measure of your own understanding and experience of economy and society against the show’s melodically intertwined stories, monologues, poems, media and all points in between. The show is punctuated by definitions of economic terms that become open portals through which the explorations of our financial and cultural climate take place. You can’t pin down the attitudes or emotions here just as a forecast can no longer accurately predict how money actually makes any of us feel. Price Point is a gorgeous, honest and wide-reaching account of the effects of living in a contemporary capitalist state. In short, it’s on point!”

—Laura Goldstein, Co-curator of the Red Rover Reading Series

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13th Annual SKETCHBOOK Festival: Destination

Promo for SKETCHBOOK 13 performance festival (June 5-30, 2013; Chicago, IL). Here, Felicia Holman discusses ‘Price Point’ with festival director Anthony Moseley.

SKETCHBOOK is Collaboraction at its best: breaking down the walls that divide theater, music, visual art, video, and the internet. Selected from hundreds of submissions, SKETCHBOOK once again brings together the collective talents of more than 150 pioneering directors, designers, actors, musicians and artists from Chicago and around the country for a jaw-dropping evening of creativity, experimentation, and celebration!

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by | June 2, 2013 · 5:47 PM