Shattered Globe Theatre Presents the World Premiere of Global Playwright Series Winner
by Jasmine Sharma
directed by Grace Dolezal-Ng
January 27 – March 11, 2023, at Theater Wit
Scenic Design – Sydney Lynne
Assistant Scenic Design – Isa Noe
Costume Design – Hailey Rakowiecki+
Lighting Design – Jason Lynch~**
Projection Design – Parker Molacek
Original Music and Sound Design – Christopher Kriz~**
Assistant Sound Design – Max McNeal Martin
Props Design – Rae Watson
Producer/SGT Associate Artistic Director – AmBer D. Montgomery
Production Manager – Richie Vavrina
Production Stage Manager – JC Widman
Assistant Stage Manager – Beckett Fowler
Assistant Director – Mariama Pouye
Workshop Stage Manager – Devonte Washington+
Workshop Dramaturg – Lavina Jadhwani
Simran Deokule – Anjani
Kianna Rose – Melanie
Isabelle Muthiah – Gigi
Mantra Radhakrishnan – U/S Anjani
Maya Schnake – U/S Melanie
Yourtana Sulaiman – U/S Gigi
Technical Director – Evan Sposato
Lead Electrician – Nick Chamernick
Build and Light Crew – Adam Schulmerich, Andrew Hildner, Andromeda Springsteen, Austin Lichtman, Devin Sullivan, Eevi Cowell, Holden McClain, Jojo Wallenberg, Richie Schiraldi, Samantha Anderson, and the SGT Ensemble.
Scenic Painter – Rose Johnson
Pre-Production Photography – J Udoni/Franco Images
Pre-Production Videography – Lowell Thomas
Production Photographer – Michael Brosilow
Production Videographer – Timmy Samuel/Starbelly Studios
Publicity – David Rosenberg Public Relations
SGT Producing Artistic Director – Sandy Shinner+
SGT General Manager – Lesley Swanson
Marketing Director, Community Programming, and Graphic Design – Emma Durbin
Marketing Intern – Tim Graves
2022-23 SGT Production Sponsors
Shulman-Rochambeau Charitable Foundation
With support from James P. and Brenda S. Grusecki Family Foundation
Bayless Family Foundation
Carol P. Eastin
I started writing RADIAL GRADIENT in 2019, as a junior in college. At the time, I was facing social consequences in response to deactivating from Greek Life the year before. As I was grappling with how I behaved and what I did and didn’t do, I had trouble maintaining relationships with those who continued to be part of the organization.
So many elements of Greek Life are inherently theatrical – the costumes, the ceremonies, the casting process – it’s all giving theatre. The 2017 timeline explores the absurdity of “Rush” or Recruitment while indicating assimilation as a type of identity theft. The 2020 timeline is very much informed by my observed experiences within my PWI’s theatre department, as well as institutional power and academia at large.
Cognitive dissonance is a tricky mistress, especially when you’re a freshman in college. You’re still learning social dynamics and how to speak up for yourself and what you believe in and who you are and who you want to be and blah blah blah. This naturally creates too much room for inconsistency between words and actions. In the play, we see that show up a lot between Anjani and Gigi. Their friendship love story revolves around the two recognizing their positionality in the world at different rates. And for Melanie, how else can she exist and persist in this institution without turning a blind eye to some aspects of it? Cognitive dissonance could have been the title of the play, but if you’re reading this, it’s too late to change the title.
Over the pandemic, I started looking at these characters in a different way. Melanie and Gigi both share this “fix it from the inside” mentality, which we could fault all day. I empathize with these specific students of color in PWIs, who go out of their way to try and make the institution better for those who come after. Young people doing their best, with the intention to leave somewhere better than they found it, is something worth recognizing. And hopefully, it makes a good play.
RADIAL GRADIENT has brought incredible collaborators into my life. Very rarely do I get to be in the company of this many women, let alone, women of color, and make theatre. This is a play that has facilitated community, and building community is something I’m passionate about. I hope you walk away seeing yourself onstage. I hope you see yourself as an Anjani, a Gigi, a Melanie. I hope you’re learning to leave spaces better than you found them. I hope you think that it’s never too late to figure out how to be sorry and still be together.
– Jasmine Sharma, Playwright
It is both new and extremely important to us at Shattered Globe to lead with stories from historically marginalized communities in our productions. We would like to acknowledge the space we are taking is on stolen and exploited land and invite our audiences to join us in considering how to best use our time and resources to dismantle both new and historic systems of oppression.
Devonte Washington, Lavina Jadhwani, Charles Smith, Nate Santana, Andrea J. Dymond, Aila Ayilam Peck, Linda Reiter, Tina Muñoz Pandya, Ayanna Wimberly, Theater Wit, Centerstage Productions of IL Inc, and The Saints.
Jasmine Sharma (Playwright, she/her) is elated to be making her Shattered Globe debut! Chicago writing credits include: VIRGINS: A Madonna Bootcamp (Jackalope Theatre’s Living Newspaper Festival). Off Broadway credits include: FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION (Moxie Arts NYC at DR2) and KIDS CLUB/CLUB KIDS (SERIALS by The Fled Collective). Acting credits are for a different bio. Jasmine has written for and acted with the @24HourPlays, is a member of AEA, and a 2022-2023 member of the IAMA Emerging Playwrights Lab. Northwestern University. @jasminesharmaa | jasminesharma.org
Grace Dolezal-Ng (Director, she/her) is a Chicago-based director/actor who is passionate about building empathy and generating empowerment through visceral storytelling in live theatre. She is honored to be making her Shattered Globe debut! Chicago credits include It Came From Outer Space (Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Assistant Director); Athena (Writers Theatre, Assistant Director); Roe (Goodman Theatre, Assistant Director). Other credits: The Great Leap (Asolo Repertory Theatre, Assistant Director), Despierta! (Lime Arts Productions, Director) and Death For Sydney Black (Independent Production, Director). Grace graduated from Northwestern University, majoring in Theatre, in June of 2020. She is a proud recipient of the Herb Alpert Emerging Young Artist Award. www.gracedn.com
Simran Deokule (Anjani, she/her) is excited to make her debut at Shattered Globe with Radial Gradient. Other Chicago credits include: When the Sun Melts Away (Token Theater); Connection Error (Moving Bench Theater); and Men On Boats (The Wirtz Center for Performing Arts). Originally from sunny San Diego, Simran recently graduated from Northwestern University with a BA in Theater and International Studies and is represented by Shirley Hamilton Talent Inc.
Kianna Rose (Melanie, she/her) previously understudied the role of Nelly in STEW at Shattered Globe. Chicago credits include: Athena (u/s, Writers Theatre); SubCulture (Interrobang Theatre Project); 8:46 Breathing Room (Rivendell Theatre Ensemble); Symphony for Six Jonis (The Sound); Worst Mother in the World (Halcyon Theatre); Corduroy (u/s, Emerald City Theatre); Holiday Train: EL Stories (Waltzing Mechanics), Clearing (u/s, Commission Theatre). On-screen credits include: the Russo Brother’s film Cherry (AppleTV) and Chicago Fire (NBC). Kianna has also enjoyed working on numerous independent projects and commercials and is represented by Gray Talent Group.
Isabelle Muthiah (Gigi, She/They), is thrilled to make her Shattered Globe debut! Isabelle was raised in Los Angeles and is thankful to call Chicago their second home. Chicago Credits include Mr. Dickens Hat (Northlight Theater) and The Legacy of Sherwood Forest (Inkwell Arts). While at DePaul, she appeared in Come Back Little Sheba, Jeff and the Dead Girl, She Kills Monsters, Under Milkwood, and Like it. Film Credits include Caroline and her first feature, Summoning The Spirit, premiering 2023. An alumn of the British American Drama Academy in association with the Yale School of Drama and a 2020 BFA Graduate from The Theater School at DePaul University, Isabelle is represented by Gray Talent Group.
Mantra Radhakrishnan (U/S Anjani, she/any) is excited for Radial Gradient to be her Shattered Globe debut! She is currently a third year at Northwestern University, studying Theatre and Economics and Playwriting, where her recent credits include Dance Nation (Virginia Wadsworth Wirtz center), Men on Boats (Wirtz center) and Pain Motel (a studio 22 film). She also received a degree in Acting for Film from Prague Film School in 2022, when she graduated with honors.
Maya Schnake (U/S Melanie, she/her) is excited to make her Shattered Globe debut! Maya has previously worked on Recitatif (The House Theatre of Chicago) and A Nantucket Christmas Carol (White Heron Theatre Company) and the upcoming film Year One (dir. Lauren Loesberg). She received her Bachelors degree from Northwestern University where she studied theatre and worked on many productions as both an actress and graphic designer. Thanks to her family and friends for all their support! Find Maya on instagram @mayaschnake
Yourtana Sulaiman (U/S Gigi, she/hers) is a proud Assyrian actor based here in Chicago. She is super pumped to be making her Shattered Globe debut! Chicago credits include Chagall in School (Grippo Stage Company), Mosque4Mosque (About Face Theatre), As You Like It (Forest Park Theatre), The Crucible, Loves’ Labour’s Lost, and Rome Sweet Rome (UIC School of Theatre and Music). Sulaiman is currently represented by Grossman & Jack Talent and is a recent graduate of The University of Illinois Chicago’s BFA Acting program. @yourtana on instagram!
Beckett Fowler (Assistant Stage Manager and Covid Compliance Officer, he/him/his) is a Chicago transplant thrilled to be making his Shattered Globe debut. He’d like to thank JC, for her unwavering patience, and Tommy, for everything else.
Christopher Kriz~** (Original Music and Sound Design) Kriz is a composer and sound designer based in Chicago, and an Artistic Associate with SGT. Previous SGT designs include Sheepdog (Jeff nomination), The Heavens Are Hung In Black (Jeff nomination), Mill Fire (Jeff Nomination), Rasheeda Speaking, This Wide Night, Hannah and Martin, and many others. Chicago: Goodman Theatre, Steppenwolf, Chicago Shakespeare, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Court Theatre, TimeLine Theatre, Remy Bumppo, Victory Gardens, Northlight Theatre, The Gift Theatre, and many others. Regional: Seattle Repertory Theatre, Kansas City Repertory Theatre, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Peninsula Players, American Stage Theatre, Crossroads Theatre, TheatreSquared, Montana Shakespeare Festival, Nebraska Repertory Theatre, Michigan Shakespeare Festival, and others. A winner of five Joseph Jefferson Awards, Kriz is a proud member of United Scenic Artists 829. To hear more of his work, please visit christopherkriz.com
Jason Lynch~** (Lighting Designer, he/him/his) is a Chicago-based lighting designer for live performance and returns to Shattered Globe. SGT: Sheepdog (2020 Equity Jeff Award nom.). Other Chicago credits include: the Ripple, the wave that carried me home, Fannie—, School Girls—, I Hate It Here, Ohio State Murders, The Sound Inside, and Lottery Day (Goodman Theatre), 1919 and Choir Boy (2022 Equity Jeff Award, Steppenwolf Theatre Company), among others. Regional: Alley Theatre, Alliance Theatre, Baltimore Center Stage, Berkeley Rep, Dallas Theater Center, Denver Center, Geva Theatre, The Huntington, Long Wharf Theatre, The Old Globe, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Seattle Rep., and Trinity Rep. Jason is represented by United Scenic Artists, Local USA-829 of the IATSE and The Gersh Agency. www.jasondlynch.com, @jasonlynch.design on Instagram.
Sydney Lynne (Scenic Designer, she/hers) is a Chicago-based scenic designer and civic artist. Her recently recognized productions include What to Send up When It Goes Down (Congo Square Theater), cullud watah (Victory Gardens), and Campaigns, Inc (Timeline Theater). Other collaborators include: Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Porchlight Music Theater, About Face Theater, Black Ensemble Theater, First Stage, Longwharf Theatre, Jupiter Maltz Theater, and Geva Theater Center. She was nominated for a 2020 Jeff Award in Scenic Design, and won a 2020 3Arts Award in Theatre and 2022 BTAA Award for Best Scenic Design. ~To those who got me here, thank you. sL –sydneylynnedesign.com–
Parker Molacek (Projection Designer, he/him) is excited to be making his Shattered Globe debut. Chicago design credits include: Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria (DePaul Opera Theater); The Locusts and At The Vanishing Point (The Gift Theatre); Henry IV (DePaul University); and Carnival of the Animals (A&A Ballet). Assistant design and programming credits include: Bald Sisters (Steppenwolf Theatre Company); The Garbologists (Northlight Theatre); It Came From Outer Space (Chicago Shakespeare Theater and TheatreSquared); and The Wizard of Oz (Music Theatre Wichita). He is currently pursuing a BFA in Projection Design from DePaul University and will be graduating this June.
Isa Noe (Assistant Scenic Designer) is delighted to work with Shattered Globe for the first time. Recent design credits include Little Shop of Horrors (Citadel Theatre), Chagall in School (Grippo Stage Company), and Girlfriend (PrideArts). Isa received their Bachelor of Arts from Northwestern University with a focus in scenic design. They would like to thank their family, mentors, and partner for their loving encouragement and unwavering support.
Mariama Pouye (Assistant Director, she/her/hers) is excited to work with Shattered Globe for the first time! Mariama recently served as the Inspiritus Fellow at The House Theatre of Chicago where she worked on The Tragedy of King Christophe (assistant director) and Recitatif (adaptor and director). She received her Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and Creative Writing from Northwestern University, where she had the joy of directing several productions and serving as Artistic Director of Spectrum Theatre Company.
Hailey Rakowiecki+ (Costume Designer, she/her) is a Chicagoland costume builder and designer. Recent SGT design credits include Sheepdog, Be Here Now, Hannah and Martin, The Realistic Joneses, Crime and Punishment, and How to Use a Knife. Chicago credits include Sickle, The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity (Red Theater); Hellcab (The Agency). An accomplished stitcher and craftsperson, her work has been seen on stage at Steppenwolf, Goodman Theatre, The Court, Lyric Opera, Joffery Ballet, The Muny, Chicago Shakes, and various broadway tours. Hailey holds a BFA in Costume Design and Technology from The Theatre School and is the staff Costume Technician at Goodman Theatre.
Evan Sposato (Technical Director, he/him) has spent the last two decades in and around the theatre as an actor, director, stage manager, technical director, and production manager. He is delighted to be working with Shattered Globe for the first time. Since moving to the Chicago area, Evan has worked as the Technical Director and Production Manager at Drury Lane and has built shows for Steep, Jackalope, Rivendell, Interrobang, Fleetwood Jourdain, New Colony (company member), ITC, and others. When Evan isn’t in a theater, he designs and builds props and scenery for commercials.
Richie Vavrina (Production Manager) is a Chicago-based production manager, scenic designer, and lighting designer. Since graduating from Northern Illinois University, he has worked professionally in Chicago for the last 7 years. He owns a design firm, QZLX, focusing on special events such as fundraisers, meetings, trade shows, and (of course) theatre. Visit www.DesignQZLX.com to learn more about Richie’s work and/or get in touch.
JC Widman (Production Stage Manager, she/her) is thrilled to be making her Shattered Globe debut. She just returned from Oregon where she worked with Oregon Shakespeare Festival in their 2022 season. Chicago credits include: Cinderella (Paramount Theatre), I Hate It Here (Goodman Theatre), Color Purple (Drury Lane), Caroline or Change, Always… Patsy Cline, Queen of the Mist, 9 to 5 (Firebrand Theatre), Dutch Masters (Jackalope Theatre), Marie Christine (BoHo Theatre), Table Top Tragedies (International Puppet Festival), Thrones; The Musical Parody (Apollo Theatre), and Bruh Rabbit, What Use Are Flowers (Make Believe Association). She is a company member of Firebrand Theatre and a proud member of AEA.
Sandy Shinner+ (SGT Producing Artistic Director, she/her) joined Shattered Globe Theatre in October 2013 as the theatre’s first Producing Artistic Director. Her SGT directing credits include Deborah Zoe Laufer’s Be Here Now, Will Snider’s How to Use a Knife, Scott McPherson’s Marvin’s Room, and Sally Nemeth’s Mill Fire. The former Associate Artistic Director of Victory Gardens Theater, she created the nationally known IGNITION! Festival, served as co-director of the Access Project, and, with former Artistic Director Dennis Zacek and former Managing Director Marcelle McVay, accepted the 2001 Regional Theater Tony Award on behalf of Victory Gardens. She has directed over 85 plays at theaters including Victory Gardens, Remy Bumppo, American Blues, the University of Virginia, Actors Theater of Louisville’s Humana Festival, Steppenwolf’s First Look Repertory of New Work, New York’s 78th Street Theater Lab, and the Sacramento Theater Company, among others. Her production of Trying by Joanna McClelland Glass transferred to New York, and her direction was nominated for the Joe A. Callaway Award. Shinner received the 2013 Kathryn V. Lamkey Spirit Award from the Equal Employment Opportunity Committee of Actors’ Equity Association for her commitment to diversity and non-traditional casting. She has been recognized as one of “50 Top Players” by Newcity and a “Chicagoan of the Year” by the Chicago Tribune. She is an adjunct professor at DePaul’s Theatre School, and an Ambassador for the National New Play Network.
AmBer D. Montgomery (Producer and SGT Associate Artistic Director, she/her) is a director, educator and multi-disciplinary artist from Detroit, Michigan. Originally trained as an actor, AmBer has recently directed Rasheeda Speaking (Shattered Globe Theatre, Jeff Nominee for Best Director); The Snow Queen (The House Theater); Countess Dracula (Otherworld Theater); and hippolytos (Story Theatre New Play Festival). Her associate and assistant directing credits include: Sheepdog (Shattered Globe Theatre); School Girls; or, the African Mean Girls Play (Goodman Theatre); LINDIWE(Steppenwolf Theatre); Too Heavy for Your Pocket (TimeLine Theatre); Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (Writers Theatre); Measure for Measure (American Players Theater); and First Love is the Revolution (Steep Theatre). She was awarded a 2020 FAIR Assistantship at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and a 2018 Fellowship at Steppenwolf Theatre. She has attended training programs at the Globe Theater in London and LISPA (Now Arthaus Berlin). AmBer holds a BFA in Acting from the University of Minnesota Guthrie Theater Actor Training Program.
Lesley Swanson (SGT General Manager, she/her) brings over 12 years of experience in Arts Management and Arts Education to her role at Shattered Globe Theatre. Swanson has planned and executed productions in the non-profit sector for television, theater, and orchestra. She has also directed schools of dance, drama, and music. Swanson earned a MM in flute performance from the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University and a BM from Grand Valley State University. She owns a private studio in the City of Chicago where she teaches flute students of all ages. Active in Chicago’s new music scene, her dynamic flute playing can be heard with the Chicago Composers Orchestra. Swanson has proven herself to be a powerful advocate for women’s rights. As an arts leader, she is committed to continuing education. She recently completed Enrich Chicago’s training Building a Culture of Anti-Racism. Swanson enjoys spoiling her large cat, Séamus. Whenever possible, she slips away to the silver beaches of Lake Michigan.
Emma Durbin (SGT Director of Marketing and Community Engagement, Graphic Design, they/them) is a Chicago-based playwright and dramaturg. They are currently a member of PlayGround-Chicago’s writer’s pool and a writer for Rescripted. Emma’s play landscape has received workshops at Mirrorbox Theatre, The Theatre School at DePaul University, and was selected as a semi-finalist for the 2022 Premiere Play Festival. They are also currently developing Witchcraft, Bitchcraft, originally commissioned by Pocket Theatre VR. Their short plays have been presented by Chicago Dramatists, Shattered Globe Theatre, Naked Angels, Westmont College, and Western Washington University. Emma has served on dramaturgy teams for new play workshops and readings at Actors Theatre of Louisville, TimeLine Theatre Company, The Story Theatre, and as a script share reader for The Playwrights Realm. They interned at the Goodman Theatre, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Ashland New Plays Festival, and attended the New Play Dramaturgy Intensive at the Kennedy Center with Mark Bly. Playwriting BFA: The Theatre School at DePaul University (2020, Dean’s Prize Recipient).
Judy Anderson*+ (Executive Production Manager) has been an SGT Ensemble member since 1991 as the theatre’s Resident Stage Manager. In 2009, she became the Resident Production Manager. Judy has worked on every SGT production in one aspect or another and loves working with her SGT family.
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers
+Shattered Globe Ensemble Member
~Shattered Globe Artistic Associate
** Member, United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829
About Shattered Globe Theatre
Shattered Globe Theatre (Sandy Shinner, Producing Artistic Director) was born in a storefront space on Halsted Street in 1991. Since then, SGT has produced more than 80 plays, including nine American and world premieres, and garnered an impressive 42 Jeff Awards and 107 Jeff Award nominations, as well as the acclaim of critics and audiences alike.
Shattered Globe Theatre seeks to discover new connections between story, artist and audience by exploring drama from bold, challenging perspectives, and continuously redefining what it means to be an ensemble theatre.
SGT’s values are rooted in a commitment to racial equity, respect for all artists and support for the ensemble, while creating new opportunities to amplify traditionally marginalized voices and collaborate in all aspects of our work. Through initiatives such as the Protégé Program, Shattered Globe creates a space which allows emerging artists to grow and share in the ensemble experience.
The work you see on and off the stage would not be possible without the invaluable contributions from civic-minded foundations and individuals who believe in the necessity of supporting the arts. Shattered Globe extends a heartfelt thanks to everyone who has donated time and resources to our theatre.
Shattered Globe Theatre is partially supported and funded by generous grants from The Shulman-Rochambeau Charitable Foundation, The James P. and Brenda S. Grusecki Family Foundation, Bayless Family Foundation, The Gaylord & Dorothy Donnelley Foundation, The MacArthur Fund for Arts & Culture at The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, the Paul M. Angell Family Foundation, a CityArts Grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, the Illinois Arts Council, The Shubert Foundation, the Chicago Community Foundation, and The Saints.
SGT also values the continued support of Dr. Len and Cheryl Cerullo and family in loving memory of Katie Cerullo as well as the generosity of Dan and Claudia Cyganowski in memory of Carol Klimick Cyganowski, scholar and passionate supporter of Chicago Theatre.
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