Comedy for a Cure Tour star
LAURAN SEPTEMBER
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Lauran September graduated from the University of Kentucky with a B.A. in Theatre, and is a graduate of The Second City Conservatory and iO Training Center.  Credits include:  INFORMATION UNDERLOAD and CHEKHOV IN THE TRAILER PARK, RICKSHAW, and FUNEMPLOYED.  


Lauran dedicated her performances to her dear friend Lauren "Fancy" Carr,  who at the age of 28 was diagnosed with breast cancer and is recovering from a double mastectomy, and to her beloved high school drama teacher, Cindy Ethington, who lost her battle with cancer in July of 2010.  “These women and all those suffering from this disease are inspirations to us all.”

CREDITS

Claire Simon Casting, Chicago

Joanna Roche, Public and Media Relations, MA

Darcy Farrington-Ryan, Stage Manager and Choreographer

Eric Price, Lighting/Sound Design

Voltage Studio, Audio Recordings

Joseph Griffin, Video Editor

Ramenstudio, Art, Chicago

SPECIAL THANKS

Angela Hayes, American Cancer Society

Vince Lawrence, Music Producer - Theme Songs

Slang Music Group, Studio Recordings

Jana G, Recording Artist, loan of her hit song “Open Up”

Metropolis Theatre, Arlington IL, gracious host of Preview

World Premiere star
SARA TODE

“...Played brilliantly by Sara Tode who morphs into a cast of female characters all reflecting on their breasts and the meaning of them. It’s quirky, funny and at times insightful. Each character tells a story of their relationship to their breasts and throughout the play, the stories begin to weave together as you begin to understand the relationships the characters themselves have to each other. Tode very effectively plays seven roles from a Southern bell to a tough talking woman cop to a Romanian talk show host. She is splendid in all the roles...”

Ken and Gail Jackson,

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