Thread and Bone
Lisa Egan Woods
Sometimes funny always honest memoir about grief, heart-surgery, and dressmaking.
Where memory meets a sewing machine: This sometimes funny, always honest solo-work is part memoir, part eulogy, and part dressmaking project. In an intimate patchwork of love, family, grief, and heart-surgery survival, one woman and her sewing machine will tear apart and re-stitch a dress less than an hour.
Category: Solo Performance
Tags: Memoir, Heart-Surgery Survivor, Dressmaking
Venue: Art Academy 301
Please note there is no late seating for this production.
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Lisa Egan Woods is a Kentucky based theatre artist and heart-surgery survivor. Her original work Thread and Bone received the 2018 Chicago Fringe Festival Volunteer Choice Award. Lisa holds a BA in Theatre from the University of Kentucky, an MFA in Acting from The Asolo Conservatory/Florida State University, is a graduate of The Second City Conservatory Chicago, and proud member of Actor’s Equity Association. This production is for her family, with love. LisaEganWoods.com
Past Fringe Credits
(2018) The Chicago Fringe Festival, Thread and Bone