By Danielle Dresden
Directed by Peggy Rosin
Featuring music, cartoons, tap dance and in-door kites, this new comedy takes a satiric look at cultural hypochondria. The plot concerns Shelly Simon, a woman who's had about every symptom you could name -- and then some. Her book -- "Our Bodies, Someone Else's" -- could be the Next Big Thing, but can she and her colleagues take the pressure?
Produced by TAPIT/new works at TAPIT/new works Studio Theater, 1957 Winnebago St.
Performances: November 8 - 23, 2002
Fridays & Saturdays 8 pm; Saturdays 4 pm
Ticket Prices $12 general audience
Call 608-244-2938 for reservations or more information.
Check out the TAPIT/new works website for more information --www.tapitnewworks.org!