As the lights came up on Lookingglass Theatre’s production of 1984,George Orwell’s classic novel, Gepco cables shared the spotlight with the talented group of artists who call Chicago’s Water Tower Water Works home. Directed and adapted by Andrew White, with lighting design by Chris Binder, this stage version of 1984 features an abundance of screens and monitors within the scenery to simulate to audience members that they are constantly under the watchful eye of Big Brother. The production ...

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