The Edge Of Our Bodies

              Art by Carolyn Molloy


 "Critic's Pick. This is a brave production of a haunting play and is not to be missed." - Performink (Full Review)  

"d12 – “Heckuva Good Show”" - Theatre by Numbers (Full Review)

"Molloy’s creation is an act of amazing preparation, vulnerability and spontaneity." - New City (Full Review)

"Portrayal of a teen on the edge brims with energy, razor wit at TUTA" - Chicago Tribune (Full Review)


By Adam Rapp
Directed by 
Jacqueline Stone

March 18 – April 17, 2016

At TUTA, 4670 N. Manor Ave., Chicago 

There is a suggested donation of $25-$30 at the door for adults. Seating is extremely limited.   Reservations are highly recommended. Absolutely NO LATE SEATING.

Produced by TUTA Theatre Chicago, The Edge of Our Bodies is a Chicago premiere play by acclaimed American writer and Pulitzer Prize finalist Adam Rapp. This haunting and deeply moving story follows 16 year old Bernadette, an aspiring young writer as she journeys through New York City and teeters on the verge of adulthood.  A unique coming of age story, the play honestly and delicately paints the journey of our teenage years, at times uncertain, always full of yearning, and empowered by devastating and uplifting experiences. 

Adam Rapp is an accomplished American novelist, playwright, screenwriter, director and musician makes his TUTA debut this season. An Illinois native born and raised in Joliet, Rapp brings a comprehensive understanding of the Midwest to all of his writing. The play premiered in 2011 at The Actor’s Theatre of Louisville’s Humana Festival to great acclaim. TUTA continues its commitment to bringing lesser known plays with a challenging structure that have yet to be produced in Chicago.