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Come see "2 Unfortunate 2 Travel" at the Prop through April 25th.

"What makes this adaptation so delightful are its gifted performers, who not only deliver Jack's diary entries as strikingly individual monologues but also incorporate other storytelling methods—dance, spoken-word poetry, violin, puppetry—to create a parallel narrative that ranges between reinforcement and subversion of Jack's earnest discovery of other places and other cultures. This becomes an exceptionally powerful confrontation of issues such as allyship, safe spaces, and the political implications of its own premise."

 - Chicago Reader

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