Philip Lynch Presents “All in the Timing” Streaming Live!

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Lewis University Philip Lynch Presents “All in the Timing” Streaming Live!

Published: September 23, 2020.


An ensemble cast of seven Lewis University students are performing multiple characters. The cast includes (top row): Lukas Roy of Palos Park. (Second row, left to right) Katie Horn of Strugis, MI, Austin Jones of Steger, and Alexander Schedel of Bolingbrook. (Third row, left to right) Brianna Knusten of Plainfield, Haley Marchewka of Loves Park, IL and John Kladis of Palos Hills.

All in the Timing, written by David Ives, directed by Theatre Department Chair, Kevin Trudeau of Beverly, will be streaming live performances on October 2-4 and October 8-11, 2020.  The play is recommended for patrons 13 years and up. Evening performances are 7:30 p.m. and the Sunday matinees are 2:30 p.m. In addition, there is a matinee performance at 3:30 p.m. on October 10. Ticket prices are $13 for an adult, $12 for students and seniors. Lewis students pay $3 with an ID. Running time of the show is approximately ninety minutes.

For more information, patrons can follow the Philip Lynch Theatre (PLT) on social media @pltlewisu, or call the box office

(815) 836-5500, Wednesday through Friday 1-4:30 p.m. Purchase ticket streaming links online with a credit card on the PLT Website at www.lewisu.edu/plt.  Click the “buy tickets” link.

Featuring five diverse but equally hilarious one-act comedies, David Ives’ All in the Timing is a witty, romantic, absurd, and existentially-minded evening of theatre. In Sure Thing, a couple on a first date has the opportunity to reset and try again each time they say the wrong thing. Words, Words, Words takes the “infinite monkey theorem”-- the idea that given enough time, three monkeys in a room could eventually compose any given text, including Shakespeare’s Hamlet -- and turns it into reality. In The Universal Language, a shy young woman places her faith in her fraudulent language tutor, who is changed for the better when he discovers the language they share: not the made-up “Unamunda” professes to be fluent in, but rather the language of love. In The Philadelphia, a man discovers that he’s entered a strange pocket of the universe where the only way to get what he wants is to ask for the opposite. Finally, in Variations on the Death of Leon Trotsky, the audience is treated to the hilarious vision of the famous Marxist waxing poetical -- and dying, over and over and over again.

An ensemble cast of seven Lewis University students are performing multiple characters.  The cast includes:  Katie Horn of Strugis, MI, Austin Jones of Steger, John Kladis of Palos Hills, Brianna Knusten of Plainfield, Haley Marchewka of Loves Park, IL, Lukas Roy of Palos Park, and Alexander Schedel of Bolingbrook.

Associate theatre professor and designer, Andrew Nelsen of Joliet provides the technical support and oversees the lighting and set-up of actor’s Zoom pods. Resident costumer, Celeste Mackey of Joliet, has conceived costumes to illustrate the many whimsical and zany characters. Working behind the scenes are Julia Egizio of Plainfield (stage manager), Katie Szymkiewicz of Chicago (assistant stage manager), Kyra Savage of Romeoville (properties manager), Nathan Fournier of Buffalo, NY (sound design and board operator), Estefania Flores of Tinley Park (dramaturgy), and Dave Pomatto of Naperville (assistant technical director).

Lewis University is an innovative and forward-thinking Catholic university offering market-relevant undergraduate and graduate programs to 6,300 students. Sponsored by the De La Salle Christian Brothers, Lewis University is nationally recognized for preparing intellectually engaged, ethically grounded, globally connected and socially responsible graduates. Visit www.lewisu.edu for further information.



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