Elmhurst native Tekki Lomnicki will be part of the Fillet of Solo storytelling festival running now through February.
This year’s event is totally virtual. Celebrating the breadth of the region’s enduring storytelling and live lit scene, Lifeline Theatre of Chicago brings together a dozen storytelling collectives and numerous solo performers for a three-week, virtual selection of powerful personal stories.
Lomnicki’s Tellin’ Tales Theatre presents “Liminal Spaces.” In addition to Lomnicki, artistic director and co-founder of the troupe, three participating ensemble members include Lindsay Porter, Robert Teverbaugh and Tammy Rozofsky.
Due to the virtual nature of this year’s fest, pricing has changed. Single tickets are name your price (suggested donation of $20), which give you full access to the fest for the run. Festival passes at $45 give you full access plus panel discussions and workshops.
To learn about all the artists, visit lifelinetheatre.com/performances/2020-2021/fillet-of-solo-2021 or call the Lifeline Theater box office at 773-761-4477.