In Manual Cinema’s The End of TV, two women help each other rediscover their humanity | Theater Review | Chicago Reader

In Manual Cinema’s The End of TV, two women help each other rediscover their humanity 

The multimedia ensemble’s latest production is a beautiful and transfixing examination of the effects of the industrial age.

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Judy Sirota Rosenthal

In an unnamed midwestern city sometime in the early 90s, an elderly white woman lives out her days entirely through her television, while a young black woman struggles to get by in a faltering economy. Their stories echo and intertwine in The…

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