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Playwright Isaac Gómez Pays Tribute To His Mom In New Radio Play ‘Wally World’

Chicago-based playwright Isaac Gómez

Playwright Isaac Gómez Pays Tribute To His Mom In New Radio Play ‘Wally World’

Ever wonder what it’s like to work at a big-box store during the hustle and bustle around the holidays? Welcome to Wally World. The two-act radio play by Chicago-based playwright Isaac Gómez is one of six productions streaming on the Steppenwolf NOW virtual theater.

Reset learns more about how the virtual production came together, and what it was like to put on a radio play during the COVID-19 pandemic.

GUEST: Isaac Gómez, playwright and co-director of “Wally World”

Sandra Marquez, Steppenwolf Theatre ensemble member

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