This is a new, traveling variety show that features Eileen Tull and other artists performing pieces that address the wide spectrum of mental health and recovery.
By Eileen Tull
Eileen Tull is a storyteller, performance artist, poet, comedian, and one woman show person. Her work has been performed throughout the country, from New York to San Francisco, including in the SF Fringe, United Solo, Dallas Solo Festival, and the Cincy Fringe. In Chicago, she has worked with You’re Being Ridiculous, The Kates, Stage Left, Broken Nose, and Three Cat Productions, among others. Eileen co-curates Sappho’s Salon, a performance series exploring gender, feminism, and sexuality at Women and Children First bookstore. She teaches drama and creative expression to students of all ages with the Chicago Park District, and her work as a creative activist was recognized by the White House in 2016.