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The Honesty Theatre's 'Cashier's Manifesto'

The Honesty Theatre performs the original short play "Cashier's Manifesto" Saturday afternoon near Casa De Arte on Elmwood Ave.

Earlier this afternoon, I caught up with the gifted performers of The Honesty Theatre, whose members I first saw in a revelatory performance during last year's festival in Burning Books. They were getting ready to perform the original short play "A Cashier's Manifesto," a reflection on the hellish experiences of customer service workers everywhere.

The troupe, headed by writer and director Heather Rae Ackerman was nice enough to let me ask them a few questions about the show before Saturday's hilarious performance. Here they are:


Earlier in the week, I stumbled across an advertisment for the show outside of Rust Belt Books, which, because it was made entirely from yarn and ranks as one of the more creative Infringey advertisements I've seen, seems worth re-posting here:

--Colin Dabkowski


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