Part of Ignite Chicago
Tokens of Promise
Dec 4, 2021


There’s only one open “diversity” position at this start-up, and the White Corporate Boss Guy is ready to watch the minorities duke it out for the sweet, sweet privilege of employment. Ada A.’s wicked satire about modern-day job search and employment culture offers a scathing rebuttal of the working world—and the cost of surviving within it.

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  1. Audience members must be masked for the duration of their visit. Masks will be available for purchase onsite if needed.
  2. Audience members must show proof of full covid-19 vaccination or a negative covid-19 test within the last 72 hours, along with a photo ID, at the door to be allowed entry to the theater.

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Location Details


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Creative Team

Ada A.
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Sydney Chatman
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Sammy Brown
Stage Manager
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Adia Alli
Haley Bolithan
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Eileen Doan
The Assistant
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Michael Aaron Pogue
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Stephen Spencer
Corporate Boss Guy
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Jamila Tyler
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Rebekah Ward
White Woman/Stage Directions
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