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'Gender Breakdown' Feb. 16-March 19

Gender Breakdown—Collaboraction Theatre Company's first world premiere of 2017, that's a response to the lack of gender equity on and offstage—will take place Feb. 16-March 19.

According to the Dramatist's Guild, only 14 percent of plays produced in regional theaters were by U.S. white women in 2015. Only 3.4 percent were written by U.S. women of color.

Dani Bryant is the creator and Erica Vannon is the director.

Gender Breakdown will be presented in The Vault at Collaboraction Studios in the Flat Iron Arts Building, 1579 N. Milwaukee Ave. Single tickets to performances are $20-30 ( $10-$15 for students, educators and industry ); visit Collaboraction.org or call 312-226-9633.

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