Lisa Loomer's 'Distracted' Tries a Twist on the Old Theme of Addiction

Christopher Plevin
Chicago Reader | February 16, 2010
Over the last half century or so, the family that self-medicates has become a trope of American literature. Hell — it's become a trope of America, and our theater's been the source of some of its most potent expressions.

Chicago Reader

Chicago Reader, a pioneer of the weekly alternative press, is one of the largest and most successful AAN publications, recognized throughout the industry for both editorial excellence and advertising impact. It publishes an average of 100 pages per week in...
More »
Contact for Reprint Rights
  • Market Served: Metropolitan Area
  • Address: 350 North Orleans Street, 10th Floor, Chicago, IL 60654
  • Phone: (312) 222-6920