Check out some of your favorite Promethean ensemble members’ work and join us in supporting the Chicago theatre community at large. C’mon, get out and see a play this weekend!

The Imposters Theatre Co. presents The Last Living Gun featuring Promethean ensemble member Gunner Bradley. Imagine a world without guns. Part Wild Western, part vaudevillian farce, The Last Living Gun crosses genres to expend a story of survival. Playing at The Den through 10/14.

Idle Muse presents Jane: Abortion and the Underground starring Promethean ensemble member Meghann Tabor. Based on interviews with the women who ran the legendary organization before Roe v. Wade, Jane: Abortion and the Underground tells the stories of the fight for freedom over their bodies that continues today. Playing at The Edge Off Broadway through 10/15.

Morton Arboretum Walking Plays presents Anne of Green Gables with Promethean ensemble member Jessica Goforth. L.M. Montgomery’s beloved novel, including Anne’s famous line, “I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers,” comes to life in the autumn scenery of the Arboretum, transformed into Avonlea. Through 10/29.

Redtwist Theatre presents Wolves by Steve Yockey. This intimate, gory drama is just the play to tap into your inner animal. A gay reimagining of Little Red Riding Hood, it stars Promethean’s own Joshua Servantez. Playing at Redtwist’s intimate blackbox theater through 11/5.

City Lit Theatre presents The Night of the Hunter by Davis Grubb, adapted by Chicagoan Shawna Tucker. This world premiere stage adaptation of the thriller crime novel is directed by Promethean’s Brian Pastor, with set design by our own Jeremiah Barr, and features Promethean ensemble member Simmery Branch. Playing 10/20-12/3.