There are moments that change the course of our lives. Single instances that stay with us when other memories and ideas have faded. If we take the time to evaluate these flashes, we can start to see patterns that reflect who we are and what is important to us. In I’m Feeling This, Drew Davis explores those moments with precision, vulnerability, and just enough self-awareness to make them relatable. His mission is to empower and encourage people to relive their own stories; to take the mantle as the narrator and the main character of their own lives.
The show is being directed by Jessica Mitolo, a long-time teacher and collaborator at Second City with many credits for both acting and directing around the world. When asked to describe Drew, she said, “[he] is a thoughtful and dynamic storyteller who weaves together moments from his life that invite the audience to share in and examine our most primal emotions. At a time when everyone seems to be telling us what to feel, [his] show is an exciting exploration into the how and the why of those feelings.” Sound design is curated by Nick Canepa, who cut his teeth in Oregon before recently moving to Chicago.
Actor/Producer: Drew Davis
Director: Jess Mitolo
Sound Design: Nick Canepa
$8 College Student (w/ valid I.D.)
$5 SC Training Center Student
50 MIN | SEATING 15 MIN PRIOR TO SHOW | NO INTERMISSION
Wednesday, March 4, 2020 at 8:30 PM
Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at 8:30 PM
Wednesday, March 18, 2020 at 8:30 PM
Wednesday, March 25, 2020 at 8:30 PM
1959 Kitchen + Bar | Share some small plates and try a few craft cocktails before the show! Located on the 2nd floor of Pipers Alley, seconds away from the theaters.
Visit our mini bar stations outside of Judy’s Beat Lounge on the 2nd Floor or Donny’s Skybox on the 4th floor for beer, wine, and cocktails before your show! There is no drink minimum at any of our theaters.
This show is not playing on or after this date.
The Second City provides accessible parking and seating at every performance. Parking is available at 230 W. North Ave. in Piper’s Alley Self Park. Each theater is equipped with wheelchair accessible and/or companion seats.
Assistive listening devices, elevator assistance, large print materials, seat assistance, and access for service animals are also available upon request.