Uhm, something is wrong with Tekki Lomnicki. Sometimes being too funny can land you in the doctor’s office with blurred vision and hypochondriac issues through the yazzoo. Don’t miss, Blurred Vision, by “self-proclaimed hypochondriac” Tekki Lomnicki.
“See it before it’s banned by the AMA! Tekki Lomnicki, self-proclaimed hypochondriac, journeys from doctor to doctor in search of a diagnosis for her blurred vision. On the way, she uncovers memories from her childhood surgeries, picks up a hitchhiking dragon and a magician’s assistant. Blurred Vision explores growing up with a disability, the crap shoot of healthcare, and the power of storytelling– with hilarious results. “
American Sign Language Interpreter, Personal Assistant and Audio Description provided.
RSVP to: 312-640-2121 voice
Cost: Frugal Free!
When: Friday, March 27, 6:30 p.m.
Where: Access Living, 115 W. Chicago, Chicago
Neighborhood: River North
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Contact: 312-640-2121 voice, 312-640-2102 TTY, Snussbaum@accessliving.org
Website: Access Living
Duration: Until completely satisfied, or until it’s over.
*Note: Presented by the Access Living Arts & Culture Project
Partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.