T. Jefferson Carey -- playwright, actor, artist, set designer, landscape laborer -- might be the most unassuming Renaissance man you'll ever meet. But really, he's just a regular guy with a good shtick. More to the point, he's a grown-up boy with a whole lifetime of surreal and scary dreams to sort out -- something he's been doing for thirty years, frame by frame, vision by vision. His oeuvre includes a weird and expansive collection of drawings, a ten-year stint designing haunted-house attractions and Internet flash films in Chicago, and the... More >>>