Blurred Vision



“Besides, one day I wouldn't be "crippled" or "handicapped". If I were brave enough, if I waited long enough I’d be normal.”

Blurred Vision is an hour-long show about the importance of healing the human spirit. As an adult, Tekki goes from doctor to doctor to find the cause of her blurred vision and ends up flashbacking to her childhood surgeries at Resurrection Hospital where she was treated “special”. M.K. Victorson plays her nurse, shadow able-bodied self and various comic book villains.

“Charming and sharply funny”
Kerry Reid
Chicago Tribune

“Tekki Lomnicki is a dwarf who’s also a great monologuist with a funny, powerful, vivid autobiographical show it would be a bummer to miss.”
Tony Adler
Chicago Reader

Blurred Vision was performed at Live Bait Theater, The Acorn Theater, Second City as a part of Bodies of Work: The Chicago Festival of Disability Arts, The Power of Nursing Leadership Conference and 18th Street Theater.

Perfect for:
Disability Awareness Events
Medical Associations
Medical Students
Nursing Conferences