Current & Upcoming Shows

Main Stage
Seussical, Jr.
8/ 26 & 27

Dream Big Performing Arts Workshop’s second production camp will include Horton the Elephant, the Cat in the Hat and all of your favorite Dr. Seuss characters onstage in Seussical Jr., a fantastical musical extravaganza from Tony-winners, Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty.

Transporting audiences from the Jungle of Nool to the Circus McGurkus, the Cat in the Hat narrates the story of Horton the Elephant, who discovers a speck of dust containing tiny people called the Whos. Horton must protect the Whos and even though he faces ridicule, danger and a trial, the intrepid Gertrude McFuzz never loses faith in him. Ultimately, the powers of friendship, loyalty, family and community are challenged and emerge triumphant.

This all-ages performance lasts 90 minutes with no intermission. Children under 2 are free, but must sit on a guardian’s lap.

Seussical, Jr.
8/ 26 & 27
Seussical, Jr.

Dream Big Performing Arts Workshop’s second production camp will include Horton the Elephant, the Cat in the Hat and all of your favorite Dr. Seuss characters onstage in Seussical Jr., a fantastical musical extravaganza from Tony-winners, Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty.

Transporting audiences from the Jungle of Nool to the Circus McGurkus, the Cat in the Hat narrates the story of Horton the Elephant, who discovers a speck of dust containing tiny people called the Whos. Horton must protect the Whos and even though he faces ridicule, danger and a trial, the intrepid Gertrude McFuzz never loses faith in him. Ultimately, the powers of friendship, loyalty, family and community are challenged and emerge triumphant.

This all-ages performance lasts 90 minutes with no intermission. Children under 2 are free, but must sit on a guardian’s lap.

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Main Stage
8/ 26 & 27
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Resilient Benefit Showcase
9/10 8pm

The premier presentation of Ascendence Dance Chicago along with several guest choreographers, performers and Chicago area dance companies, coming together presenting pieces with one unified theme: Resilience. An evening of movement art, dedicated to the design, creation and passion for performance pieces that resonate with anyone in need of healing or inspiration. Ascendence Dance Chicago distinguishes itself by its unique concepts and ability to give back to the Chicago community, and rally them to “Ascend”.

Resilient Benefit Showcase
9/10 8pm
Resilient Benefit Showcase

The premier presentation of Ascendence Dance Chicago along with several guest choreographers, performers and Chicago area dance companies, coming together presenting pieces with one unified theme: Resilience. An evening of movement art, dedicated to the design, creation and passion for performance pieces that resonate with anyone in need of healing or inspiration. Ascendence Dance Chicago distinguishes itself by its unique concepts and ability to give back to the Chicago community, and rally them to “Ascend”.

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Main Stage
9/10 8pm
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Haydn’s L’isola disabitata
9/17 & 9/18

“Worth waiting for.” Chicago Tribune
“Finely played, carefully sung, lovingly detailed period performance.” New York Times

Haydn was the most famous musician of the late 18th century, renowned for his symphonies and chamber music. He was also one of the most experienced opera composers of his day, conducting more than 100 operatic performances each year. Haymarket Opera Company offers the Chicago premiere of his best operatic gem. Audiences and critics rave over HOC’s orchestral precision, gorgeous costumes, whimsical stage sets, and stylish acting.

Written in 1779, L’isola disabitata is set to a text by the 18th century’s most important librettist, Pietro Metastasio. The story tells of the sisters Costanza and Silvia who have lived alone on a desert island for 13 years after a bad storm forced their ship to port. When they landed, Costanza’s husband Gernando was abducted by pirates. He has spent the intervening years as a slave. Costanza is about to commit suicide when Gernando and his friend Enrico return to the island to find the sisters. And all’s well that ends well.

Craig Trompeter, Conductor
Sarah Edgar, Stage Director
Costanza–Kimberly McCord, soprano
Silvia–Suzanne Lommler, mezzo soprano
Gernando–Scott Brunscheen, tenor
Enrico–Jonathan Beyer, baritone

Haydn’s L’isola disabitata
9/17 & 9/18
(The Desert Island)
Haydn’s L’isola disabitata

“Worth waiting for.” Chicago Tribune
“Finely played, carefully sung, lovingly detailed period performance.” New York Times

Haydn was the most famous musician of the late 18th century, renowned for his symphonies and chamber music. He was also one of the most experienced opera composers of his day, conducting more than 100 operatic performances each year. Haymarket Opera Company offers the Chicago premiere of his best operatic gem. Audiences and critics rave over HOC’s orchestral precision, gorgeous costumes, whimsical stage sets, and stylish acting.

Written in 1779, L’isola disabitata is set to a text by the 18th century’s most important librettist, Pietro Metastasio. The story tells of the sisters Costanza and Silvia who have lived alone on a desert island for 13 years after a bad storm forced their ship to port. When they landed, Costanza’s husband Gernando was abducted by pirates. He has spent the intervening years as a slave. Costanza is about to commit suicide when Gernando and his friend Enrico return to the island to find the sisters. And all’s well that ends well.

Craig Trompeter, Conductor
Sarah Edgar, Stage Director
Costanza–Kimberly McCord, soprano
Silvia–Suzanne Lommler, mezzo soprano
Gernando–Scott Brunscheen, tenor
Enrico–Jonathan Beyer, baritone

Recommended for ages 10+. Performance lasts 2 hours including one 15-minute intermission.
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Main Stage
9/17 & 9/18
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Cook’s Science Live
10/13 - 8PM

Cook’s Science Executive Editors, Dan Souza and Molly Birnbaum, use interactive video, music, scent, storytelling, and live experiments to take you on their journey–from top bun to bottom bun. Together, you’ll learn how sound changes our perception of lettuce, why the glass ketchup bottle is a cruel joke, how grass can change the flavor of beef fat, and why the most important ingredient in your hamburger bun is actually a vegetable. Bring an open mind and an open stomach; your most pressing food, science, or cooking questions; and a friend. It’s going to be fun (and weird, but in a good way).

Cook’s Science Live
10/13 - 8PM
Cook’s Science Live

Cook’s Science Executive Editors, Dan Souza and Molly Birnbaum, use interactive video, music, scent, storytelling, and live experiments to take you on their journey–from top bun to bottom bun. Together, you’ll learn how sound changes our perception of lettuce, why the glass ketchup bottle is a cruel joke, how grass can change the flavor of beef fat, and why the most important ingredient in your hamburger bun is actually a vegetable. Bring an open mind and an open stomach; your most pressing food, science, or cooking questions; and a friend. It’s going to be fun (and weird, but in a good way).

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Main Stage
10/13 - 8PM
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Dylan Moran
10/22

Born in Navan, County Meath in 1971, Moran is a critically acclaimed Irish comedian. In 1993, he won the Channel Four comedy newcomer’s “So You Think You’re Funny” award at the Edinburgh Festival. He has written multiple one-man shows including “Ready, Steady, Cough” (2002), “Dylan Moran: Monster” (2004), and “Gurgling for Money” (1993), for which he won the prestigious Perrier Comedy Award in 1996. He has starred in the BBC sitcom, “How Do You Want Me?” (1998), and in 2000, he was commissioned by Channel Four to write and star in the sitcom, Black Books (2000). Moran has also worked on multiple film projects including “Notting Hill” (1999), Shaun of the Dead (2004) and “Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story” (2005). Moran’s live stand-up comedy is unique in that it merges two strands of stand-up that seemed incompatible for a long time: sharp observational humor, and surreal and fantastical language-based absurdity.

Dylan Moran
10/22
Dylan Moran

Born in Navan, County Meath in 1971, Moran is a critically acclaimed Irish comedian. In 1993, he won the Channel Four comedy newcomer’s “So You Think You’re Funny” award at the Edinburgh Festival. He has written multiple one-man shows including “Ready, Steady, Cough” (2002), “Dylan Moran: Monster” (2004), and “Gurgling for Money” (1993), for which he won the prestigious Perrier Comedy Award in 1996. He has starred in the BBC sitcom, “How Do You Want Me?” (1998), and in 2000, he was commissioned by Channel Four to write and star in the sitcom, Black Books (2000). Moran has also worked on multiple film projects including “Notting Hill” (1999), Shaun of the Dead (2004) and “Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story” (2005). Moran’s live stand-up comedy is unique in that it merges two strands of stand-up that seemed incompatible for a long time: sharp observational humor, and surreal and fantastical language-based absurdity.

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Main Stage
10/22
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F.W. Murnau’s Nosferatu
Oct. 24, 2016

Join us for a screening of F.W. Murnau’s 1922 German, silent, horror classic,Nosferatu!  With a live score performed by the Invincible Czars of Austin, TX.  Live music and the undead, just in time for Halloween.

The mysterious Count Orlok (Max Schreck) summons Thomas Hutter (Gustav von Wangenheim) to his remote Transylvanian castle in the mountains. The eerie Orlok seeks to buy a house near Hutter and his wife, Ellen (Greta Schroeder). After Orlok reveals his vampire nature, Hutter struggles to escape the castle and intervene in Orlok’s plan.

This Expressionist masterpiece by one of the master auteurs of the silent era was rife with drama during filming. Max Schreck, the actor who plays Count Orlok, was even rumored to be drinking blood. See the product of evil for yourself!

“It doesn’t scare us, but it haunts us. It shows not that vampires can jump out of the shadows, but that evil can grow there, nourished on death.” – Roger Ebert

“A masterpiece of the German silent cinema and easily the most effective version of Dracula on record.” – Dave Kehr, The Chicago Reader

“It’s not just a great horror movie. It’s a poem of horror, a symphony of dread, a film so rapt, mysterious, and weirdly lovely, it haunts the mind long after it’s over.” – The Los Angeles Times

“WatchingNosferatu is like standing in the same room as death itself.” – Slant Magazine

7:00PM Pre-film lecture
7:30PM Nosferatu Screening
9:00PM Post-film discussion

F.W. Murnau’s Nosferatu
Oct. 24, 2016
including pre-screening lecture and post-screening discussion
F.W. Murnau’s Nosferatu

Join us for a screening of F.W. Murnau’s 1922 German, silent, horror classic,Nosferatu!  With a live score performed by the Invincible Czars of Austin, TX.  Live music and the undead, just in time for Halloween.

The mysterious Count Orlok (Max Schreck) summons Thomas Hutter (Gustav von Wangenheim) to his remote Transylvanian castle in the mountains. The eerie Orlok seeks to buy a house near Hutter and his wife, Ellen (Greta Schroeder). After Orlok reveals his vampire nature, Hutter struggles to escape the castle and intervene in Orlok’s plan.

This Expressionist masterpiece by one of the master auteurs of the silent era was rife with drama during filming. Max Schreck, the actor who plays Count Orlok, was even rumored to be drinking blood. See the product of evil for yourself!

“It doesn’t scare us, but it haunts us. It shows not that vampires can jump out of the shadows, but that evil can grow there, nourished on death.” – Roger Ebert

“A masterpiece of the German silent cinema and easily the most effective version of Dracula on record.” – Dave Kehr, The Chicago Reader

“It’s not just a great horror movie. It’s a poem of horror, a symphony of dread, a film so rapt, mysterious, and weirdly lovely, it haunts the mind long after it’s over.” – The Los Angeles Times

“WatchingNosferatu is like standing in the same room as death itself.” – Slant Magazine

7:00PM Pre-film lecture
7:30PM Nosferatu Screening
9:00PM Post-film discussion

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Main Stage
Oct. 24, 2016
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DECADE
10/29 @ 8PM
Join Nomi Dance Company as we celebrate our 10th anniversary season! We’re thrilled to have reached this great milestone, and are truly honored to be a part of Chicago’s incredible dance community. Nomi presents a celebratory evening filled with works that promises to entertain and keep you on the edge of your seats. We travel back to season 3 to resurrect a work that showcases the company’s true athleticism, and back to season 9 displaying our virtuosity and connection to music’s greats. Look forward to exciting premieres by Artistic Director Laura Kariotis, company member Katie Carey, and guest artist Daniel Williams adding unexpected twists and turns to contemporary dance! Don’t miss out on the party!
Nomi Dance presents
DECADE
10/29 @ 8PM
DECADE
Join Nomi Dance Company as we celebrate our 10th anniversary season! We’re thrilled to have reached this great milestone, and are truly honored to be a part of Chicago’s incredible dance community. Nomi presents a celebratory evening filled with works that promises to entertain and keep you on the edge of your seats. We travel back to season 3 to resurrect a work that showcases the company’s true athleticism, and back to season 9 displaying our virtuosity and connection to music’s greats. Look forward to exciting premieres by Artistic Director Laura Kariotis, company member Katie Carey, and guest artist Daniel Williams adding unexpected twists and turns to contemporary dance! Don’t miss out on the party!
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10/29 @ 8PM
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Studio One
Einstein’s Gift
8/4 - 8/28

Through the recollections of Albert Einstein, the play focuses on the life and career of German chemist Dr. Fritz Haber, who helped improve living conditions with his work on nitrogen fixation. His work was later used by the German army to produce chlorine gas used in Second Battle of Ypres in the First World War. As Dr. Haber becomes increasingly involved with the German army, the play depicts how his actions and newly forged military connections affect his relationship with his wife, Clara, and his assistant, Otto. As his passion in science intertwines with nationalistic pride, Haber manifested himself a scientist devoted to a country that never accepted his Jewish origin.

No late seating. Recommended for ages 18+ due to intellectual content. Performance lasts 90 minutes with a 15-minute intermission.

Einstein’s Gift
8/4 - 8/28
Einstein’s Gift

Through the recollections of Albert Einstein, the play focuses on the life and career of German chemist Dr. Fritz Haber, who helped improve living conditions with his work on nitrogen fixation. His work was later used by the German army to produce chlorine gas used in Second Battle of Ypres in the First World War. As Dr. Haber becomes increasingly involved with the German army, the play depicts how his actions and newly forged military connections affect his relationship with his wife, Clara, and his assistant, Otto. As his passion in science intertwines with nationalistic pride, Haber manifested himself a scientist devoted to a country that never accepted his Jewish origin.

No late seating. Recommended for ages 18+ due to intellectual content. Performance lasts 90 minutes with a 15-minute intermission.

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Studio One
8/4 - 8/28
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Amour
9/2 - 10/8
Black Button Eyes Productions brings the Broadway musical Amour to the city for its Chicago premiere. Adapted by beloved French composer Michel Legrand from the Marcel Aymé short story “Le Passe-Muraille,” the musical spins the story of an unassuming clerk in post-World War II Paris who embraces a life of romance and adventure when he discovers one day that he has the ability to walk through walls.
Amour
9/2 - 10/8
Amour
Black Button Eyes Productions brings the Broadway musical Amour to the city for its Chicago premiere. Adapted by beloved French composer Michel Legrand from the Marcel Aymé short story “Le Passe-Muraille,” the musical spins the story of an unassuming clerk in post-World War II Paris who embraces a life of romance and adventure when he discovers one day that he has the ability to walk through walls.
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Studio One
9/2 - 10/8
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Thicker Than Water
10/13 - 11/6

Thicker Than Water is based on the Andrea Yates tragedy of several years ago where in a Texas housewife admitted to drowning her five young children. The play brings up issues of mental illness, postpartum psychosis and societal pressures faced by women. The play was nominated for a 2014 Pulitzer Prize.

Thicker Than Water
10/13 - 11/6
Thicker Than Water

Thicker Than Water is based on the Andrea Yates tragedy of several years ago where in a Texas housewife admitted to drowning her five young children. The play brings up issues of mental illness, postpartum psychosis and societal pressures faced by women. The play was nominated for a 2014 Pulitzer Prize.

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10/13 - 11/6
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Studio Two
Three Hotels
8/9 - 9/17

Set in three different hotel rooms a husband and wife tell their story, separate and alone. Kenneth Hoyle, an American businessman, sells defective baby formula in third world markets. And his wife, Barbara, talks about him, their marriage, and the incident that made this story their reality. In a play that progresses from intellectual cynicism to heartbreaking honesty, Baitz reveals the emotional and physical wounds we all encounter in the face of adversity and heartbreak.
 

No late seating. Recommended for ages 13+. Performance lasts 1 hour 15 minutes without intermission.

“Directed by Luda Lopatina Solomon, this Bluebird Arts production features imaginative multimedia visual and sound design, and actors Dave Belden and Jaimelyn Gray bring fierce conviction to their storytelling.”—Albert Williams, Chicago Reader

“As Barbara, Gray is articulate and empathetic, the heart of the piece.”—Lauren Whalen, Chicago Theatre Beat

“…Solomon’s simple staging gives Belden and Gray lots of room to explore [the play’s] complicated, emotional levels. Moreover, though the play is comprised of only monologues, they are well-written and well-acted…”— August Lysy, Chicago Critic

Blubeird Arts presents
Three Hotels
8/9 - 9/17
By Jon Robin Baitz
Three Hotels

Set in three different hotel rooms a husband and wife tell their story, separate and alone. Kenneth Hoyle, an American businessman, sells defective baby formula in third world markets. And his wife, Barbara, talks about him, their marriage, and the incident that made this story their reality. In a play that progresses from intellectual cynicism to heartbreaking honesty, Baitz reveals the emotional and physical wounds we all encounter in the face of adversity and heartbreak.
 

No late seating. Recommended for ages 13+. Performance lasts 1 hour 15 minutes without intermission.

“Directed by Luda Lopatina Solomon, this Bluebird Arts production features imaginative multimedia visual and sound design, and actors Dave Belden and Jaimelyn Gray bring fierce conviction to their storytelling.”—Albert Williams, Chicago Reader

“As Barbara, Gray is articulate and empathetic, the heart of the piece.”—Lauren Whalen, Chicago Theatre Beat

“…Solomon’s simple staging gives Belden and Gray lots of room to explore [the play’s] complicated, emotional levels. Moreover, though the play is comprised of only monologues, they are well-written and well-acted…”— August Lysy, Chicago Critic

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Studio Two
8/9 - 9/17
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Still by Jen Silverman
9/29-10/30

Constantinople has been dead for 2 days, but that’s the least of his worries. As he searches an unfamiliar world for his mother, Morgan, she begins her own struggle to mourn a son she never knew.

Still by Jen Silverman
9/29-10/30
Still by Jen Silverman

Constantinople has been dead for 2 days, but that’s the least of his worries. As he searches an unfamiliar world for his mother, Morgan, she begins her own struggle to mourn a son she never knew.

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Studio Two
9/29-10/30
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Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead
11/4 -12/4

When CB’s dog dies from rabies, CB begins to question the existence of an afterlife. His best friend is too burnt out to provide any coherent speculation; his sister has gone Goth; his ex-girlfriend has recently been institutionalized; and his other friends are too inebriated to give him any sort of solace. But a chance meeting with an artistic kid, the target of this group’s bullying, offers CB a peace of mind and sets in motion a friendship that will push teen angst to the very limits. Drug use, suicide, eating disorders, teen violence, rebellion and sexual identity collide and careen toward an ending that’s both haunting and hopeful.

Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead
11/4 -12/4
Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead

When CB’s dog dies from rabies, CB begins to question the existence of an afterlife. His best friend is too burnt out to provide any coherent speculation; his sister has gone Goth; his ex-girlfriend has recently been institutionalized; and his other friends are too inebriated to give him any sort of solace. But a chance meeting with an artistic kid, the target of this group’s bullying, offers CB a peace of mind and sets in motion a friendship that will push teen angst to the very limits. Drug use, suicide, eating disorders, teen violence, rebellion and sexual identity collide and careen toward an ending that’s both haunting and hopeful.

Recommended for adults, due to nudity and strong language. Performance lasts 90 minutes without intermission.
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Studio Two
11/4 -12/4
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The History Boys
2/3/17 - 3/5/17

An unruly bunch of bright, funny sixth-form (senior) boys in a British boarding school are, as such boys will be, in pursuit of sex, sport, and a place at a good university – generally in that order. In all their efforts, they are helped and hindered, enlightened and bemused, by a maverick English teacher who seeks to broaden their horizons in sometimes undefined ways, and by a young history teacher who questions the methods, as well as the aim, of their schooling.

The History Boys
2/3/17 - 3/5/17
The History Boys

An unruly bunch of bright, funny sixth-form (senior) boys in a British boarding school are, as such boys will be, in pursuit of sex, sport, and a place at a good university – generally in that order. In all their efforts, they are helped and hindered, enlightened and bemused, by a maverick English teacher who seeks to broaden their horizons in sometimes undefined ways, and by a young history teacher who questions the methods, as well as the aim, of their schooling.

Recommended for ages 13+, due to strong language. Performance lasts two hours 30 minutes including a 15-minute intermission.
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Studio Two
2/3/17 - 3/5/17
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Gidion’s Knot
6/2/17 - 7/2/17

Over the course of a parent/teacher conference, a grieving mother and an emotionally overwhelmed primary school teacher have a fraught conversation about the tragic suicide of the mother’s son, Gidion. Gidion may have been bullied severely—or he may have been an abuser. As his story is slowly uncovered, the women try to reconstruct a satisfying explanation for Gidion’s act and come to terms with excruciating feelings of culpability.

Gidion’s Knot
6/2/17 - 7/2/17
Gidion’s Knot

Over the course of a parent/teacher conference, a grieving mother and an emotionally overwhelmed primary school teacher have a fraught conversation about the tragic suicide of the mother’s son, Gidion. Gidion may have been bullied severely—or he may have been an abuser. As his story is slowly uncovered, the women try to reconstruct a satisfying explanation for Gidion’s act and come to terms with excruciating feelings of culpability.

Recommended for ages 13+, due to strong language. Performance lasts 90 minutes without intermission.
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Studio Two
6/2/17 - 7/2/17
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Studio Three
Oh, Coward! a Noël Coward musical review
8/25 - 9/18
Oh, Coward! is a musical revue with songs and lyrics, all by Noël Coward, featuring three singers and a pianist. Songs include, ‘Poor Little Rich Girl,’ ‘A Room with a View,’ ‘The Stately Homes of England,’ ‘If Love Were All,’ ‘Why Do the Wrong People Travel,’ and ‘Mad Dogs and Englishmen.’
Oh, Coward! a Noël Coward musical review
8/25 - 9/18
Oh, Coward! a Noël Coward musical review
Oh, Coward! is a musical revue with songs and lyrics, all by Noël Coward, featuring three singers and a pianist. Songs include, ‘Poor Little Rich Girl,’ ‘A Room with a View,’ ‘The Stately Homes of England,’ ‘If Love Were All,’ ‘Why Do the Wrong People Travel,’ and ‘Mad Dogs and Englishmen.’
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Studio Three
8/25 - 9/18
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The Little Flower of East Orange
11/3 - 12/18

The 2016 Stephen Adly Guirgis Season concludes with the Midwest Premiere of The Little Flower of East Orange. When Therese Marie arrives in the emergency room of a small hospital in the Bronx, suffering from hypothermia and in shock, no one there knows her story. To the doctors and nurses, she is just another abandoned elderly woman who can’t even tell them her name. But Therese Marie’s dementia is not all that it seems. And when her prodigal son, Danny, returns to New York, Therese Marie must fight to maintain her dignity in light of her son’s insistence on confronting the ugly secrets of their past. In this unconventional family drama, Stephen Adly Guirgis gives us a mother and son who must face a long family legacy of abuse in order to find the true meaning of grace. Ensemble member and Goodman Theatre Artistic Associate, Steve Scott directs.

The Little Flower of East Orange
11/3 - 12/18
part of the 2016 Stephen Adly Guirgis Season
The Little Flower of East Orange

The 2016 Stephen Adly Guirgis Season concludes with the Midwest Premiere of The Little Flower of East Orange. When Therese Marie arrives in the emergency room of a small hospital in the Bronx, suffering from hypothermia and in shock, no one there knows her story. To the doctors and nurses, she is just another abandoned elderly woman who can’t even tell them her name. But Therese Marie’s dementia is not all that it seems. And when her prodigal son, Danny, returns to New York, Therese Marie must fight to maintain her dignity in light of her son’s insistence on confronting the ugly secrets of their past. In this unconventional family drama, Stephen Adly Guirgis gives us a mother and son who must face a long family legacy of abuse in order to find the true meaning of grace. Ensemble member and Goodman Theatre Artistic Associate, Steve Scott directs.

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Studio Three
11/3 - 12/18
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