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The Veil  
Idle Muse Theatre Company at Edge Theatre The Veil
With her family facing financial ruin as the Irish rural way of life comes to an end, Hannah's impending marriage to a British lord will settle her mother's debts and save the estate. Catastrophe strikes, however, when a defrocked reverend pushes her to embrace the strange voices that have haunted her since birth. Against the backdrop of Ireland's troubled colonial history, The Veil is a transfixing, mystical story about the search for love and the circularity of time - and the ghosts that are woken by scarcity and the fear of dispossession.
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf: The Good Parts  
The Public House Theatre Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf: The Good Parts
A biting dark comedy and gut-wrenching psychological portrait of the breakdown of a marriage, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? sees one of theater's most notoriously dysfunctional couples draw a younger pair into their bitter, twisted games. Featuring razor-sharp dialogue, Albee's equally hilarious and harrowing masterpiece become a classic film starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. In Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf: The Good Parts, Ryan Kenney -- who knows classic cinema backwards, forwards and upside-down -- brings the screen adaptation of Albee's most famous work back to the stage at the Public House Theatre in Chicago. Filling an hour with the very best parts, he'll make you laugh, cry ... and maybe even learn something.
The Winner...of Our Discontent  
Second City The Winner...of Our Discontent
The Winner...of Our Discontent asks if it's broken, should we fix it? No matter the answer, this cast will have you cracking up and splitting your sides. The country's premier sketch comedy troupe delivers a post-election shot in the arm that'll heal you with big laughs. So whether you voted for the Right, the Left, or the wrong (Independent), you'll love watching The Second City pick up the pieces in a comedy that shows our differences are what makes America truly great.

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