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Apollo Theater Thirsty!
The show combines improvised scenes, original songs and lots of booze. The cast is comprised of the finest veterans of the Chicago improv and comedy scene, with experience at iO, Second City, ComedySportz and the Annoyance Theater.
Thrones! The Musical Parody  
Apollo Theater Thrones! The Musical Parody
A send-up of HBO's phenomenally successful "Game of Thrones," "Thrones! The Musical Parody" asks audiences: Will Tyrion's accent ever improve? Can Jon Snow possibly know more than nothing? Just how red can the Red Wedding get? With Game of Thrones plot twists through Season 6 (read: spoilers), audiences can expect dashing men battling White Walkers, ravishing women riding fire-breathing dragons, and the infamous Walk of Shame-all set to a catchy, original score.
Tommy Gun's Garage  
Tommy Gun's Garage Tommy Gun's Garage
The restaurant-cabaret presents a Roaring 20s-themed musical comedy revue in a speakeasy seting, with dining and drinking integrated into the show.
Tony 'n Tina's Wedding  
Chicago Theatre Works Tony 'n Tina's Wedding
Presented by the original New York producers, in conjunction with Chicago Theater Works, comes the return of one of Chicago's longest-running, smash hit shows, Tony 'n Tina's Wedding -- and everyone's invited! You and the other audience members are treated like family at this interactive improvisational comedy. The fun starts with the happy couple's wedding ceremony inside a real church (Resurrection Church), followed by the all-inclusive reception just one block away at Vinnie Black's Coliseum, featuring a full Italian dinner, wedding cake, champagne toast, dancing to great music and lots of love and laughs. As part of the audience, you're considered a wedding guest and are allowed to mix, mingle and interact with all of the participants. You never know what drama you might get swept up in with this crazy Italian family! The improvisational nature of the show lets you go multiple times and see different stories play out each time.Tony 'n' Tina's Wedding will reopen in November 2009
Two Sharp Knives, Women, Politics, and Murder  
Clock Productions at Pride Arts Center - The Buena Two Sharp Knives, Women, Politics, and Murder
Scout Anderson is the Chief of Police in a quiet, midwest town. She may be young, but she's got a sharp mind and a steady hand. When a mysterious stranger comes to town, Scout's simple world becomes dangerously complicated. With the Defense Attorney breathing down her neck and a rag tag team of police behind her, she soon uncovers the sinister truth. Later, Scout's circumstances have changed and she attempts to separate the truth from the lies to solve the murder of a prominent business woman. As she sinks deeper into a case rife with jealousy, corruption and scandal, Scout must use all her wits to overcome her most challenging mystery yet.
Vanya (Or, 'That's Life!')  
Rasaka Theatre Company at Edge Theatre Vanya (Or, 'That's Life!')
Anton Chekhov's Uncle Vanya continues to be one of the greatest and continually relevant of plays - concerned with family relationships, broken hearts, and the rampant disappointment of midlife crisis. In this hilarious and sharp reinvention, there is great providence in the shattering of a teacup, time moves backwards, and our bored, sad Chekhovian friends have a tendency to lapse into singing American Indie folk tunes. What could be more Russian? Or American?
The Weir  
Irish Theatre of Chicago at The Den Theatre The Weir
An enigmatic young woman from Dublin finds herself the center of attention at a local pub. Pints in hand, the local barflies recount ghostly yarns of the supernatural to impress and entertain her, but it is the visitor herself who relates the most unsettling story of all. McPherson wrote the hauntingly beautiful and humorous play The Weir at the age of 26, winning the Olivier Award for Best New Play, and the Evening Standard Award for Most Promising Playwright.
What of the Night?  
Chicago's Cor Theater and Stage Left Theatre at Theater Wit What of the Night?
A finalist for the 1990 Pulitzer Prize, What of the Night? interweaves four one-acts that follow an extended family whose lives are intricately intertwined even as they try to escape the ties that bind them. When Birdie, a just-married 14-year-old leaves her impoverished home to seek a better life, she unwittingly sets in motion a sprawling epic spanning time and geography. Her daughter Rainbow finds love. Her son Charlie finds solace in loyalty. Her son Ray finds the trappings of success. For each, survival and the preservation of loved ones is the name of the game. Though their yearnings are briefly rewarded, Fornes's lyrical play lays bare the difference between the hunger of the soul and the hunger of the ego.
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.
Rivendell Theatre Winter
Winter by nationally acclaimed Utah playwright Julie Jensen is an alluring world premiere about one of the most controversial topics in America. Co-directed by RTE members Megan Carney and Mark Ulrich, Winter tells the story of Annis, a retired professor and poet, who is on a road she knows too well. She is slowly losing herself to dementia seeks to end her life on her own terms at a time when she can still recognize herself. Her husband and she have always had a pact to go off together, when the time is right. But he has his work to finish and is not ready. When her sons come home for Thanksgiving, one of them decides something must be done. Inspired by by distinguished author and University of Utah professor Margaret Pabst Battin's story, Robeck, Julie Jensen's Winter is a searing, compassionate, and often very funny examination of the end of life-and the unconventional path one woman takes to get there.
The Cuckoo's Theater Project at Flat Iron Arts Building Women
If Louisa May Alcott's Little Women were to be examined through the lens of HBO's Girls, the view would resemble Women, a fresh, contemporary spin on the timeless tale of Jo March and her sisters. Cuckoo Theater Project presents this new comedy at Collaboraction Pentagon Theater, which finds Jo looking to execute on her vision of being a voice of her generation in 1800s New England.

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