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Miss Holmes  
Lifeline Theatre Miss Holmes
Miss Sherlock Holmes, possessor of one of the greatest deductive minds of her generation, finds herself regularly incarcerated for behaviors deemed abnormal in a "respectable" lady. Miss Dorothy Watson struggles to make a difference at the only hospital in England that will hire female doctors. These unconventional women, trapped in an era that refuses to accept them, must forge a bond of trust and work together to uncover the secrets surrounding a corrupt police investigator whose wives have a habit of turning up dead. A thrilling murder mystery that re-introduces familiar characters from the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle under a brand new light, in a world premiere production.
Rasaka Theatre Company and Vitalist Theatre Company at Victory Gardens Theater - Biograph Multitudes
When hate trumps love, everyone is a loser. In an all too possible future where the Right Wing controls the US presidency and Brexit reigns in the United Kingdom, England is in turmoil as one of its most multicultural cities awaits a visit from the Prime Minister, and one family clashes over their own internal conflicts of faith, belonging, and who gets to call themselves British.
Theater Wit Naperville
That idyllic suburb is none other than west suburban Naperville, where Howard is considering abandoning his career in Seattle to move back home to care for his mother Candice after an accident has left her blind. At the Caribou Coffee in downtown Naperville, Howard and Candice cross paths with Anne, Howard's high school classmate and an expert on the suburb's founder, Captain Joseph Naper.
Nerds After Dark  
Clown Car to Sicily at Stage 773 Nerds After Dark
Clown Car to Sicily presents "Nerds After Dark", a musical sketch comedy revue, showing you that nerds are cool, nerds are mysterious, and nerds!
Nightmares On Lincoln Ave 8: The Faculty's Disturbing Craft  
Cornservatory Nightmares On Lincoln Ave 8: The Faculty's Disturbing Craft
This Halloween season, Corn Productions pays the ultimate homage to classic 90's high school horror films with their frightening premiere of Nightmares On Lincoln Ave 8: The Faculty's Disturbing Craft. A horror parody tribute to such iconic films as The Faculty, Disturbing Behavior and of course The Craft, Corn Productions takes you back to school in their 8th installment of their long-running Halloween tradition. And Corn is BYOB, so you can totally drink during class!
Jackalope Theatre Company at Broadway Armory Octagon
After Wall Street and Tahrir Square, after ISIS and the NSA, after Ferguson and Eric Garner: here come the poets. In a downtown poetry slam with a place on the team to be won, eight young poets prepare to do battle. But backstage it's all kicking off with love triangles, families to feed and wounds to rip open. And in the end, is it about winning - or finding the words that need to be said?
Saint Sebastian Players at St. Bonaventure Church Oliver!
Bringing Charles Dickens' novel to life, this Tony Award winner takes audiences on a wild adventure through Victorian England. Young orphaned Oliver Twist navigates London's underworld of theft and violence, searching for a home, a family and, most important, love. When a boy named the Artful Dodger picks up Oliver on the street, he brings him to join a gang of child pickpockets, led by the conniving but charismatic Fagin. When Oliver is falsely accused of a theft he didn't commit, a kind and wealthy gentleman rescues him, to the dismay of Fagin's violent sidekick, Bill Sikes. Caught in the middle is the warmhearted Nancy, who is trapped under Bill's thumb, but desperate to help Oliver. The show features such spirited, timeless songs as "As Long as He Needs Me," "Food, Glorious Food" and "Where is Love."
Ouija: A Haunted History  
Annoyance Theatre Ouija: A Haunted History
With a veteran cast of Chicago performers Ouija: A Haunted History offers an often humorous insight into actual historical characters and events surrounding the inception of a household name. Find out how the Ouija Board became the most popular tool for reaching out to the great beyond.
The People's Choice  
Genesis Theatrical Productions at Redtwist Theatre The People's Choice
A political satire about presidential politics, the play has been reworked by the playwright to reflect the current political season including a singing, dancing nominee with a remarkable head of hair.
The People's History of the United States  
Quest Ensemble Theatre at The Blue Theater The People's History of the United States
This production explores pivotal moments in U.S. history that have defined a people. Through powerful imagery, large-scale puppetry, and an original musical score as well as music from the rich American canon,The People's History of the United States moves through a series of poetic vignettes to acknowledge the past and the hope for our future. Expanded from its original 2008 version to include an original musical score and new scenes depicting events of the past eight years.
Pirandello's Henry IV  
Remy Bumppo Theatre at The Greenhouse Theater Center Pirandello's Henry IV
An Italian nobleman falls from his horse at a costume party and suddenly believes he is German Emperor Henry IV. While at first they play along, his friends decide that 20 years is long enough to indulge his regal fantasy, and they seek the help of a renowned psychiatrist to shock him back to reality. Re-imagined by Tom Stoppard, Pirandello's Henry IV is a gripping spiral of revelations that illuminates the distorted line between madness and sanity.
Psmith, Journalist  
City Lit Theater Psmith, Journalist
City Lit returns to the work of one of its favorite authors, this time with Terry McCabe's original adaptation of Wodehouse's 1915 novel about Psmith, a Cambridge University student who takes over a small newspaper while on summer vacation in New York City. Soon the sleepy weekly has shifted its editorial focus from household tips to exposes of slumlords and promotion of boxers. Psmith, who added the silent "P" to his surname to distinguish himself from other Smiths, is one of Wodehouse's most beloved characters, appearing in four novels. Something of a dandy, he wears a monocle, is an articulate and witty speaker and has an amazing ability to escape unharmed from the most outrageous adventures.
Pure Elegance: An Evening of Southern-Style Comedy for Non-Southern People  
The Public House Theatre Pure Elegance: An Evening of Southern-Style Comedy for Non-Southern People
Justin Hamby and Jimmy Wilson are proud to call the South home. But sometimes, they feel a little disconnected from their roots. In order to bridge the cultural divides they feel, they've created a show: "Pure Elegance: An Evening of Southern-Style Comedy for Non-Southern People." This new sketch comedy show features two Sons of the South as they reckon with the realities of rural life. With music!
A Red Line Runs Through It  
Second City A Red Line Runs Through It
A Red Line Runs Through It rides the rails of Chicago in order to answer life's tough questions. How does the past sculpt the future? Are we all guided by anger? In this ever-changing landscape of nostalgia and uncertainty sometimes we need a brunch with friends to sort it all out. Who will snap first? No one knows what tomorrow will bring and the only thing that is certain is that this train keeps moving. This diverse cast of comedians will take you on their own ride exploring the new mother blues, black girl magic, and salacious local news. This non-stop locomotive launches from north to south along a transit line of pure comic bliss.
Red Velvet  
Raven Theatre Red Velvet
The backstage story of African-American actor Ira Aldridge and how in 1833 he became the first black actor to perform on a London stage. The action is set at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden after Edmund Kean, the greatest actor of his generation, has collapsed on stage while playing Othello. Aldridge has been asked to take over the role, but as the public riots in the streets over the abolition of slavery, how will the cast, critics and audience react to the revolution taking place in the theatre?
Pride Films And Plays at Rivendell Theatre Resolution
New Years' Eve, New York City, 1892. High-society husband and wife Jack and Hannah make their resolutions for the coming year -- but when their maid discovers the happy couple's long-held secret, their lives may never be the same. Resolution is a vintage queer thriller for the modern era.
The Room  
A Red Orchid Theatre The Room
By turns terrifying, moving and wildly funny, The Room is Pinter's very first play. Rose prefers to stay in, safe from the hostile world outside, but her seemingly cozy sanctuary is continually being invaded. With visits from the landlord, a couple in search of their own space, a stranger and the return of her husband, it becomes increasingly unclear whether the menace comes from within or without. The Room is a precarious examination of private fears vs. social fears, as seen through the lens of the working class.

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