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Nightmares on Lincoln Ave Se7en: I SAW What You Did Last Summer  
Cornservatory Nightmares on Lincoln Ave Se7en: I SAW What You Did Last Summer
In this hilarious and creepy incarnation, five eccentric strangers with a common secret awaken in an unknown warehouse and must work together to escape before time runs out. Little do they know they're at the mercy of Jean Wilder, a villain who fancies himself after Willy Wonka, who has ensnared them to choose one as a sacrifice to save the world from impending doom. With elements of such horror classics as "Saw," "I Know What You Did Last Summer," "Se7en," and "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory," this clever, hysterical, frightening, and thought-provoking romp nods at horror clichés before throwing them out the window. And of course we are BYOB…as always.
No Beast So Fierce  
Oracle Productions at Storefront Theater No Beast So Fierce
A 90 minute adaptation of Shakespeare's Richard III in which the titular character is a woman fighting for power in a male-dominated arena.
October Sky  
Marriott Theatre In Lincolnshire October Sky
It was 1957, and Sputnik lit up the October sky over the small Appalachian mining town of Coalwood, West Virginia. Homer Hickam, the teenage son of a coal miner, is determined not to end up like generations before him. Inspired by the world's race to space, Homer and his buddies begin to light up the starry skies with their homemade rockets and dreams of glory. This rich and emotional story is for anyone who ever dreamed of something better and reached for the stars.
Paramount Theatre Oklahoma!
Set in the turn of the century Oklahoma Territory, tensions are mounting between the local farmers and cowboys over the use of land. In the midst of it all, is the rugged cowboy Curly, who's fallen for the strong-headed farm girl, Laurey. Despite their fiery spirits and at times tumultuous relationship, the two are destined to start a new life together in the soon-to-be state called Oklahoma!
One Brain More: A Zombie Les Misical  
MCL Chicago One Brain More: A Zombie Les Misical
If you believe Russell Crowe's performance killed Les Miserables, rejoice because Les Mis is back ... (if still, um, dead). One Brain More: A Zombie Les Misical, a re-animated musical parody, stumbles into MCL Chicago, slack-jawed, glassy-eyed and ready to entertain. It's the year 2023 and the zombie apocalypse has ravaged Chicago. A former lawyer, John Von Jovi, has been bitten and eaten several humans when he is saved from the evangelical zombie hunter Chesthair by a sympathetic priest. Von Jovi then vows to redeem his life by adopting the daughter of a down-on-her-luck prostitute amidst a human/zombie revolution. Michael Shepherd Jordan directs.
Ordinary People  
Citadel Theatre Company Ordinary People
Ordinary People tells the story of a Lake Forest High School student, Conrad Jarrett (Matt Ronzani). Conrad had an older brother named Buck, and now Buck is gone. What's left of young Conrad's family, with his successful, well-intentioned father (Jeff Gamlin) and his beautiful, organized and remote mother (Julie Stevens), is in terrible jeopardy, as is Conrad himself. They are all "ordinary people" and each is fighting a hard battle.
The Outfit  
Piccolo Theatre The Outfit
In this modern fairy tale noir, comically tragic Nora lives in a world of shadows, with a lecherous landlord, the world's worst boss, and a pack of co-workers straight out of Mean Girls. She meets Marco, the son of a butcher and a budding clothing designer who changes her life with a remarkable outfit. Her newfound confidence leads to new conflict as Nora learns about fame, love, and what it means to be true to herself when power dressing is taken too far. Narrated by Marco's three crazy Italian aunts, The Outfit will touch your heart and make you smile.
Peter and the Starcatcher  
Drury Lane- Oakbrook Peter and the Starcatcher
The five-time Tony-winning show that The New York Times called "the most exhilarating storytelling on Broadway in decades," Peter and the Starcatcher is the swashbuckling prequel to Peter Pan. Inventive stagecraft and an imaginative story come together to reveal the origins of "the boy who wouldn't grow up" in this madcap music-filled adventure, in which a cast of 12 portrays more than a hundred characters. Join them on an action-packed journey that brings pirates, orphans and secret agents of the Queen together on the high seas. Based on the bestselling novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, and written by Rick Elice (Jersey Boys), this regional premiere at Drury Lane Theatre weaves an enchanting coming-of-age tale that's bound to appeal to your entire crew.
The Price  
TimeLine Theatre Company The Price
In a New York brownstone marked for demolition, two estranged brothers meet to sort through and sell their late father's belongings-a pile of relics and old furniture buried by a lifetime's worth of family baggage. Acclaimed as "one of the most engrossing and entertaining plays that Miller has ever written" (The New York Times), THE PRICE is a poignant, intimate, and often heart-wrenching look at the ways we are liberated or trapped by those we love.
The Producers  
Stage 773 The Producers
Mel Brooks' outrageous Tony-winning musical comedy The Producers tells the story of broke Broadway producer Max Bialystock and his accountant, Leo Bloom. Desperate for cash, these two schemers hatch a plan to produce a musical that's sure to be a failure so they can cut and run with the unspent production money. But when their "big flop" turns out to be a huge hit, they're in trouble. Based on the classic 1968 film, and featuring a show-within-a-show -- the hilariously tasteless Springtime for Hitler -- The Producers skewers the over-the-top absurdities of musical theater while delivering a heartfelt tale of the true friendship that develops between two would-be con artists. Catch this Nightblue Performing Arts Company production of the classic comedy at Stage 773 in Chicago.
The Revel  
The House Theatre of Chicago at Chopin Theatre The Revel
Daddy died, the coal ran out, and the town went bust. His son's new factory promises riches but when Deacon rolls in preaching salvation through song, spirit, and moonshine all the workers hightail it up the mountain. Foot-stomping, heart-shaping mountain music fills the air. But what happens when the search for light and love leads to fire and brimstone?
Ride the Cyclone  
Chicago Shakespeare Theater Ride the Cyclone
This fall marks the Chicago debut of Ride the Cyclone, a new musical with a refreshingly offbeat twist. Part comedy, part tragedy -- and wholly unexpected -- this wildly imaginative story delivers surprises at every turn. The lives of six teenagers from a Canadian chamber choir are cut short in a freak accident aboard a roller coaster. A mechanical fortune-teller invites each one to tell his or her story of a life interrupted, offering them all the chance to come to terms with their fates. At once quirky and smart, edgy and beautiful, Ride the Cyclone ultimately reveals the resilience of the human spirit in spite of senseless tragedy. This inventive musical from Jacob Richmond and Brooke Maxwell hits the upstairs stage at Chicago Shakespeare Theater.
Ring Of Fire: The Music Of Johnny Cash  
Mercury Theater Ring Of Fire: The Music Of Johnny Cash
The musical revue RING OF FIRE: THE MUSIC OF JOHNNY CASH guides audiences on a journey through Cash's career, from the cotton fields of Arkansas to the Grand Ole Opry. The show was created by Richard Maltby, Jr., conceived by William Meade, with orchestrations by Steven Bishop and Jeff Lisenby. This version is a re-imagining of the original Broadway production; more intimate, but with a full musical soundscape.
Scream, Queen, Scream!  
Hell in a Handbag Productions at Mary's Attic Scream, Queen, Scream!
Join the twisted ensemble at Hell in a Handbag Productions in a twisted trio of tales featuring ravenous monsters, Ed Jones as Maggie and Agnes Marlowe, identical but deadly twins in a Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte/Strait Jacket mashup, and an evil bitch from hell known simply as 'Betty' in an even campier tribute to the already campy The Crate from the classic '80s film, Creepshow.
The Seagull  
Eclectic Full Contact Theatre at Athenaeum Theatre The Seagull
What could happen on vacation in the countryside? You'll meet an intertwined ensemble of friends and relations as they escape the responsibilities of city life-and reveal their inner desires and frustrations. Funny and tragic, this is a classic of modern theatre by an acknowledged master. Honored with eight fully mounted Broadway productions: more than any other play in history.
The Second City's 104th Revue  
Second City The Second City's 104th Revue
Jeff Award-Winning Director Ryan Bernier is back along with returning ensemble members Chelsea Devantez, Paul Jurewicz and Daniel Strauss and new cast members Rashawn Nadine Scott, Sarah Shook and Jamison Webb. Jacob Shuda returns as Music Director and Craig Taylor is back for his 36th Revue as Stage Manager for The Second City Mainstage.
MCL Chicago Self-Starters
No matter how hard they try, best friends John and Grant just can't seem to land post-college jobs. So they've decided to start their own business: Self-Starters, the only professional resume-forging company on the market. The service helps employment-challenged folks beef up their employment history and get phony references -- and all for a low, low fee! Presented by MCL Chicago, Self-Starters is a musical comedy that dismantles the myth that the world will give you the job you deserve. But more than that, it's about friendship and creating your own future when life won't give you any entry-level opportunities.

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