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  Bye Bye Liver at The Public House Theatre

Bye Bye Liver

The Public House Theatre
3914 N. Clark Street Chicago

The Pub Theater Company performs a series of outrageous sketches centered on Chicago's favorite pastime: drinking. Bye Bye Liver is filled with interactive social games for the audience, pitting males versus females, actors versus audience and so on. Bar life and alcoholic adventures are held up for your amusement so you can laugh -- and drink -- your troubles away. With a spontaneous and interactive format, the outcome is always a fun and outrageous time for everyone, both audience and cast.

Open Run

Half Price Tickets

Fridays: 8:00pm & 10:00pm
Saturdays: 8:00pm & 10:00pm

Price: $18-$22

Show Type: Comedy

Box Office: 800-650-6449

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  Bye Bye Liver Reviews
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Windy City Times - Recommended

"...Even when the action spills into the room's farthest corners, the performers exercise impeccable control of their environment, so that the raucous revelry never descends into chaos. Running just a little over an hour, this brand of humor initially may seem geared exclusively to youngsters in the first blush of romance, but the inclusion of a Neil Diamond classic among the name-that-tune selections offers assurance that oldsters ready for some fun are welcome, too."

Mary Shen Barnidge

NewCity Chicago - Recommended

"...But when you get down to it, this is really just a solid hour of comedy that happens to be about booze. Still, that's a pretty big "happens to be." As winning as it is, without that hook it's doubtful that this show would still be running to sold-out audiences after seven years (and expanded into five other cities as well). That being said, "Bye Bye Liver" doesn't just coast on its history-this very funny ensemble works to sell every joke, truly explores and responds to the audience interactions and even drinks with the audience in the lobby after the show. That's dedication. Or alcoholism."
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