Chicago playwright Chris Hodak and freelance director Jaclynn Jutting collaborate in this slice-of-life snapshot about an overburdened woman who’s faced with the task of caring for her elderly mother. Through humor, compassion, and engaging characters, The Iroquois explores the dilemma of relocating parents with deteriorating health to nursing homes.
What began as a ten minute play in Chicago Dramatists’ Natural Disasters has gown into a production worthy of placing as a semi-finalist at the 2013 O’Neill National Playwrights Conference. What an evolution! Raven Theatre is ecstatic about this fully staged workshop being a part of its [Working Title] New Play Development Series. With such a successful piece, the theatre hopes to continue providing its company with the opportunity to nurture new plays while offering an incomparable laboratory space for playwrights, directors, and actors to experiment with and showcase their work.
Tickets for this event can be purchased by calling 773.338.2177 or by visiting the Raven Theatre official website.
Quality entertainment for a price that does’t wreck your wallet is a bit of a hunt sometimes. Good thing The Goodman has come to save the day with awesome discounts!
Ask Aunt Susan is one of the theatre’s current productions about a twenty-something man who moonlights as an online advice columnist. As time continues, the writer begins to gain a sizable amount of web-wide fame. However, with it, he must cope with an ever growing web of deceit.
To see this “cutting satire” from playwright Seth Bockley, purchase your discounted tickets with the code SUSAN to receive $10 off main floor seats! Plus, with a group of 10 patrons or more, you can receive a reduction of 10 to 50 percent off regular ticket prices.
Additional group perks include:
- One complimentary ticket per 50 purchased
- No handling fees on tickets
- Recommendations on area restaurants and hotels
- Post-show discussions after every Wednesday and Thursday evening performance in the Albert Theatre (extension dates not included)
- Prompt service
- Easy payment plans
What a deal, right?! The production will run through June 22 in the Owen Theatre, so book your seats before its too late!
Shakespeare wants YOU to apply for a fall internship! The Chicago Shakespeare Theater needs interns for this fall from September – December. If you are currently enrolled at a university, are a recent graduate, or are a early-career professional, you are encouraged to apply!
The deadline for applications is July 1 — only a couple of weeks away! So brush up on your Hamlet, Macbeth, or what-have-you. Shakespeare is in need of interns and he wants you to help bring his classic plays to life! Click here for more information about this opportunity!