Venue Details

48 Star Starred
Chopin Theatre Studio
1543 W. Division Ave. Chicago, IL 60622
773-278-1500
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Member Tips

dress

Casual
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travel

Take public transit
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Parking is scarce
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dining

Dine before you go
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Goldstar Member
Do not let the polish restaurant next door order your food as they like to pile it on your bill.
dining Sep 02 2013 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
The weather was a basement.. I wore jeans and a t-shirt..
dress Sep 17 2013 star this tip starred
Denise Gray
The weather was warm. I wore shirt and slacks. .
dress Oct 22 2013 star this tip starred
Denise Gray
Several great places to eat nearby.
dining Oct 22 2013 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

27 ratings
4.6 average rating
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278 events
27 reviews
30 stars
attended Aug 14 2013

I was saving myself to see Sean Graneys adaptation of 12 Nights (not easy - is there a secret center of power ordering 20 productions of the same play in Chicago each season). I was right, it was a great fun!

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More Information

Website

http://www.the-hypocrites.com/season.html

Description

Please be aware that this is a unique theatrical production where standing is part of the experience. There will be times when the audience might sit, but be prepared to stand for the 60-minute duration of the show.

About the Ticket Supplier: The Hypocrites

Their mission, which is ever-evolving to adapt to the growth of their organization, is to make a Theater of Honesty. They define a Theater of Honesty chiefly through two elements of their work: performance and presentation. In performance, their actors shall employ a genuine emotional vulnerability, rather than manufacturing a disconnected, intellectual version of emotion. In presentation, they shall acknowledge their presence in a theater and embrace high theatricality. Through this balance of an unyielding emotional honesty and accepting a concept of "play," they seek to strengthen the connection between artist and audience, enriching their audience's imaginative experience. Ultimately, they aim, perhaps somewhat naively, to spread understanding within society, thereby minimizing cruelty