26 Miles, Mother-Daughter Drama by Tony Nominee Quiara Alegria Hudes (In the Heights)
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The entertainment phenomenon known as the Blue Man Group is better than ever in this updated show featuring all-new material. You'll find the famous blue bald guys interacting with "GiPads," taking a humorous look at contemporary forms of communication, and performing a pulsating new finale set to an original music score. Audiences worldwide have experienced and loved this wildly imaginative, family friendly stage show that cleverly combines comedy, art and science with fabulous visual effects and Grammy-nominated music. Learn More
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This was the first performance I have attended at Chicago Dramatists and in addition to enjoying the play, I loved the space. This is a small theatre but the seating is tiered, comfortable, and there are no bad seats in the house.
I found metered street parking less than 1/4 block away and since I was early, I stopped for a quick drink at D'Agostino's Pizzeria. The Silver Palm is less than a half block from the theatre and would be a great place to go for dinner before a performance.
The play "26 Miles" was great. The mother/daughter road trip reminded me of travels with my own daughter and the way secrets are slowly revealed during long periods in a confined space.
Quotes & Highlights
- “<em>26 Miles</em> kicks off Teatro Vista’s 20th anniversary celebration and it’s a worthy addition to their eclectic and challenging repertoire." --CafeMagazine.com
An '83 Buick Regal may be an unlikely place to find out what family really means, but when Beatriz and her estranged daughter head west on a spontaneous cross–country road trip, neither is prepared for what lies ahead. 26 Miles reminds us that sometimes all it takes to find yourself is the power of family … and a herd of buffalo.