Venue Details

1 Star Starred
The Den Theatre - Main Stage
2nd Floor 1333 N Milwaukee Ave. Chicago, IL 60622
773-569-3454
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Just1backpack
Drinks available for purchase. Lots of restaurants near by.
Dead Accounts dining Oct 13 2014 star this tip starred
Leslie H.
Ate at Antique Taco after the Sunday 3pm performance. Delicious food. The line moved slowly, but the food came quickly when we were seated.
The Roper dining Mar 31 2014 star this tip starred
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2 reviews
8 stars
attended Mar 13 2014

Delightful! Would like to have seen more genuine chemistry between the actors but did not see the play fully realized... All things considered a marvelous and fun performance. Parking is challenging as are the stairs and seating for anyone...continued

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attended Mar 06 2014

2nd time seeing it. Still funny. The cast is locked on & gelling. Great thing to watch

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Website

http://www.tripnyc.org/4play.html

Quotes & Highlights

“endearing characters, honest and playful performances, and credible chemistry between everyone in the cast.” -Timeout Chicago
“The action, dialogue and staging are driven by the intersecting of societal and personal lines—between work and pleasure, gay and straight, science and sport and seduction, friendship and romance, art and life—and build impressively to a rewarding climax.” -NewCity Stage

About the Ticket Supplier: trip.

trip., founded in 1995, is a not-for-profit production company dedicated to reaching out to a new audience by producing original work that is vital, challenging and relevant.

trip. strives to consistently provide audiences with a unique, truthful and engaging experience through a commitment to the actor, particularly the actor as a part of the ensemble.

Equally dedicated to developing and nourishing a sense of community, trip seeks to bridge the gap between artist and audience. 

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