Venue Details

97 Star Starred
Greenhouse Theater Center
2257 N. Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL 60614
773-404-7336
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33 ratings
4.6 average rating
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65 reviews
25 stars
attended Mar 07 2014

The historical background, the writing , the acting, and the entire experience was great. I hope that lots of people see it and enjoy it as much as we did.

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27 reviews
114 stars
attended Mar 07 2014

A great play, very interesting subject and superb, convincing actors. Mick Weber magnificent!!

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19 reviews
4 stars
attended Mar 08 2014

Fabulous, thought provoking theater. My husband and I talked about the ideas of this play all the way home. The story is well written and the acting is terrific. Highly recommended.

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Website

http://www.americanbluestheater.com/performances/season-28-legends-...

Quotes & Highlights

“Gorman’s dialogue crackles with humor and passion; she makes Douglas a great storyteller as well as a historian … Director Steve Scott is sensitive to the shifting emotions that run throughout the piece and guides the pacing with a deft touch.” – newcitystage.com

“Gorman deftly imagines a timeless moral and ethical struggle through a contemporary lens … By threading the drama with Graham’s fiery historic lectures, the script creates thought-provoking parallels and tension between the American past of the textbooks he teaches with Graham’s personal experiences — motifs the talented cast artfully grasps.” – Time Out Chicago