Bye Bye Liver: The Chicago Drinking Play from The Pub Theater
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The last date listed for Bye Bye Liver: The Chicago Drinking Play was Saturday November 30, 2013 / 10:00pm.
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Janie and Kevin are spending their first Christmas together -- but it's anyone's guess if they'll make to New Year's Eve as a couple. Experiencing each other¹s traditions for the first time is going to be challenging, especially considering their traditions range from heading downtown to the Christkindlmarket to traveling to the first Christmas in Jerusalem to visiting SantaCo in the North Pole. It might take all of the spirit of Christmas -- and maybe even John McClane -- to save them. Learn More
Not to be confused with Public House on State St. The venue kind of sneaks up on you and isn't lit up in a way that makes it stand out. Parking was really easy for the 8pm show. It was free street parking right in front of the venue. The entry is in the building just to the right of the one marked Public House Theater.info • Oct 14 2013 star this tip starred
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We all have that one friend who is never ever allowed to go near liquor again. Or maybe it’s the girl who has one martini too many and just can’t shut up about her ex-boyfriend. Perhaps it’s that horrible moment when you realize you have to break the seal right now … but the line for the bathroom hasn’t moved in half an hour. Whatever it is, we’ve all been there, and it’s all spoofed right here in Bye Bye Liver.
You must be 21 or over to drink and 21 or over to laugh at this show!
About the Ticket Supplier: The Pub Theater
Pub Theater Company (PTC) is a relative newcomer to the famous Chicago comedy scene. However, in three short years, PTC has managed to carve out a significant portion of the Chicago comedy market, surpassing most veteran theaters by using a mix of well-crafted shows, relentless and intelligent marketing, surprising business savvy, and careful attention to their customers and market. Much of this attention has been devoted to PTC's flagship show, Bye Bye Liver, now in its third year.