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 Friday March 27, 2015 / 8:00pm.
Currently at The Public House Theatre
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The Home for Wayward Artists takes one of Shakespeare's most violent and gory plays and sets it… More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Pepper-JRed Velvet
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Absolutely hilarious! This wildly creative show made my face hurt for the better part of the performance. The actors were polished and the venue was intimate. The adult subject matter was geared for the yuppy scene and great for millennial groups celebrating birthdays, bachelor parties, etc.
Located close to Wrigley Field, Bye Bye Liver topped off a perfect day after a rare Cub's win!!
Quotes & Highlights
Read Goldstar reviews from previous performances.
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 older to drink and 21 or older to laugh at this show!
About the Ticket Supplier: The Pub Theater
The friendliest theatre in Chicago invites you to enjoy a show or two that “puts the efforts of Saturday Night Live to shame (Chicago SunTimes),” where “The modus operandi seems to be coming up with the sort of ideas that seem brilliant when you’re smashed at 2 a.m. and then…actually making them work. (The Examiner)” If you’re thirsty, take advantage of the excellent drink deals at the full bar, especially if you’re a fine whiskey or craft beer lover. With any show on any night of the week, it’s “impossible to not have a good time (TimeOut Chicago).”