Venue Details

96 Star Starred
Greenhouse Theater Center
2257 N. Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL 60614
773-404-7336
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85 ratings
4.6 average rating
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7 reviews
18 stars
attended Aug 03 2014

I attended with my spouse. It was an amazing and brilliant performance.

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37 reviews
32 stars
attended Aug 02 2014

Tremendous effort, really well done! This one man show gives great insight into one of the most interesting men of recent time.

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68 reviews
491 stars
attended Aug 03 2014

A wonderful biographical piece, that was told by a gifted actor! It was an older Churchill reflecting upon the events and factors that shaped his life! I enjoyed the intimate facts that were woven into the play...The only small issue was my...continued

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Website

http://greenhousetheater.org/portfolio/churchill/

Quotes & Highlights

  • “It is a triumphant performance (expertly directed by Kurt Johns), capturing the essence of the man without mimicry of any kind. And the actor’s script, based on Churchill’s writings and Dr. James C. Humes’ teleplay ‘Winston Churchill,’ is superbly modulated to capture a multitude of moods and events, and the dramatic ups and downs of a long and remarkable life.”—Chicago Sun-Times (Highly Recommended)
  • “Keaton is blessed (and maybe occasionally cursed) with being eminently likable on stage. Thus his Churchill is neither gruff nor imposing, but human. And, in that way, great company for a couple of hours of straightforward summer theater.”—Chicago Tribune