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Jedlicka Performing Arts Center
3801 South Central Avenue Cicero, IL 60804
708-656-8000
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Not terribly close to anywhere to eat or get drinks, so plan extra time to travel from another area.
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30 ratings
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73 events
42 reviews
12 stars
attended Sep 16 2012

The play was well done and the scenes were very clever. Some of the acting seemed a little forced, but overall, made for an enjoyable Sunday afternoon. We had front row seats through Goldstar which helped our 13 year old son keep his focus on this...continued

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1 review
0 stars
attended Sep 22 2012

We bought tickets because we'd not been to this venue. Parking was very easy (especially compared to venues in downtown and near north Chicago.) We were pleasantly surprised by the theater and seating. Although it was on a community college...continued

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4 reviews
7 stars
attended Sep 21 2012

Good performances. NIce, intimate setting. Took my teenage daughters, and they really enjoyed it. As one said, "old movies in 'real-people form' are pretty cool."

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Website

http://www.jpactheatre.com

About the Ticket Supplier: Jedlicka Performing Arts Center

The Jedlicka Performing Arts Center (at Morton College) is in its 32nd season of producing an affordable lineup of outstanding plays and musicals just outside the Chicago city limits. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Dante Orfei, JPAC provides a varied season of 3 plays and 3 musicals to over 6,000 patrons a year including over 300 subscribers. JPAC is committed to high production values and low prices and has become known for Chicago premieres of new and rarely produced work and for lavish productions of large-scale Broadway musicals under the auspices of a highly credentialed college faculty.