Venue Details

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Victory Gardens Zacek McVay Theater
Formerly the Victory Gardens Biograph Theater 2433 North Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL 60614
773-871-3000
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Casual
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Parked 2 blocks away on the street
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We ate 2 blocks away before the performance
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Anita Banoff
Parked on
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Anita Banoff
Parked on Fullerton around the corner for $1.75 at a meter
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MaryBeth Smith
Nice little Thai Bowl restaurant on Lincoln across street from theater was good.
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Reviews & Ratings

27 ratings
3.9 average rating
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Andrea L
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92 reviews
3 stars
attended Feb 02 2013

Excellent acting, set, direction. The conclusion was a bit confusing.

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58 reviews
24 stars
attended Feb 03 2013

The acting was wonderful and it is not a story that you have seen before! The actors and director and produces all came out for the talk back which made it even more interesting. Great cast all with Indian backgrounds which made it more authentic!

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39 reviews
6 stars
attended Jan 29 2013

The title has multiple meanings. Very funny for the first hour or so, then it starts to slide gradually into darkness. I think the script might benefit from a few... continued

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More Information

Website

http://www.victorygardens.org/onstage/disconnect.php

Quotes & Highlights

“A play that has sharp things to say about subjects varying from Indian racism to American consumerism. … It’s intelligent, punchy and pointed.” —The Times (UK)
“Surging with its own comic resilience, the play is a minor marvel.” —The Independent
Read a review of The Royal Court’s production of Disconnect in The Telegraph.

Description

Written by Anupama Chandrasekhar

Directed by Ann Filmer