The Catholic Repertory: Doubt and Agnes of God
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The last date listed for Doubt and Agnes of God was Sunday November 4, 2012 / 2:00pm (Doubt).
Currently at American Theater Company:
- Full Price:
- $35.00 - $40.00
- Our Price:
- $17.50 - $20.00
This annual recreation of a 1940s radio broadcast of It's a Wonderful Life has become a Chicago holiday tradition. And after 12 years, that tradition just got better. This year, under the first-time direction of PJ Paparelli, the show will include new Foley sound effects and vintage 1940s-style commercial breaks. Adapted from the classic Jimmy Stewart-Donna Reed film, It's a Wonderful Life takes us back to Bedford Falls, where down-on-his-luck do-gooder George Bailey meets an angel who shows him the heartwarming truth about the crucial effect he has on the lives of those around him. To bring the show to life, American Theater Company transforms its intimate space into an actual 1940s radio studio, where actors will take to the microphones in period wardrobe and perform for both the (fictional) listening public and the (real) live audience. Bring the kids and capture the true holiday spirit. Free milk and cookies are served after every performance. Learn More
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Featured review from Kath
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AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We saw Doubt, and the acting was excellent and compelling!!! The venue was comfortable and welcoming...The set was simple,authentic,and well done! After seeing the movie, it was incredible to get the same strong sense of the story told only by four very talented actors!!! Don't miss out on this GEM!!! ENJOY!!!
About the Ticket Supplier: American Theater Company
American Theater Company is an ensemble of artists committed to producing new and classic American stories that ask the question: "What does it mean to be an American?" ATC provide a truly intimate home for the community to experience meaningful stories. ATC fosters a nurturing environment for artists to take risks and create essential work.