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Greenhouse Theater Center
2257 N. Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL 60614
773-404-7336
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Lyndalou
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We never could find the open gate to the parking garage mentioned on the website but there was plenty of free parking on Halsted, just south of Fullerton.
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Park for free at the parking garage across from the old children's memorial hospital. You pull in at a traffic light. Nice neighborhood, nice theater, restaurants are just a couple of doors down.
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attended Aug 24 2007

Some people were over acting, especially the female lead. The actor that played the Storyteller would randomly shout a lot when delivering his lines.

The story did not make a lot of sense. It wasn't that it was hard to follow, but more why...continued

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Description

Henry Tollman, a Darwinian scholar and pop culture neophyte, takes us on a comedic odyssey from Harvard to Hollywood and falls into the world of sex, drugs and television. Video, projections and a pop soundtrack animate this ensemble piece about a man, “who travels to a strange land, meets a strange person and ends up having his life dramatically changed, which leads…where it leads.”

About the Ticket Supplier: MOB Productions

MOB's productions present a local re-imagining of Pop culture. They tell stories that examine the ways in which pop culture affects the way we think and behave. They confront, challenge and celebrate our shared media culture. But they cant do that without, well, a mob of intelligent artistic people willing to actively engage in MOB productions. They'll provide the thought-provoking theatrical productions and the supplementary web forums and community events. You bring your passion and your brains. In short, they're building a culture and need you to make it pop.