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Greenhouse Theater Center
2257 N. Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL 60614
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Visit the Red Lion - an architectural gem, a terrific bar and English style menu, with a decor that will inspire interesting conversation - and if you have trouble hearing, in the Red Lion, you'll actually be able to hear your conversation!
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"From White Plains"
34 ratings
4.6 average rating
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Henk Green Red Velvet
456 events
91 reviews
14 stars
attended Jan 30 2014

What a great experience! The acting was spot on and the staging was so well done. Each of the four characters in the play were so well developed that you saw their sides of the story with out the actors throwing their perspectives at you. Nothing...

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Squishy Red Velvet
51 events
32 reviews
4 stars
attended Feb 21 2014

Fabulous. Intense. Fast paced and deep.
Frustrated by the characters who couldn't go on with their lives and only lived in the memories of the past, but realized that is how some people choose to live.
Who are we to judge.... to be ones to...

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51 reviews
0 stars
attended Feb 16 2014

I loved this show. 4 amazing performances and a very compelling subject. It's 24 hours later and I'm still thinking about it and asking myself questions. I highly recommend "From White Plains"!

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Quotes & Highlights

“…a very smart play, about very smart people, asking very smart questions on a topic too often reduced to simplistic melodrama or hijacked in the service of other, extraneous, agendas. He does it all in 90 minutes, too.”  — Mary Shen Barnidge, Windy City Times
“An emotionally compelling, ethically confounding ride. Director Spenser Davis coaxes grounded, nuanced performances in this swiftly paced Broken Nose Theatre production…the final confrontation between Dennis and the bully is a doozy.”  — Justin Hayford, Chicago Reader