Venue Details

12 Star Starred
Chicago Dramatists Theatre
at the three-way intersection of Chicago, Milwaukee and Ogden 1105 W. Chicago Ave. Chicago, IL 60622
312-633-0630
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Barb
Avoid D'Augustino's pizza. It is right around the corner but service was terrible. After waiting 50 minutes for our food, it had not arrived and the server was clueless. We left without eating but did make it to the play on time.
At the Center dining Oct 31 2014 star this tip starred
K-Dawg
The weather was super cold. I wore hoddie and jacket with jeans .
Blacula: Young, Black and Undead dress Nov 26 2013 star this tip starred
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39 events
20 reviews
1 stars
attended Jun 20 2013

Good Play, excellent acting, but think it is closing this weekend.

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16 reviews
21 stars
attended Jun 09 2013

First time we have been to this theater--I thought the acting was good. It was sad to me that the reason I purchased the tickets is because my husband served in Vietnam & thoTo ught finally someone possibly could understand how these young boy...continued

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http://www.chicagodramatists.org/homecoming-1972

About the Ticket Supplier: Chicago Dramatists

Chicago Dramatists is a professional theatre, dedicated to the development and advancement of playwrights and new plays. The primary goal is to discover, develop and promote the new plays and playwrights that will contribute to the established theatre repertoire, and enrich the lives of future theatre audiences. The organization provides both beginning and established playwrights opportunities to expand their professional affiliations, showcase their work to the theatre marketplace, and collaborate with actors, directors, dramaturgs and audiences during the creative process. From first draft to final product, writers are exposed to audience responses to their work, critiques and support from peer playwrights, and administrative and artistic leadership from Chicago Dramatists' staff.