Venue Details

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Pegasus Players Theater/Beacon Street Hull House
at Hull House Uptown Center 4520 N. Beacon St Chicago, IL 60640
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Limited, but reasonably priced and can be consumed in the theater (but not during the play)
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Arrive 30 minutes early to ensure lot parking availability.
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attended May 23 2013

I really enjoyed this show. The performances were really impressive. The actors seamlessly played their roles. The intimate theater was the perfect venue for this show and its subject matter. I was able to lock eyes with the actors, at times, and...continued

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19 reviews
1 stars
attended May 26 2013

The performances by the two actors were strong, however the story was a bit confusing and this audience member had a bit of difficulty differentiating between characters and time considerations as they were switched throughout the production.

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14 reviews
1 stars
attended May 16 2013

Kudos to the actors for their stamina and for their utter commitment to the piece. I also found the flesh-colored set interesting, at times suggesting a volcano and at others human anatomy (a versatility that serves the play's alternating motifs...continued

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About the Ticket Supplier: Pegasus Players

Pegasus Players is a not-for-profit theatre company located in Chicago's Uptown area, one of the city's most ethnically diverse neighborhoods. Our mission is two-fold: to produce the highest quality artistic work and to provide exemplary theater, entertainment, and arts education at no charge to people who have little or no access to the arts.