In God's Hat: Acclaimed Off-Broadway Dark Thriller
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The last date listed for In God's Hat was Sunday October 13, 2013 / 7:00pm.
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Hellcab circles back to its beginnings as Paul Dillon, the original Cabbie from the 1992 world premiere, returns with a cast of 34 to star in this holiday comedy-drama at Profiles Theatre. In 1997, Dillon played the same role in the feature film version of Hellcab, leading a cast that included Julianne Moore, John Cusack, Gillian Anderson and John C. Reilly. Playwright Will Kern's landmark work follows a cab driver on the longest night of his life as he transports a bizarre and mysterious collection of customers through the gritty streets of Chicago. A former cab driver himself, Kern draws from personal experience to create this alternately frightening, hilarious and poignant journey. Profiles artistic director Darrell W. Cox returns to direct. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Chris0810
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As a fan of black, yes sometimes violent, comedies, In God's Hat hit all the right notes with me. The intimate theater setting sucks you in and plops you almost right on the stage. The awesome Darrell W Cox (my favorite local actor since A Behanding In Spokane) and John Victor Allen as an unhinged skinhead, disappear into their roles effortlessly. The audience flinched a couple times during the more intense moments but at the core of it, this story is about family love and devotion. It is moving, fast-paced, hilarious and kinda creepy, all done with first rate direction by Joe Jahraus. Can't wait to see it again!
Quotes & Highlights
- “Highly Recommended! … a play made up of bruises and scars and shotgunned beers and bloody knives" -- Centerstage Chicago
- “… adrenaline-charged twists … dizzying, overwhelming, and absolutely satisfying!” -- Time Out Chicago
- “… two of Chicago's top actors -- Talkin' Broadway
- “... an explosive and emotional tale of family loyalty and hatred ... you will get sucked into the high powered story and find yourself forgetting to breathe at times!” -- Chicago Theatre Review