Venue Details

88 Star Starred
Profiles Theatre
The Alley Stage & The Main Stage theater complex 4139 - 4147 N. Broadway Chicago, IL 60613
773-549-1815
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bcleal
Parking is scarce, take a cab or bus if you can
Hellcab travel Nov 12 2014 star this tip starred
WrigleyFielder
No food on site, just a few beer selections and warm Rex Goliath Cabernet and Yellow Tail Pinot Grigio to take into the theatre ($5) which a shame because there is a wine store across the street at Buena that has a good selection. I expect better than grocery store wine. Bleh. Lots of restaurants along Broadway south of the theatre which works great if taking the 36 CTA Broadway bus.
The Cryptogram dining Nov 10 2014 star this tip starred
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Reviews & Ratings

23 ratings
4.3 average rating
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30 events
9 reviews
12 stars
attended Sep 12 2013

Another amazing play here...had me clutching my pearls and frozen with tension.

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42 events
7 reviews
17 stars
attended Sep 28 2013

Very well-written and well-acted play! Highly recommend it.

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3 events
3 reviews
8 stars
attended Sep 27 2013

A bit thrown off by the small size of the theater but the intensity of the acting quickly draws you in. If you have an open mind for artistry you will enjoy the intimate atmosphere and over look the simplicity of the setting. All Things...continued

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Website

http://www.profilestheatre.org/box_office.html

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