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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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27 reviews
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attended Jun 07 2012

What a blend of stories of two(2) women from different continents and the journey they experience after learning they had been infected with the HIV virus. Acting was great!! Bring your daughters, grandaughters, nieces, friends. Worth seeing and...continued

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3 stars
attended Jun 07 2012

unique blend of so many stories 'in the continuum' of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. highly recommend for teen audience to explore tough conversations that are still tough to have- but are a growing part of our reality.

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5 reviews
1 stars
attended May 27 2012

The actresses and directing in this play were great. The play was both funny and moving, sometimes at the same time. I would highly recommend that everyone go and see this play.

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Website

http://pegasusplayers.org/cms/

Quotes & Highlights

“Moving, spirited and surprisingly funny, the play is anything but bleak, as its subject matter might seem to imply.”  —The New York Times

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.