Venue Details

48 Star Starred
Chopin Theatre Studio
1543 W. Division Ave. Chicago, IL 60622
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Dinner before the show at Takito Kitchen would be a great choice. Bonus for those of us who are gluten free - the entire menu, except the masa crackers, is gluten free.
dining Apr 07 2014 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

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4.6 average rating
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3 reviews
0 stars
attended Mar 16 2014

What an awesome play. I absolutely loved it and it gave me a better understanding of what our heroes ... today's men and women serving in the military ... our feeling when they return from their deployments. God bless our men and women in uniform!

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15 reviews
1 stars
attended Mar 12 2014

I really enjoyed this show. Acting was wonderful and the story sharp. The set background was unique and effective. See it!

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8 reviews
9 stars
attended Apr 04 2014

I have been going to the Chopin Theater for years and I never knew it had a great theater space in the basement. I thought Ithaka was a very powerful and moving play. ... continued

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This show is recommended for those age 15 or older.

“Breathtaking design enhances this raw, heartbreaking tale.” —Chicago Theater Beat

" … the audience was riveted by the fast pace, the movement into and out of the past, and dream sequences made real by video projections. … a powerful performance [by Meredith Rae Lyons]" —Chicago Splash

“ … director Mitch Golob’s solid production for InFusion Theater … delivers a punch.  … video designer Liviu Pasare’s work is technically excellent and artistically thrilling.” —Chicago Stage Standard

About the Ticket Supplier: InFusion Theatre Company

InFusion Theatre Company's mission is to seek out new plays and organically "infuse" them with other elements of entertainment such as music, dance, and film. They strive to create dynamic performances by combining different forms of entertainment that will result in both exciting and thought-provoking work. They focus on giving voice to new works, as well as looking at older works in a new way.