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97 Star Starred
Greenhouse Theater Center
2257 N. Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL 60614
773-404-7336
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233 events
47 reviews
6 stars
attended Oct 25 2009

What a delightful show! Kathleen Puls-Andrade writes her own material and then performs it. She is truly multi-talented. Great acting, wonderful singing! One performer, with a multimedia screen and lighting and sound effects, presents the...continued

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28 reviews
3 stars
attended Sep 30 2009

A very sweet, funny & poignant tale of Kathy's first hand experience with infertility. She does a great job describing her journey through the entire process. Men will like this too! Not just for women... Many smiles and laughs with a few...continued

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12 events
12 reviews
5 stars
attended Jun 06 2010

Kathleen does a great job on describing the infertility roller coaster with laughs and tears. Her Q&A at the end helped wrap up questions regarding her journey.

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Description

This original show takes you on a roller coaster ride through the fertility fray with differing doctors, “supportive” friends who declare “you’d get pregnant if you weren’t so fat!”, adventures in the “special man room,” and so much more. Through entertaining characters, animation by Andrew Eninger, interviews with men and women ages 35 to 85, and funny, inventive music by the talented singer/songwriter Marshall Stern, the show promises to make the audience laugh while giving them perspective on the whole conception conundrum. This universally appealing show will make both men and women laugh, gasp, and think. A discussion will follow each performance.