Victorian Drama Miss Marx: Or the Involuntary Side Effect of Living
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The last date listed for Miss Marx: Or the Involuntary Side Effect of Living was Saturday April 5, 2014 / 8:00pm.
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Strawdog Theatre Company presents The Arsonists, written by popular British comedy writer Alistair Beaton. This elegant, witty translation of Max Frisch's 1958 absurdist comedy, The Firebugs, is part moral fable and part black farce. Mild-mannered Mr. Biederman, a respected member of the community, tries to live a blameless life, refusing to acknowledge evil of any kind. The facade comes crashing down around him, though, when he allows two smooth-talking arsonists to move in. Inspired by the Communist takeover of Czechoslovakia in 1948, this absurdist parable satirizes the way in which people can be manipulated into accommodating their own destruction. Learn More
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About the Ticket Supplier: Strawdog Theatre CompanyFrom fresh takes on the classics and kitchen-sink dramas to inventive world premieres, Strawdog Theatre Co. is committed to presenting great stories. They tell these stories to provoke the important questions and excite the imagination of their audiences. And they use their amazing, intimate space to fully immerse people into the unique worlds that they create for each one of their productions.
Founded in 1988, the Strawdog ensemble has consistently produced shows built on authentic human connections, and their comfortable 70-seat home in Lakeview is perfect for offering their audience a quintessential Chicago storefront theatre experience.