Celebrate Irish, Chicago History in Colorful Show Music Mad
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What seems like an innocent comedy about girlfriends takes an unexpected turn when it's discovered that there may be something darker than just chocolate in baker Caroline's desserts. Danger, frosting and manslaughter combine in a mad-capped tale of friendship, secrets and balls -- cake balls, that is -- written by and co-starring The Factory Theater casting director Stacie Barra. The female-driven comedy of Bridesmaids meets the mad science of Breaking Bad in this twisted tale of a baker, a blogger and something sinister hiding in a sugary confection. Learn More
You should have dinner there too! Irish music session during dinner, food good.Music Mad: How Chief O'Neill Saved the Soul of Ireland dining • Oct 14 2013 star this tip starred
Make a reservation for dinner after the show at Chief O'Neill's Pub. Very good food!Music Mad: How Chief O'Neill Saved the Soul of Ireland dining • Sep 23 2013 star this tip starred
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Had a enjoyable evening here, with dinner before in the bar area. The show is in the lovely dining room of Chief O'Neill's, with rows of chairs replacing the tables. A 4 piece band, dancer, and singers tell the story of Chief O'Neill and his work to notate the Irish songs he loved. This I knew about, but who knew he protected Emma Goldmann and was the first to promote a black policeman? If you want to see the feet of the step dancer, get there early and sit in the first two rows. Otherwise, any seat is good. A fine entertainment for the price of a movie.
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A good time was had by all. This is the very best of Irish theatre with notes of humour and sorrow expertly interwoven with the music, song, and dance that aligns to the very beating of our hearts as we come to know the story of a hero who was a...continued