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112 Star Starred
Greenhouse Theater Center
2257 N. Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL 60614
773-404-7336
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Lyndalou
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1 stars
We never could find the open gate to the parking garage mentioned on the website but there was plenty of free parking on Halsted, just south of Fullerton.
Churchill
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3 stars
Park for free at the parking garage across from the old children's memorial hospital. You pull in at a traffic light. Nice neighborhood, nice theater, restaurants are just a couple of doors down.
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27 reviews
19 stars
attended Nov 12 2010

Acting was very disappointing - I expected more from this theater as I had always been favorably impressed in the past. General impression of the play - talk talk talk and not much to it. I would skip this one. Go see K instead.

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Quotes & Highlights

“Could not be more timely in its look at both the media and politics.”   —_Chicago Sun-Times _
“So good that it could be transplanted to Broadway exactly as is” —Wall Street Journal 
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Description

Written by Tom Stoppard

Directed by James Bohnen

Featuring artistic associates Greg Matthew Anderson, David Darlow, Shawn Douglass, and Linda Gillum

Co-mingling romance and politics, Stoppard’s 1978 play raises always-timely questions about the ever-evolving role of journalism in the world.

“If you’ve got a free press everything is correctable, and without it,  everything is concealable.” —Night and Day