Venue Details

20 Star Starred
Athenaeum Theatre Studio Three
2936 N. Southport Ave Chicago, IL 60657
773-935-6875
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Several places to eat, ranging from walk-in to reservation might be needed.
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There's a parking lot right south of the building - $2.00 per hour for a total of $4.00. But if you drive in from Ashland on Wellington, which is one way east, you might find street parking by the church just north of the building. We did.
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4.7 average rating
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Rob
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25 reviews
6 stars
attended Jan 20 2013

First and foremost, let me say that the acting in this production was outstanding, especially by the the actors who played Jamie, Ste, and Leah. I wouldn't be surprised if all three move on to bigger and better things in the future and they...continued

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13 reviews
2 stars
attended Jan 20 2013

The play has some very nice moments.

Michelle McKenzie-Voigt and Charlie Wein are especially good in it.

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5 reviews
2 stars
attended Feb 03 2013

Solid performances by each member of the cast.

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Description

PFP ensemble members Michelle McKenzie-Voigt (Sandra) and Patrick Rybarczyk (Tony) are joined in the cast by Robert Hilliard (Jamie) and Charlie Wein (Ste) making his Chicago debut. Kiah McKirnan, a student at Lincoln Park High School, makes her professional debut as Leah.

Jonathan Harvey (Playwright) comes from Liverpool and now lives in London. His plays include The Cherry Blossom Tree (Liverpool Playhouse Studio, 1987) which won him the 1987 National Girobank Young Writer of the Year Award; Mohair, Wildfire, and__ Beautiful Thing__, winner of the John Whiting Award 1994; Babies, winner of the George Devine Award 1993 and Evening Standard’s Most Promising Playwright Award 1994; Boom Bang-A-Bang, and__ Rupert Street Lonely Hearts Club__.  Jonathan is currently working on several projects including a new television series and a musical with the Pet Shop Boys.