Venue Details

33 Star Starred
City Lit Theater
2nd Floor of Edgewater Presbyterian Church 1020 W Bryn Mawr Ave. Chicago, IL 60660
773-293-3682
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Member Tips

Yelena
That Little Mexican Cafe (http://cafemexican.com/) was open after the show and had good drinks.
info Mar 23 2009 star this tip starred
Yelena
Casual
info Mar 23 2009 star this tip starred
MaryBeth Smith
Jeans are fine
info Mar 23 2009 star this tip starred
MaryBeth Smith
Valet available at Francesca's which is right across the street
info Mar 23 2009 star this tip starred
MaryBeth Smith
Had dinner at Little Indian - very good Indian food & BYOB
info Mar 23 2009 star this tip starred
MaryBeth Smith
Little India is just 2 blocks west of the theater
info Mar 23 2009 star this tip starred
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Reviews & Ratings

20 ratings
4.3 average rating
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2 events
1 review
0 stars
attended Apr 11 2009

Very, very good show. I already sent two couples to
see it.

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27 reviews
19 stars
attended Mar 21 2009

Well acted and entertaining.

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Goldstar Member
33 events
5 reviews
1 stars
attended Mar 21 2009

Nothing written by Noel Coward has ever been bad. Witty, well played, delightful commedy, one of the best shows we have seen in a while. Highly recommended.

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Description

 

The production features Don Bender and associate artistic director Cameron Feagin in the lead roles, and is directed by artistic director Terry McCabe.

About the Ticket Supplier: City Lit Theater Company

City Lit was founded in 1979 and incorporated in 1980 by Arnold Aprill, David Dillon, and Lorell Wyatt. At the time it was the only theatre in the nation devoted to stage adaptations of literary material, a form that has since become quite popular. Over 30 seasons, City Lit has explored fiction, non-fiction, poetry, biography, essays, and drama in performance, and presented a wide array of voices, from classic writers such as Henry James, Edith Wharton, Oliver Goldsmith, Mark Twain, Colette, and P. G. Wodehouse to such contemporary writers as Alice Walker, W.P. Kinsella, Lynda Barry, Raymond Carver, Edward Albee and Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. As an Illinois not-for-profit corporation and a 501(c)3 federal tax-exempt organization, it keeps its ticket prices below the actual cost of operation and production, and depends on the support of those who share its belief in the beauty and power of the spoken written word.