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Profiles Theatre
The Alley Stage & The Main Stage theater complex 4139 - 4147 N. Broadway Chicago, IL 60613
773-549-1815
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bcleal
Parking is scarce, take a cab or bus if you can
Hellcab travel Nov 12 2014 star this tip starred
WrigleyFielder
No food on site, just a few beer selections and warm Rex Goliath Cabernet and Yellow Tail Pinot Grigio to take into the theatre ($5) which a shame because there is a wine store across the street at Buena that has a good selection. I expect better than grocery store wine. Bleh. Lots of restaurants along Broadway south of the theatre which works great if taking the 36 CTA Broadway bus.
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attended Jun 26 2008

This play was very funny - also had an interesting plot. The crowd was small but laughed loud! My husband doesn't care for theater, but really enjoyed this performance. I would reccommend this to anyone.

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Description

In the world of Rag and Bone, hearts are bought and sold for people who can’t feel enough. The play begins when George steals the heart of a poet. The play then follows the poet with no heart; a hooker with a heart of gold; T-Bone, her pimp who feels too much; and the millionaire, who eventually receives the poet’s heart and sees a whole different world. Jeff and George have recently lost their mother…but they put her heart into George’s body, and all of a sudden he’s wearing a dress, drinking martinis and cooking pot roasts.

This production marks the Chicago premiere.

By Noah Haidle.

Directed by Scott Allen Luke

About the Ticket Supplier: Rubicon Theatre Project

Rubicon: a limit that when passed or exceeded permits no return and typically results in irrevocable commitment. With this definition in mind, Rubicon Theatre Project is fully committed to telling the stories of the people whose voices often go unheard with an emphasis on new and original works.