Venue Details

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Collaboraction in the Flat Iron Arts Building
Room 300 in the Flat Iron 1579 North Milwaukee Avenue Chicago, IL 60622
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The theater is on the 3rd floor so there is a climb if you don't want to take the elevator which is slow. The theater is air conditioned.
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Take public transportationif you can. We drove and parking was hard to find.
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Reviews & Ratings

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4.3 average rating
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attended Jul 11 2013

I mostly loved it. Certainly the performances were great! I found their chemistry believable and really rooted for the characters to get together. At times, it seemed like it was a bit rushed (costume changes, scene transitions seemed clumsy) but...continued

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attended Jul 19 2013

Rooms was a fun show with good music a great 4 piece rock band and two good leads who could sing well together. The story was just that, a romance and fun to watch.

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attended Jul 10 2013

The leads are terrific, the music is fun and the story is powerful. I saw the play while it was still in previews, so the following 2 glitches may already be corrected by now. First, there were times when a blinding spotlight was shone right...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“With its grungy-chic streets and blaring bar music, the Wicker Park vibe seemed in complete synch with the world of this hard-driving, emotion-filled musical … the impact of the show lies with its performers, and they are remarkable.” —Chicago Sun-Times (highly recommended)


This show is recommended for those age 13 or older.

July 21, 2013: Understudy Rachel Morgan plays the role of Monica.  

About the Ticket Supplier: Broken Nose Theatre

Broken Nose Theatre strives to create community, facilitate conversation, and cultivate empathy by sharing stories of universal issues, ideas, and experiences filtered through a personal lens. Keeping our heart in Chicago and our finger on the pulse of New York and beyond, we engage our city with both homegrown Chicago plays and electrifying Chicago premieres.