Venue Details

54 Star Starred
Chemically Imbalanced Theater
1420 West Irving Park Road Chicago, IL 60613
773-865-7731
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Reviews & Ratings

18 ratings
2.8 average rating
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47 reviews
16 stars
attended May 02 2013

Several theaters serve alcohol (and allow drinks to be taken inside). This was a case of entering a bar, finding the box office (and restroom--90 minutes, no... continued

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83 reviews
3 stars
attended May 30 2013

The play was very funny, even if it was more on the silly side. The show was entertaining and provided me with a lot of laughs.

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4 reviews
12 stars
attended May 11 2013

Hugh disappointment. Cast tried their best but the material and timing were off. I was hoping for an evening of laughs but was sadly disappointed. My guest and I left... continued

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Website

http://www.cicomedy.com

Quotes & Highlights

Hear a WGN Radio interview about the show.
“Equal parts sharp self-awareness and broad buffoonery, it feels like something that could have been written yesterday — at least under Angie McMahon’s whip-smart direction … the show’s real strength is its unrelenting train of gags, and McMahon mainlines them with a wide bore. It’s a powerful combination of intentionally dumb material and eagle-eyed comedic execution.” —Chicago Reader (recommended)

Description

This show features a strobe light. The play contains strong language and sexual situations, but no nudity.

About the Ticket Supplier: Chemically Imbalanced Comedy

Chemically Imbalanced Comedy is a non profit theater which has been producing the best and brightest comedy in Chicago for years. The Chicago Tribune called their show "simple, funny, and perceptive."

The Chicago Arts and Entertainment Magazine said, "I was astounded by the intelligence of that improvisation."

The Chicago Reader said CIC was "tight and funny."

The Chicago Redeye named CIC "Best Bet."