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102 Star Starred
Greenhouse Theater Center
2257 N. Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL 60614
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Children's Memorial has moved downtown and their parking lot is open and free--but not sure how long that will last.
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The weather was chilly, and the theater was cold.. I wore my parka through the first act; second act warmed up..
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56 reviews
6 stars
attended Apr 02 2011

I guess Albee is crazy. My wife and I both enjoyed the play. Dialog is fantastic. Remy Bumppo's regulars were very good. Small setting worked great. Be prepared for profanity and, lets call it a frank discussion about alternative sex.

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1 stars
attended Apr 01 2011

This is one of my all-time favorite plays and I regret to say that I was extremely disappointed with this particular production. All of the actors were OVERactors and although this piece is dramatic, everything should flow and evolve naturally-...continued

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27 reviews
114 stars
attended Apr 08 2011

My husband and I liked the play very much, it's strange, deep, and hilarious - the audience however found it more hilarious than it really was..there was laughter at inappropriate times, which was bothersome.
I think most people though...continued

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Martin is the envy of men, enjoying a hugely successful career, fulfilling marriage and well-adjusted teen-age son. But just after his 50th birthday, he boils over, confessing a love affair that confounds him and shocks his family. Unwilling to give up, his wife Stevie drags every detail onto the living room floor. 

As their world shatters, the family presses on, battling for the Martin they love. From the acclaimed author of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, this 2002 Tony Award-Winning Best Play asks where love places the limits of forgiveness. Albee’s razor wit tears open taboos and brings laughs and levity to this intimate drama.

Directed by James Bohnen

Featuring Artistic Associates Annabel Armour and Nick Sandys