Venue Details

20 Star Starred
The Public House Theatre
3914 North Clark Street Chicago, IL 60613
800-650-6449
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Yackzies just down the street with good food and drinks!
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3.3 average rating
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6 events
3 reviews
6 stars
attended May 24 2014

Funny! Nerdy! If you are a fan of the cubs and of The Lord of the Rings, you will enjoy this ridiculously funny play! Black box theater, bar, minimal set/costumes, and props. Actors create in our imaginations the settings as they act out this...continued

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11 reviews
0 stars
attended May 25 2014

Nice venue with free parking in Wrigleyville. Who knew? Talented cast with great enthusiasm. Source material was a bit drifty, but the energy of the professional cast was impressive. Great value and good fun. Bravo to Kevin Reader in particular....continued

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8 reviews
15 stars
attended Jun 21 2014

Lord of the Wrigley was great! I was expecting a little more Tolkein but they incorporated all kinds of other nerd references into the story as well. The theater was a great intimate and comfortable size, and I love the Public Houses's layout. As...continued

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http://pubhousetheatre.com/show/the-lord-of-the-wrigley/2014-05-23/

About the Ticket Supplier: The Pub Theater

The friendliest theatre in Chicago invites you to enjoy a show or two that “puts the efforts of Saturday Night Live to shame (Chicago SunTimes),” where “The modus operandi seems to be coming up with the sort of ideas that seem brilliant when you’re smashed at 2 a.m. and then…actually making them work. (The Examiner)” If you’re thirsty, take advantage of the excellent drink deals at the full bar, especially if you’re a fine whiskey or craft beer lover. With any show on any night of the week, it’s “impossible to not have a good time (TimeOut Chicago).”