They Died Where They Lied: Black Comedy From Land of the Midnight Sun
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A rotating cast of talented women celebrates their lack of domestic skills with So My Christmas Tree is Still Up, an entertaining evening combining comedy, storytelling, music and more. Laura Hugg and Leslie Lee, dubbed "The Queen Bee of Comedy," host this all-female revue, which also may include performances by Andrea Schwartz, Anne Purkey and Poppy Fields. Lee is known for her adults-only parodies of popular songs, while Hugg is a Chicago stand-up comic who's performed at Zanies and elsewhere. Learn More
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Featured review from Bob Armstrong
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Didn't get much out of it. There was a general intent I noticed for the play to model its storyline after Waiting For Godot, although mercifully this play manages to get through both "acts" in about an hour and a half without intermission. Viewers will depend a lot on explanation given in theatre program, that this or that character symbolizes this or that and the two principal characters represent the Nordic identity, something like that. The meanings are apparently political, whereas most English-language audiences will probably be tuned into looking for Shakespearean or classical icons. As entertainment it's tiring that the husband-wife couple at the story's center don't like each other much and bicker consistently throughout the evening. I must admit that most of the audience was laughing fairly often, if not exactly guffawing. Stylized set of a forest preserve campground was attractive, colorful and fun to see.
Please be advised that They Died Where They Lied contains adult subjects and language.