Venue Details

57 Star Starred
Chemically Imbalanced Theater
1420 West Irving Park Road Chicago, IL 60613
773-865-7731
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Judy Hargrett
The weather was chilly.... I wore a sweater and jeans!.
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4.2 average rating
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13 reviews
16 stars
attended Oct 25 2012

Super fun night out! I've never seen the movie but I thoroughly enjoyed the send-up of bad horror movies in general! Acting was fully committed and hilarious. Only runs about an hour and there's a full bar at the theatre, so settle in & enjoy-be...continued

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JillC
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13 reviews
0 stars
attended Oct 31 2012

My boyfriend and I both thought it was horrible. So much loud screaming in a small theatre space, and pointedly not funny. We realize this was a live action rendition of a bad horror movie, but it was just plain difficult to sit through. I felt...continued

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3 reviews
1 stars
attended Oct 18 2012

Gra-a-a-a-anpa, are you there? Zany, quirky, funny, and clever! We didn't know what to expect but having never seen the original movie left us open-minded and free of preconceptions. The performance goes by fast and was funny enough the first...continued

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Website

http://www.cicomedy.com

Description

Adapted by Angie McMahon & Cynthia Shur

Directed by Angie McMahon

Featuring:

Todd Burgett

Mark Henderson

Chris Jacobs

David Jennings

Peter Robards

Janice Rumschlag

Bryan Bowden

Damian White

Mary Lorenz

Kate Parker

Nathan Cotter

Leslie Nesbit

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."