Venue Details

54 Star Starred
Theater Wit
1229 West Belmont Chicago, IL 60640
773-975-8150
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Casual
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La Gondola, always dependendable and delicious. Even this Italian spot has gluten free pasta!
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Hi quality tea and coffee service at The Wit, and you can bring it in the theatre.
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Reviews & Ratings

40 ratings
4.4 average rating
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18 reviews
40 stars
attended Sep 01 2013

Very interesting show that keeps you thinking and wondering what really happened. Excellent cast. The lead was especially good
in her role as the supposed victim. Another good show from Stage Left at the ever convenient Theater Wit venue.

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8 reviews
7 stars
attended Sep 01 2013

The best show of the year! Excellent writing, acting and direction. Tension remained.. the play. A brilliant achievement! I hope to see it again!

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2 reviews
3 stars
attended Sep 01 2013

Very good, smart and thought provoking.

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More Information

Website

http://stagelefttheatre.com/

Description

Please note that this production contains explicit and disturbing material regarding sexual violence. Discretion is advised.

Stage Left offers a Symposium Series. Immediately following each Sunday matinee, you’re invited to stay for a discussion centered on a particular question raised by the performance. Admission to the Symposium Series is free, but it’s recommended that you’ve seen the production in order to fully appreciate and participate in the discussion.

About the Ticket Supplier: Stage Left Theatre

Founded in 1982, Stage Left Theatre is a non-profit organization whose mission is to develop and produce plays that raise debate and challenge perspectives on political and social issues. Over the past thirty-two years, Stage Left has produced over 120 mainstage, late-night, off-night, children’s and touring productions that have garnered critical accolades, as well as 46 nominations and 17 awards for excellence from the Joseph Jefferson Awards Committee.