Venue Details

28 Star Starred
Ethel M. Barber Theater
30 Arts Circle Drive Evanston, IL 60208
847-491-7282
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Member Tips

Helen
Casual
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Helen
Walking distance from downtown Evanston.
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Helen
Park in the adjacent lot.
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Helen
Get there a few minutes early to take a walk along Lake Michigan and see the Chicago skyline.
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Sheila Fagen Greenfield
Fabulous parking, free and nearby
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Sheila Fagen Greenfield
We had a great dinner at Dave's Italian Kitchen in town and loved it.
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Reviews & Ratings

20 ratings
3.4 average rating
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27 reviews
30 stars
attended Jul 18 2010

It is a wonderful show. Great acting, staging, etc.
It is provocative (probably blesphemous to some) look at the story of flood and Noah from the perspective of those who had to perish. Very moving.

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1 review
1 stars
attended Jul 22 2010

I can't believe the negative reviews I'm reading on here. I thought the production was great! The cast was incredibly talented, the technical elements were the best... continued

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40 reviews
3 stars
attended Jul 25 2010

I really liked the music, and some of the singers would have stood out in the professional theater. They were great. The small orchestra was also very good. the story was... continued

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Website

http://www.NotWantedOnTheVoyage.com

Quotes & Highlights

Discover more about the creative team behind Not Wanted on the Voyage.

Description

Everyone’s got a little baggage…

Not Wanted on the Voyage is a provocative new musical about an ordinary family faced with extraordinary circumstances. Secrets lie just beneath the surface in this darkly funny, modern re-imagining of the Great Flood – the first time the world ended. Dynamic Broadway writers Neil Bartram and Brian Hill have teamed up with award-winning director Amanda Dehnert to create an epic production, complete with rain, fire, magic and a soaring, eclectic score.

The production is part of Northwestern University’s American Music Theatre Project (AMTP), which is committed to the development and production of new musicals by leading professional artists.