Neil Simon's First Comedy Come Blow Your Horn
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The last date listed for Come Blow Your Horn was Sunday August 3, 2014 / 3:00pm.
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Redneck misbehavior runs rampant in these two cleverly intertwined one-acts about life in small-town… More
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The acting was alright, but the play itself carried the acting and the script being so funny made it a lot of fun.
The venue is very attractively decorated - there is a beautiful bar where you get complimentary nuts, M & M's, cookies, wine and water. The owner of the playhouse (he actually rents the space). and producer of the play was very friendly and told us how they came to be in their location. All in all it was a very lovely evening and we had a good time.
The Goldstar experience, as in the past, was very positive and we had no trouble at all with the tickets. In addition there was free parking right next door in a public lot only a few steps from the theatre. Very good.
I definitely would recommend this place, especially this play, which we enjoyed very much.
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Great comedy performance by the whole cast. In addition, this theater gives you free treats: homemade cookies, quality cocktain mixed nuts, and M&M's! Wine can be purchased. So unusual! Parking is nearby in a small lot, and on-street as well, so...continued
About the Ticket Supplier: Oil Lamp Theater
Oil Lamp Theater was originally founded in February 2005 as a by-invitation-only theater group. The Theater was dedicated to the preservation of a traditional theater experience in unique and original venues. Keith Gerth staged 20 productions for up to 35 friends and guests each night in his home, a condo in Lakeview. The name of the company comes from Keith’s childhood, where due to the rural nature of his hometown, they lost power often and used oil lamps to light the house. This brought the family closer and created a beautiful soft and intimate glow. In March 2012, Oil Lamp Theater was incorporated as a not-for-profit theater and has established its new location in downtown Glenview. Our new venue provides seating for 60 guests.