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114 Star Starred
Pheasant Run Resort
4051 E. Main Street St. Charles, IL 60174
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"Over the Tavern"
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17 reviews
18 stars
attended Mar 27 2010

Even though I did not go to Catholic grade school (though I did go to catechism classes), I have friends and relatives who did, and could identify with Rudy's doubts. (I did make my communion and confirmation).

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attended Feb 27 2010

It has been a long time since I have seen my husband laugh so hard. Parts were very funny and others were very touching. And I went to a catholic school so I could totally relate! We had a very enjoyable and memorable time.

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“Absolutely enchanting…a little bit of heaven.” —Chicago Tribune


It’s 1959 in Buffalo, New York – Elvis, drive-ins, and The Honeymooners made life fun and simple. Not for the Pazinski household though! Polish-Catholics Chet and Ellen live above their tavern with their four teenagers, each questioning family values in their own mischievous ways. And when wise-cracking 12-year-old Rudy questions the Roman Catholic Church to ruler-cracking Sister Clarissa before his confirmation, the outcome is a hilarious yet touching comedy that would even make the Cleavers at a loss for good advice!

Rating: PG, some mild adult language.

About the Ticket Supplier: Pheasant Run Resort

Pheasant Run Resort & Spa is acclaimed throughout Chicago and the Midwest for its entertainment. Experience the Chicago theater scene in their new Mainstage and Studio theaters with award-winning productions from Noble Fool Theatricals. Laugh yourself silly at Zanies Comedy Club. Enjoy live music, entertainment and shopping on their own version of Bourbon Street.