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Athenaeum Theatre Studio Three
2936 N. Southport Ave Chicago, IL 60657
773-935-6875
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Yes, they do have a memorial wall w/ photos & flowers, just like a real funeral, so if you are so inclined bring your own.
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there is street parking but w/ restrictions.
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"2014 Chicago Contemporary Circus Festival"
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Quotes & Highlights

Please see the Goldstar event listings for Chicago Contemporary Circus Festival at Links Hall and the Main Stage for information regarding additional festival performances.

Description

January 9 & 11-12, 2014: *Honeybuns Featuring Dean Evans

You must be at least 18 years old to attend.

*_Honeybuns_, a one-man show devised by Dean Evans, returns in this revamped edition that will simultaneously delight, disgust, and defy all attempts at description. Evans’ outlandish and charismatic creature will give you a wild night of visceral and hilarious physical comedy, peppered generously with audience interaction to create a terrific theatrical experience.

January 10-12, 2014: *_Running in Corduroy*_ *Featuring Brian P. Dailey *

With a sophisticated respect to time, space and object, Brian P. Dailey evokes feelings of curiosity and playfulness innate to human life. The beauty is that there is no spectacle—Dailey has mastered a performance where no fanfare is needed. You may find yourself surprised that something so simple can be so profound. In addition to dexterity in object manipulation, it is perhaps his unguarded sincerity that reels us in and holds our appeal. From the artfully comical to the poetically poignant, Dailey brings an authenticity to every performance that is true to the moment and refreshingly candid. A show that is modest in motive and pure in spirit, _Running in Corduroy _is helplessly unforgettable. “One of the most interesting jugglers in America” — Duncan Wall, author of The Ordinary Acrobat.