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23 Star Starred
Chicago Dramatists Theatre
at the three-way intersection of Chicago, Milwaukee and Ogden 1105 W. Chicago Ave. Chicago, IL 60622
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95 reviews
31 stars
Avoid D'Augustino's pizza. It is right around the corner but service was terrible. After waiting 50 minutes for our food, it had not arrived and the server was clueless. We left without eating but did make it to the play on time.
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The weather was super cold. I wore hoddie and jacket with jeans .
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"26 Miles"
12 ratings
4.3 average rating
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17 events
3 reviews
13 stars
attended Oct 19 2010

This was the first performance I have attended at Chicago Dramatists and in addition to enjoying the play, I loved the space. This is a small theatre but the seating is tiered, comfortable, and there are no bad seats in the house.

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22 reviews
42 stars
attended Oct 28 2010

Stunning exploration of a multi-layered mother-daughter relationship. The deep connections and ties that bind, in spite of their external differences. Incredibly powerful dialogue and beautifully nuanced performances. Both humorous and...continued

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16 reviews
6 stars
attended Oct 23 2010

Thought the play was great. There was a few slow spots but overall it made you feel a wide range of emotions and the actors are superb!!

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Quotes & Highlights

26 Miles kicks off Teatro Vista’s 20th anniversary celebration and it’s a worthy addition to their eclectic and challenging repertoire." —


An ’83 Buick Regal may be an unlikely place to find out what family really means, but when Beatriz and her estranged daughter head west on a spontaneous cross–country road trip, neither is prepared for what lies ahead. 26 Miles reminds us that sometimes all it takes to find yourself is the power of family … and a herd of buffalo.