Venue Details

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Profiles Theatre
4139-4147 N. Broadway Chicago, IL 60613
773-549-1815
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43 events
26 reviews
4 stars
Michael's Pizza is just a block away and there's a Thai restaurant across the street.
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43 events
26 reviews
4 stars
Take public transit. The Sheridan stop on the Red Line is only a 5 minute walk to the theater, and parking in that area is not fun.
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Reviews & Ratings

"After"
76 ratings
4.6 average rating
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83 events
39 reviews
6 stars
attended Sep 02 2012

The play was excellant in showing how people were affected and their lives are changed due to different challenges. How each person dealt with the events in life for them.

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2 reviews
5 stars
attended Aug 31 2012

Outstanding drama...powerfully written and all roles were very well acted.

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1 review
0 stars
attended Sep 01 2012

a compelling beautifully acted 90 minutes. it is NOT a downer as its subject suggests. Just went for the "deal" initially, and would pay thrice for that ticket.

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Quotes & Highlights

“Chad Beckim’s moving, thoughtful, strongly acted, 90-minute drama is now in its Midwest premiere at Profiles Theatre under the finely tuned direction of Matt Hawkins. Salome Martinez is so believable and compelling, Stephanie Park is fascinating and funny and Gabriel Ruiz is subtle and charming…" -Chicago Sun-Times (highly recommended)
“This ninety-minute pressure cooker is sure to move audiences. Director Matt Hawkins’ cast appears to have spent a lot of time with these characters, resulting in a strong sense of emotional authenticity.” -New City
“Chad Beckham’s play After is a well researched, fascinating, carefully crafted piece of theater and he masterfully weaves in and out of this emotional pathos as we are introduced to characters that test Monty’s resolve.” —Showbiz Chicago