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Stage 773
1225 W. Belmont Ave. Chicago, IL 60657
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Dine at Coopers across the street and park during the show for free. Get there 2 hours before your show and make a reservation.
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Cooper's restaurant and bar across the street is handy, and the food and beer are good and reasonably priced.
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"All My Love"
4 ratings
3.0 average rating
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23 events
4 reviews
12 stars
attended Apr 30 2009

I'm always a little wary when the author, lead actor and producer have the same name but sometimes I'm pleasantly surprised. This time I was not. Although there were a few outstanding performances, I found the script deeply flawed and one sided....continued

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4 reviews
3 stars
attended May 02 2009

As both a "polyamorist" and a theatre lover, I'm very glad to see polyamory being presented on stage. I thought a couple of the performances were quite stellar - in particular the actors portraying the "wild" twin, Lynn, and the teenager, PJ, and...continued

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1 review
0 stars
attended May 07 2009

Another excellent play by Tony Fiorentino! Wonderful writer and actor. The 3 of us thoroughly enjoyed the show and are looking forward to seeing what he comes up with next

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All My Love is an exploration of alternative “lovestyles” and a critique of Western society’s most cherished notions of monogamy, fidelity, and marriage. Ellen Fletcher, an award-winning sexologist and divorcée, decides to convert to “polyamory” in the wake of her marriage’s downfall, hoping to eschew the complications of another exclusive relationship. But when she becomes romantically involved with her divorce attorney, she finds that it’s not that easy to practice what you preach. As the doors of their relationship swing open, and her “primary” Jack begins to seek romantic opportunities of his own, Ellen finds herself threatened by the competition of a younger rival. Meanwhile her teenage daughters search for the meaning of love through the prism of their mother’s heterodox philosophy on relationships.