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137 Star Starred
Greenhouse Theater Center
2257 N. Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL 60614
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4.1 / 5 Rated by 19 members
Review from Andrea L

Set was ambiguous, year was ambiguous, acting was ambiguous. Rose had a costume malfunction in her first scene...those straps need to be pulled up on the halter, and the back does also. She is meant to be wearing a flattering dress, and it was...continued

reviewed Nov 08 2007 report as inappropriate
Review from Rick

Extremely well written play. The performances were also good.

reviewed Nov 30 2007 report as inappropriate
Review from itstime2

Very emotional - in Pearl Cleage fashion, it leaves a lot for you to ponder.

reviewed Dec 07 2007 report as inappropriate
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The 2007 Pearl Cleage season concludes with a revival of Bourbon at the Border. This explosive piece follows the lives of two ordinary people who joined hundreds of other Americans for a massive voter registration drive in Mississippi in the summer of 1964. White supremacists, outraged at the challenge to their segregated way of life, responded with violence that left three civil rights workers dead and many wounded. Years later, the couple is still searching for a way back from the personal damage that was done during that long-ago “Freedom Summer.”

By Pearl Cleage

Directed by guest artist Ron OJ Parson

Featuring Joslyn Jones, Lynette Mance, J.J. McCormick and Alfred Wilson

Cavalia: <em>Odysseo</em> Chicago's Best St. Patrick's Day Bar Crawl in River North St. Patrick's Day Morning Party St. Patrick's Day Party at Clark Street Ale House Bernadette Peters & the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra Historic Theatre Tour