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Greenhouse Theater Center
2257 N. Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL 60614
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10 stars
The weather was cold. I wore Jeans and a sweater .
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17 stars
Free parking at the old Children's Hospital lot for 5 hours-yes,please!
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17 reviews
24 stars
attended Dec 10 2009

I've seen all the Theater 7 shows and this one was my favorite. Such a great and orginal story with great acting.

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11 reviews
10 stars
attended Dec 17 2009

My family and I enjoyed the production very much and thought the acting was great and the set was specific to the era. The story line was layered and kept all of us engaged throughout the show.

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2 stars
attended Dec 04 2009

Cooperstown is one of the best production I have ever had the privilege to see. The acting was amazing, the story was exceptional. I recommend that you take the time, and see this masterpiece. The talent in that room was unbelievable, I look...continued

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Jeff Recommended


By Brian Golden

Directed by Brian Stojak

It is the summer of 1962, and Jackie Robinson is about to be the first black player inducted to the Baseball Hall of Fame. That doesn’t mean much to Junior Murphy, a black diner employee who can’t get a promotion, and whose little sister has her own history-making plans for the weekend. When a Midwest minor-leaguer comes to town chasing his idol, the collision of race, love and baseball turns a sleepy New York town upside down.

About the Ticket Supplier: Theatre Seven of Chicago

Founded in 2007, Theatre Seven of Chicago's mission is to transform the way Chicagoans engage with their city and to become the premiere center for the creation, development and showcase of theatrically-based Chicago stories. The company has earned nominations for four Jeff Awards, two Black Theatre Alliance Awards and won the 2012 League of Chicago Theatres' Emerging Theatre Award. The company's noted world premieres include The Chicago Landmark Project, We Live Here and Diversey Harbor. Theatre Seven company also hosts a robust menu of auxiliary programming, including a free monthly reading series, Shikaakwa, featuring new looks at Chicago plays and one of the best post-show discussions in town.