Venue Details

24 Star Starred
Apollo Theater Studio
2540 N. Lincoln Ave. Chicago, IL 60614
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3.3 / 5 Rated by 6 members
Review from THudson
32 events 11 reviews

The acting was great, but the play left much to be desired. I didn't find it to be too creepy or disturbing, though I can see how some may say that. The other issue is that the people that work at the box office LITERALLY couldn't tell me how to...continued

reviewed Oct 14 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Sheri Stone
9 events 1 review

Saw the show last weekend. For a small venue the space was utilized in very interesting ways creating a complex multidimensional stage. I was drawn in by the monologues while attempting to unravel the mysteries of the characters lives and...continued

reviewed Oct 02 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from BP
Red Velvet 96 events 72 reviews

It is perhaps overbilled when they refer to it as a Halloween “thriller” but nonetheless I enjoyed the story and the utilitarian special effects. It seemed ghostly but more along the lines of “Ghost” the movie. But this is an artful and...continued

reviewed Oct 02 2010 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

“A tight performance that blends the mixed media format with precision. Paradoxically chilling and beautiful.” —_Chicago Critic _
Theater Pick. “[Victoria Gilbert is a] radiant, responsive performer [who] melts into Colburn’s tex.” —Time Out Chicago
“_Ghostbox _is damned haunting…It’s abstract and thought-provoking.” —_ChicagoNow _


A supernatural thriller, Ghostbox tells of a wife searching for her husband. She finds herself in a mysterious place where past and present and life and death collide. While seeking to find her husband through the static of an old transistor radio, a looming shadow figure lurks in the darkness watching her every move. Video images fill the stage as clues from her past reveal themselves and she gets closer to finding her lost love.

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