Venue Details

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Steppenwolf Downstairs Theatre
1650 N. Halsted St. Chicago, IL 60614
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53 events
31 reviews
5 stars
Parking costs $10 or $12, depending on the day. No elevator in the garage. Street parking is scarce, and since there's no intermission, you can't go out & pay for more time.
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53 events
31 reviews
5 stars
This is a one act play, lasting one hour & 45 minutes. You can take a drink into the theatre.
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"Head of Passes"
19 ratings
4.3 average rating
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36 events
33 reviews
5 stars
attended Apr 04 2013

The acting was SUPERB, the first scene was GREAT, but the second half was disappointing. Shela's character was "ALL OVER THE PLACE" (with more negative than positive), leaving the finale with questions to be answered. Since this being...continued

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24 reviews
29 stars
attended Apr 06 2013

I believe the playwright is talented and the stories he tells are important, but this one felt unfinished to me. The first act is pretty strong. The second act relies heavily on one actor and the affinity you have (hopefully) gained for her...continued

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35 events
14 reviews
28 stars
attended Apr 11 2013

Outstanding Play!!!!!!!!!!! A must See

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This show contains adult language, talk of sex and drug use. Parental diiscretion is advised.

About the Ticket Supplier: Steppenwolf

Steppenwolf Theatre Company is an internationally-renowned company of thirty-five artists whose talents include acting, directing, playwriting, filmmaking, and textual adaptation. Steppenwolf has redefined the landscape of acting and performance by spawning a generation of America’s most gifted artists, including Joan Allen, John Mahoney, John Malkovich, Laurie Metcalf, Martha Plimpton and Gary Sinise. No other American theater ensemble has survived as long and thrived as much as the Steppenwolf company of artists, who return home to Chicago to do the work they love.