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at N Troy St 3502 N. Elston Ave. Chicago, IL 60618
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5 reviews
8 stars
You can park around the back of Chief O'Neill's restaurant. Dress casual. Dining nearby is plentiful. We like Chicken and Salad works for a quick meal. Chief O' Neill's is good for dinner, and Tanos has a good quick pizza.
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actor/bartender serves great drinks while watching
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"Incident on Run #1217"
16 ratings
4.4 average rating
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54 events
32 reviews
24 stars
attended May 11 2013

This was not a play for the faint of heart. It contained strong language, violence, blood, gore, and disturbing images. However, it was some of the best acting I have seen. It was so realistic, I felt as if I was the one on the train. Brace...continued

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17 reviews
3 stars
attended May 26 2013

A visceral as well as a thoughtful experience, greatly enhanced by the intimate space and clever set. I particularly enjoyed the performances of Travis and Robert, who both managed subtlety and nuance where many actors would have gone full-tilt...continued

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12 reviews
13 stars
attended May 05 2013

seemed to have started 20 minutes late, however it was very good theatre, just long enough, credible fight scenes, good suspense, despicable bad guy and really interesting difficult set challenge was effective. I,m coming to rest of shows..

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Check out this YouTube trailer for Incident on Run #1217_.
“Tamayo’s storytelling is so finely wrought we would have been drawn into it even if the play had been performed, Second City style, on an empty stage with cane chairs. Matt Engle’s casting and direction are pitch-perfect, and his ensemble ably brings Tamayo’s characters to life.” —_Chicago Reader