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Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood Ave. Chicago, IL 60626
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63 events
43 reviews
7 stars
There's a Leona's on Sheridan just south of Morse.
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63 events
43 reviews
7 stars
The L stop is right on Morse & Glenwood. But if you drive, be prepared to look around for parking. A lot of it is metered, which creates a timing problem unless you use the Park Chicago app to keep you from running out of time. We found free street parking a couple of blocks northwest of the theatre, north of Morse.
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28 ratings
4.4 average rating
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5 events
2 reviews
0 stars
attended Apr 30 2010

Acting was really, really impressive. Casting was perfect, and even multiple characters played by same actor was phenomenally pulled off. Obviously a very talented group of people. However, I personally did not like the plot at all. It was rather...continued

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50 events
22 reviews
3 stars
attended Jun 06 2010

as always, Lifeline does so much with very little. Great costumes, creative scenery, excellent adaptation.

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Andrea L
211 events
104 reviews
3 stars
attended Jun 17 2010

I felt the play dragged, the faux accents were often hard to understand, and the lighting for a great part of the first act were so dim as to be wildly soporific.

I probably would have enjoyed the script, but I never took any particular...continued

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