Dark Thriller Odradek from The House Theatre of Chicago
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The last date listed for Odradek was Saturday March 5, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Featured review from Paul Neiweem
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You need to be ready for some cerebral stuff. What is reality and why am I here come to mind. It's short - 80 minutes with no intermission. Three performers - all talented. If you are looking for a nice story with a beginning, a middle and an end - forget it - more like a dream or stream of concienceness. I enjoyed it - it's been three days and it still has me thinking. My wife hated it - she is more the “tell me a nice story” type.
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Brett Neveu is, simply stated, Chicago's most profound, always experimenting/never 'static' playwright, and Odradek is a superb piece of Expressionist writing...the cast is great, and Dexter Bullard, as director, is is (as anyone who's seen The...continued
A world-premiere by Brett Neveu
Part midwestern gothic fairy tale, part Hitchcockian thriller, Odradek is The House’s first collaboration with celebrated playwright Brett Neveu.
Join us for this dark tale about a troubled young boy and his relationship with the monster under the stairs. With an extremely intimate set, designed for an audience of only 60 people, seating is limited.