Venue Details

66 Star Starred
Chopin Theatre Mainstage
1543 W. Division Ave. Chicago, IL 60642
773-278-1500
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Tristin
2 events
1 review
0 stars
The weather was Beautiful. I wore Jeans and a v-neck.
A Comedical Tragedy for Mister Punch
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24 events
15 reviews
8 stars
The lobby is truly gorgeous and very interesting. Take some time to look around!
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Reviews & Ratings

"Ploughed Under: An American Songbook"
9 ratings
2.4 average rating
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cheers
60 events
11 reviews
21 stars
attended Apr 21 2013

The sound was WAY TOO LOUD. We left at intermission because I got a headache. The songs all sounded the same (except for the jazzy one) and it was challenging to decipher the lyrics. I was pretty disappointed and embarrassed (for the person I...continued

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21 events
9 reviews
4 stars
attended Apr 19 2013

We saw a preview, which was opened to the public for constructive criticism purposes. The show we saw wasn't really something I was too enamored of as it stood, but it was the first time it opened to the public, and I suspect it will go through...continued

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37 events
5 reviews
3 stars
attended Apr 20 2013

We had a great time. The show was very entertaining.

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Description

_Created and Composed by Kevin O’Donnell


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Kevin O’Donnell’s enveloping, rich musical scores for The House have propelled the Sparrow to flight, Valentine to victory, and Houdini to battle Death. His original compositions now come front-and-center as The House weaves American folk stories and tall tales into a rich tapestry of all-original music. This theatrical concert is carefully focused on vocal and rhythmic dynamics, echoing the clarity and power of African and Native American folk music. Each song is a story into itself, some familiar, some forgotten, connecting to our musical roots to the churning of our early history.