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Greenhouse Theater Center
2257 N. Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL 60614
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"pool (no water)"
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3.6 average rating
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40 reviews
59 stars
attended Aug 23 2012

Great new work!!! Wonderfully thought provoking; excellent effort all around!!!

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Scott S.
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95 reviews
2 stars
attended Sep 29 2012

We did not enjoy this at all, we thought it was terrible. Your original description was nothing like the play, had it been we would never have bought tickets. I believe this is the 1st time your description was so wrong. The screaming was loud and...

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15 reviews
4 stars
attended Aug 22 2012

The was awaysome in all actor´s performances. One really good thing was the appropiate coodination with music, dance and performing. It was really realible nd vibrating in all moments!!!

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Quotes & Highlights

“Naked grit and daring!”  —Los Angeles Times
“80 dynamic minutes that turn the characters inside out.” —The Guardian (London)
“Mr. Ravenhill’s writing has a hypnotic beauty … the play is full of perceptive commentary on the tension between affection and antipathy among friends – and the interior tensions in the individual sould between self-love and self-hate.”  —The New York Times


by Mark Ravenhill

Directed by Liz Carlin Metz

Featuring Antonio Brunetti, Kate Donoghue, Todd Kietch, Meghan Reardon, Anne Sheridan Smith.