Venue Details

46 Star Starred
Chopin Theatre Mainstage
1543 W. Division Ave. Chicago, IL 60642
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79 events
70 reviews
81 stars
Get there early to get a good seat, not a bad view in the house but some of the seats are broken and uncomfortable. Plays tend to be general admission.
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79 events
70 reviews
81 stars
Free parking at the church down the street (Holy Trinity) for all performances Thurs-Sun
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"Season on the Line"
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4.1 average rating
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Henk Green Red Velvet
456 events
91 reviews
14 stars
attended Sep 12 2014

The play began with a bang then as the third act commenced it got a bit weird in the room. Characters lost their story lines. the lead got truly aggressive and went completely out of his head. I got lost.

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28 reviews
5 stars
attended Sep 12 2014

It is not a spoiler for me to say that this play simply transposes Moby-Dick to a theatrical setting. The protagonist is Ishmael, the theatre company is the Pequod, the guy who runs the theatre is Ahab, the critic is the whale, etc & etc. The...continued

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74 reviews
30 stars
attended Oct 09 2014

Even though this play is 3 hours, it moves really quickly and it doesn't seem that long. However, it was a little difficult for me to get into this play at first (Act I) because I couldn't figure out who was who and what their story was. This is...continued

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This show is recommended for ages 13 and older, and contains some references to partying, drugs, drinking and includes some foul language.

The performance has a runtime of three hours, not including its two intermissions.

About the Ticket Supplier: The House Theatre of Chicago

The House is an ensemble of multi-talented artists who work together to create new works of popular theatre. In The House, theatre, music, dance, magic, and spectacle combine to inspire imagination, breaking down the bariers between actors and audience, uniting the two in the joy of storytelling.