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Greenhouse Theater Center
2257 N. Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL 60614
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"Six Dead Queens and an Inflatable Henry"
24 ratings
4.5 average rating
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86 events
27 reviews
34 stars
attended Sep 21 2012

Laugh out loud funny. Great group of ladies performing in wonderful unisome. A must see.

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14 reviews
0 stars
attended Sep 13 2012

great energy on stage- it helps to know the history of his wifes to appreciate the action.FUN show even for my 90 year old mother.
I lucked out and received falafel/ humus and pita as a special treat from League of Theaters Thurs night.


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8 reviews
1 stars
attended Sep 21 2012

This is such a great show - the energy, humor, bawdiness, moments of drama and physicality are pitch perfect. The show starts a bit scattered - you have to give it a few minutes to get up to speed and "in" it. But once that happens, the next 80...continued

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Piccolo Theatre Company Presents

Six Dead Queens and an Inflatable Henry

Originally devised by Foursight Theatre Company

Directed & Designed by the Women of Piccolo Theatre Company

Featuring Deborah Craft, Amy Gorelow, Vanessa Hughes, Nicole Keating, Denita Linnertz, and Berner Taylor

The performance contains strong language and adult themes.

About the Ticket Supplier: Piccolo Theatre

Founded in 2001, the Piccolo Theatre embodies and realizes the human comedy through physical theatre, eloquence and humor in order to move, delight and transform audiences. In residence at the newly renovated Evanston Arts Depot, a cultural arts center in South Evanston, the comfortable 50-seat house perfectly immerses the audience in a distinctive little world, giving them a truly incomparable theatre experience.