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28 events
15 reviews
9 stars
There is a soft beverage/snack bar in the theatre. There are many restaurants in the neighborhood.
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28 events
15 reviews
9 stars
The weather was somewhat cold, but the Red Line has a stop a block away, at Clybourn and North Ave.. I wore a pair of pants and sweater. Dress is very casual..
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"Stations Lost"
19 ratings
4.3 average rating
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241 events
165 reviews
19 stars
attended Jul 16 2011

Video portions were really hard to watch--almost like strobe lights and photos combined. Story line was weak. Writer/Actor admitted that he has ADD, which I suspect contributed to the lack of continuity. As a humorous piece, it just wasn't very...continued

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60 events
6 reviews
19 stars
attended Jul 21 2011

Such wit and talent possesses Tony Fitzpatrick.
I would recommend seeing this production to anyone.
In fact, those that are unable to attend will miss a memorable
and thoughtful performance. Great vocal.

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160 events
59 reviews
13 stars
attended Jul 24 2011

It was personal and fun. The audience liked it throughout and gave Tony a standing ovation. We bought a poster of his art including one of his moths, and Tony autographed it to us-- it will grace our refrigerator for a while. I look forward to...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

Read an interview with Tony Fitzpatrick on the Chicago Sun-Times’ website.
Visit Tony Fitzpatrick’s blog.

About the Ticket Supplier: Steppenwolf

Steppenwolf Theatre Company is an internationally-renowned company of thirty-five artists whose talents include acting, directing, playwriting, filmmaking, and textual adaptation. Steppenwolf has redefined the landscape of acting and performance by spawning a generation of America’s most gifted artists, including Joan Allen, John Mahoney, John Malkovich, Laurie Metcalf, Martha Plimpton and Gary Sinise. No other American theater ensemble has survived as long and thrived as much as the Steppenwolf company of artists, who return home to Chicago to do the work they love.