Venue Details

187 Star Starred
Stage 773
1225 W. Belmont Ave. Chicago, IL 60657
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4.6 / 5 Rated by 50 members
Review from
54 events 24 reviews

Stage 773 was a much smaller theater than I had expected. However, because of the sound system, it was good that the theater was small because during some of the singing and speaking I was unable to hear the actors/singers unless they were facing...continued

reviewed Apr 24 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Kelly Shannon
35 events 22 reviews

I took my daughter and husband to see the play and we all agreed it was a wonderful way to spend an afternoon/evening. The children were adorable, the singing was spectacular (especially Anna and Tiptim), the King was charming and amusing and the...continued

reviewed May 08 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Goldstar Member
26 events 10 reviews

This was a fabulous production. The actors/singers are very talented; worthy of larger venues. The children did quite well.
As stated by a few other reviewers, there are a few opportunities for the sound system.
It was clever / fun that the...continued

reviewed Apr 30 2011 report as inappropriate
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Porchlight Music Theatre presents The King and I by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein. Based on the book Anna and the King of Siam by Margaret Landon.

As America fights its Civil War, Anna, an English widow, sails to Bangkok with her young son to tutor the wives and children of the King of Siam. The King wishes Siam to have a larger role on the world stage while maintaining its traditions as he increasingly turns to Anna for assistance.

Featuring such classics as “Shall We Dance” and “Getting to Know You," The King and I is a story of a man and a woman with matching intelligence and strength, but clashing personalities, prejudices and politics.

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