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137 Star Starred
Greenhouse Theater Center
2257 N. Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL 60614
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4.3 / 5 Rated by 26 members
Review from Jeff C.
12 events 4 reviews

This show is a great example of theatre ingenuity. The writing was clever, the staging brilliant and unexpected. We see a lot of theatre and this is one of our favorite new shows.

I was a little concerned when I learned that the...continued

reviewed Nov 08 2008 report as inappropriate
Review from Nicole Hewitt
6 events 4 reviews

I thought this was a great show!! What a wonderful opportunity to see a new musical! The actors were extremely talented and the show was both touching and hilarious (there were some "racy" elements to the show, so if you are very sensitive to...continued

reviewed Nov 07 2008 report as inappropriate
Review from Marla Grabell
11 events 2 reviews

The actors were fantastic. The vocals on these young people were great. They made the already thought provoking story line entertaining. The only problem with the show was that it went too fast!! My husband and I had a wonderful evening. Thank...continued

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The events of two momentous evenings happen in the same space. As twenty-somethings John and Kat prepare themselves on the eve of their wedding, an older couple – Jack and Catherine – are on the brink of the decree absolute that will end their marriage. As Jack and Catherine look back and John and Kat look forward, it becomes evident that all is not what it first seemed. Are we watching two couples on one night? – or maybe it is one couple, on two nights separated by a decade. Two pivotal nights in the marriage that is crumbling before our eyes. The scenes interweave and echo through time, as the two storylines play out and each protagonist faces their own mountain to climb.

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