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American Theater Company
at N. Lincoln Ave 1909 W. Byron Chicago, IL 60613
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12 events
1 review
0 stars
The weather was cold. I wore jeans & a sweater.
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27 reviews
33 stars
The weather was cool. I wore casual.
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"Unwilling and Hostile Instruments"
12 ratings
4.3 average rating
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181 events
69 reviews
14 stars
attended Oct 10 2013

Long and sweet. I like my plays short and dark. More "gee kids, lets do a play in the barn", less about women in Chicago. Needs to cut an hour of this 2 hour play.

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Toby Gold
6 events
5 reviews
0 stars
attended Oct 02 2013

A must see. This play consists of 5 short sketches of extraordinary Chicago Women. The cast is energetic, creative and talented. Their professionalism to their craft and this play is evident in their passionate presentation. This is a story that...

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8 events
2 reviews
8 stars
attended Oct 17 2013

From the moment we sat down we were intrigued by the set. And once the play started it kept our attention for over two hours. Yes, it was long but it didn't feel that way. This is true theatre. A production that not only seeks to entertain but to...continued

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About the Ticket Supplier: Theatre Seven of Chicago

Founded in 2007, Theatre Seven of Chicago's mission is to transform the way Chicagoans engage with their city and to become the premiere center for the creation, development and showcase of theatrically-based Chicago stories. The company has earned nominations for four Jeff Awards, two Black Theatre Alliance Awards and won the 2012 League of Chicago Theatres' Emerging Theatre Award. The company's noted world premieres include The Chicago Landmark Project, We Live Here and Diversey Harbor. Theatre Seven company also hosts a robust menu of auxiliary programming, including a free monthly reading series, Shikaakwa, featuring new looks at Chicago plays and one of the best post-show discussions in town.