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at N Troy St 3502 N. Elston Ave. Chicago, IL 60618
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13 events
5 reviews
8 stars
You can park around the back of Chief O'Neill's restaurant. Dress casual. Dining nearby is plentiful. We like Chicken and Salad works for a quick meal. Chief O' Neill's is good for dinner, and Tanos has a good quick pizza.
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11 events
3 reviews
1 stars
actor/bartender serves great drinks while watching
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Reviews & Ratings

"White Trash Wedding and a Funeral"
27 ratings
2.8 average rating
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17 events
2 reviews
5 stars
attended May 04 2012

We went to the show fully knowing it was 'raunchy and vulgar' -- this surpassed the description and simply went to worthless and gross. The plot seemed to be geared to how many times in a sentence they could swear or insult someone, little to do...continued

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85 reviews
31 stars
attended May 06 2012

It was truly gross. Not for anyone who does not enjoy vulgarity! The performers worked hard and did a creditable job of very distasteful material.

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31 events
15 reviews
1 stars
attended May 04 2012

This performance tried to be humorous but crossed the line to vulgar. Based on the title was expecting raunchy, but felt it went too far and was lewd and crude. Was happy it only lasted 70 minutes with no intermission. Had it not been a small...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“Factory knocks it out of the trailer park with their latest installment of White Trash . —Flavorpill Chicago, Editor’s Pick

The whirlwind of tasteless effrontery is as bracing and gleeful as it was 17 years ago. —Chicago Reader, Recommended

Three stars. —Time Out Chicago, Critic’s Pick

If you’re looking for ultra-cheap but happily offensive stagecraft, you can’t go wrong … under the direction of Scott O’Ken, the show sticks out its tongue and raises its middle finger at every available opportunity. — Chicago Tribune (3 Stars)