Venue Details

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Chopin Theatre Mainstage
1543 W. Division Ave. Chicago, IL 60642
773-278-1500
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2 reviews
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Parking is a bit tight in this neighborhood. There is paybox parking on Milwaukee and on Ashland and Division. Paybox parking is free on Sundays
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If you're taking kids, make sure you take something to snack on during intermission. They don't really have anything for kids. I took crackers and it worked out well.
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Reviews & Ratings

"Wilson Wants It All"
23 ratings
4.2 average rating
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38 events
26 reviews
2 stars
attended Feb 21 2010

Great play - very clever and well staged.

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42 events
24 reviews
11 stars
attended Mar 14 2010

i thoroughly enjoyed the performance. the concept is a frightening one, handled very well acting ws very good and th special effects were outstanding. My only complaint is that the theater seats were very uncomfortable.

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8 reviews
2 stars
attended Feb 20 2010

The play was presented in an interesting and original way. The acting was very good. The ending was more predictable than expected.

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Website

http://www.thehousetheatre.com/shows?show-id=wi...

Quotes & Highlights

“This is a gutsy, risky piece that’s also a fun night out.” —chicagotribune.com

Description

Written by Michael Rohd, Phillip C. Klapperich Directed by Michael Rohd Developed in partnership with Michael Rohd, the founding artistic director of Portland’s Sojourn Theater.

About the Ticket Supplier: The House Theatre of Chicago

The House is an ensemble of multi-talented artists who work together to create new works of popular theatre. In The House, theatre, music, dance, magic, and spectacle combine to inspire imagination, breaking down the bariers between actors and audience, uniting the two in the joy of storytelling.