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Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood Ave. Chicago, IL 60626
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22 reviews
15 stars
I wore I wore a dress with a light jacket and I wrapped myself in the blanket the theater provided to all audience members, but it was still like being inside a refrigerator. Bring a down jacket. .
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8 reviews
4 stars
I wore a sweater - the theater A/C is very strong - but they do provide blankets!.
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"Wuthering Heights"
9 ratings
3.9 average rating
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33 events
29 reviews
10 stars
attended Sep 18 2010

I've been attending plays at Lifeline Theater for the last 15 years. Most were brilliant, a few okay, but I've never been disappointed in a production here...until now. I was very much looking forward to seeing Wuthering Heights at Lifeline...continued

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165 reviews
19 stars
attended Sep 18 2010

I have to disagree with the previous reviewers and give accolades to Lifeline for mounting a production of this magnitude. I went with a friend who read the book, while I have not. Here are both of our views: My friend was very pleased with how...continued

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165 reviews
19 stars
attended Oct 24 2010

Saw it for the second time. See my previous review for more details. The only significant change was that the accents were a lot better. Great Set Design/Use of Space. Interesting Staging (Blocking)/Physical Choreography. Wonderful costumes...continued

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“As Lifeline Theatre’s feverish new stage version of the great gothic romance suggests, this tale also can be told with an almost balletic intensity and physicality – and with enough sound and fury, yearning and emotional heat – to verge on the hallucinatory.”  –Chicago Sun-Times


Inseparable from childhood, Heathcliff and Cathy believe themselves eternally bound. But when they are brutally torn apart, the resulting course of retribution provides an unflinching look into the cyclic nature of revenge and the unknowable passions of the heart. Travel across Yorkshire’s stormy moors with one of literature’s darkest antiheroes in this legendary tale of devotion and redemption. An epic love story, re-imagined as a highly physical work of powerful imagery by the award-winning adaptor and director of Mariette in Ecstasy.

A world premiere based on the novel by Emily Brontë

Adapted by Christina Calvit

Directed by Elise Kauzlaric