Venue Details

38 Star Starred
Writers' Theatre
a.k.a. Women's Library Club 325 Tudor Court Glencoe, IL 60022
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7 reviews
3 stars
There are really no satisfactory places to eat around here.
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9 reviews
7 stars
We dined at Guanuajuato restaurant in Hubbard Woods and it was fabulous! I highly recommend this restaurant for wonderful Mexican food.
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"The Old Man and the Old Moon"
21 ratings
4.3 average rating
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3 reviews
7 stars
attended Sep 03 2013

Excellent! This group of 7 is enormously talented, imaginative, and charming to boot! Go!!

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1 review
0 stars
attended Sep 04 2013

As I left the theater ,I turned to my friend and said "Can we see this every night?" There is something amazing, magical, and brilliant about what Pigpen has achieved in this show. A moving "modern" folktale with resonance to the deepest parts of...continued

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1 review
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attended Sep 04 2013

This show was amazing. Playful and silly and touching and absolutely, drop-dead gorgeous. The combination of puppetry and storytelling and knock-off Mumford music created one of the more satisfying theatrical experiences of 2013. Absolutely worth...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“Delightful to watch… words play second fiddle to the giddy feelings it inspires.” —The New York Times_, Critic’s Pick
“An all-ages journey into the frontiers of undiluted imagination.” —New York Magazine_, Critic’s Pick
“They shoot for the moon and reach it.” —
Time Out New York
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About the Ticket Supplier: Writers' Theatre

Writers' Theatre is a professional company dedicated to a theatre of language and passion. The word and the artist are our primary focus. In our intimate environments, we offer productions that bring our audiences face-to-face with literature's greatest creators and creations.