Venue Details

4.0 / 5 Rated by 10 members
Review from Jeff Filo

This play was awful. It was very boring and horribly tedious.

It wasn't the actors - they did the best they could with this schlock script. After an hour that seemed like 3, we mercifully escaped during intermission.

By far, the worst...continued

reviewed Jul 31 2008 report as inappropriate
Review from Goldstar Member

This is a sentimental play that is quite moving- with some creative directoral decisions not in the actual play. The cast is strong with several standouts including Brian Simmons unaffected manner, Lydia Berger's seemingly effortless attention to...continued

reviewed Aug 07 2008 report as inappropriate
Review from Cynthia G.

What an extraordinary play! Everything...from the ingenious set to the marvelous direction to the moving script to the incredible actors...was absolute perfection! I was moved to tears.... Thank you for such a gift!!

reviewed Aug 17 2008 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

These performances feature lawn seating.  Feel free to bring a blanket or chairs; picnicking is allowed.  Bring your own food, or order on Oak Park’s website; pre-order is required for meals, but drinks, candy and a selection of items are available for purchase at the concession stand in Austin Gardens.
Sunday’s performances feature special Irish-themed pre-show events. Check Oak Park’s website for more information.


Dancing at Lughnasa

by Brian Friel

Directed by Belinda Bremner

In this unforgettable play, a young boy tells the story of growing up in a fatherless home, raised by his unmarried mother and his four spinster aunts in 1930’s Ireland.

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