206 Goodman Theatre - The Owen Tips
- Casual 1
- Take public transit 3
- Parking is expensive 1
- Food and drinks for purchase 1
We sat third row center which I recommend, for reasons you’ll understand when you get there
Park in Gov Parking $17 from Goodman Website link... 1 minute around the corner at Lake St
Because it is general admission, get there a half hour early to pick your best seat.
The venue was open seating, so get there early to get the seats you wanted; but really not a bad seat in the house.
General seating so you can pick the best seat for you, especially if you are near front of line to enter.
Both the Red Line and Brown Line have stops a block away from the theatre.
The weather was cool and windy.. I wore dress pants and sweater. It is "downtown" casual..
Felt the Mezzanine seating was the best but it seems it could get a bit warm.
Since it was Easter Sunday, nothing was open nearby so we ate elsewhere.
Public transit is super convenient when in the "loop". Walked 1/2 block to the venue.
Eat at Petterino's attached to Goodman. You can valet park and pick up after play.
Use the restroom before since there is no intermission.
Do not drive. Theater is very convenient to public transportation.
Be well rest because you don't want to nod off and miss a moment of this performance.
Bring tissues, you're gonna cry.
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