Auditions for “The History of Alcohol in Chicago: A Drinker’s Guide”

Posted by on Jun 10, 2015 in Auditions, News

Auditions for “The History of Alcohol in Chicago: A Drinker’s Guide”

The Public House Theater is holding auditions for the ‘The History of Alcohol in Chicago: A Drinker’s Guide’ on Sunday, June 21st from 2pm-5pm. Looking for all types of people. Ability at accents a plus. Auditions will be in 30-minute increments. Sides will be provided for readings of the script. Please email Andrew@thepubtheater.com with your pdf-formatted resume and digital headshot. Please title your email subject line as [Last Name, First Name – History Auditions]. Mention any time conflicts with the audition or shows in your...

read more

Go Deep Inside- “Malice Buyers Club: When Villains Win”

Posted by on Jun 5, 2015 in News, Podcasts, Shows

Go Deep Inside- “Malice Buyers Club: When Villains Win”

The cast and writers of new sketch show, “Malice Buyers Club: When Villains Win” talk candidly about comedy, acting, the business of theatre and what they would do in another life.

read more

AUDITIONS for “READY FOR HILLARY: THE MUSICAL”

Posted by on May 15, 2015 in Auditions, News

AUDITIONS for “READY FOR HILLARY: THE MUSICAL”

AUDITIONS FOR “READY FOR HILLARY: THE MUSICAL”   Written by Erin Lann Directed by Sabrina Harper   This new musical will run at The Public House Theatre on Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm in August, from August 7th – 29th. It is a delightful show about Hillary’s campaign that draws on contemporary political dialogue, and we are looking for some talented men and women to audition!   This show will rehearse Sundays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays, or some combination of the three, based on everyone’s...

read more

Auditions: “If You Rebuild It, They Might Come”

Posted by on May 13, 2015 in Auditions, News

Auditions: “If You Rebuild It, They Might Come”

SYNOPSIS “If You Rebuild It, They Might Come” is an honest, humorous look at what it’s like to be a much-maligned fan of baseball’s lovable losers, The Cubs. It’s the story of a simple team, worth only 1.3 billion dollars, and the down-home family just trying to do right by Toyota, Budweiser, Qdoba grill, The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authorities, and their fans. And it’s also the story of Barry, a guy newly returned to Chicago, who has only one chance to win over his new fiancé, Heather, to being a Cubs fan....

read more

Thanks, Mom: A Cabaret for Mothers by Mothers

Posted by on May 5, 2015 in News, Shows

Thanks, Mom: A Cabaret for Mothers by Mothers

Take your mom to a show made just for her! Bye Bye Liver Presents: Thanks, Mom- a comedy show pitched by moms. Literally. These comedians are doing the bits and sketches their moms always said they should. Bring your mom! She gets in for free! There’s even a special surprise for her at the end. Hosted by Matt Young, with Stand-Up by Kit Rivers, sketch by Bye Bye Liver and much, much...

read more

HIRING: Bartenders, Servers and House Staff

Posted by on Apr 30, 2015 in News, Uncategorized

The Public House Theatre and “Bye Bye Liver” are looking for friendly, enthusiastic people for their weekend team. Currently seeking bartenders, servers, house and box office staff to work Friday and Saturday nights (6pm-Midnight). Interviews will be held on Tuesday, May 5th and Wednesday, May 6th. Please email resumes and letters of interest to sasha@thepubtheater.com. Position 1: Head Bartender Pay: Hourly plus Tips Hours/Wk: 10-12 Responsibilities: Make drinks at bar throughout shows, manage servers with friendly enthusiasm, keep bar...

read more

Check out the Trailer for “Mike’s Ma Balls!”

Posted by on Apr 18, 2015 in News, Trailer, Uncategorized

Check out the Trailer for “Mike’s Ma Balls!”

On April 20th, HCFB Productions is premiering their new webseries, Mike’s Ma Balls. Get your first look here, and then join us for the launch party!

read more

Auditions for “50 Shades of Plaid”

Posted by on Apr 17, 2015 in Auditions, News, Shows

The Public House Theatre Announces Auditions for “50 Shades of Plaid” SYNOPSIS: This parody of “Fifty Shades of Grey,” is a coming-of-age story with every pun intended. Sandy is a Junior in college, bookish and shy, with a burning imagination. She falls head-over-heels for Thomas Plaid- the most popular guy on campus, rugged, handsome and anything but her intellectual equal. Over the course of an hour, Sandy invites the audience into her most private fantasies and public discoveries as she tries to get to the heart of Thomas Plaid,...

read more

Go Underwater with “Hamlet’s House”

Posted by on Apr 14, 2015 in News, Shows, Uncategorized

Go Underwater with “Hamlet’s House”

Hamlet and Flip can go anywhere with their imaginations. And you can go with them! One of their favorite places is a Submarine deep under the ocean. Click this link, and you can go aboard this submarine, see what the Underwater Explorers see, and even ask them some questions: http://www.nautiluslive.org/ For more adventures, pay Hamlet’s House a visit!

read more

The Launch of PubHouse PlayHouse and Flagship Show, “Hamlet’s House”

Posted by on Apr 7, 2015 in News, Shows

The Launch of PubHouse PlayHouse and Flagship Show, “Hamlet’s House”

We couldn’t be more excited to announce the launch of our program for young audiences, The PubHouse PlayHouse, and its inaugural production, “Hamlet’s House.” We have partnered with Patrick Zielinski and Sue Kessler- the creative minds behind the Navy Pier Pirate spectacular, “The Battle for the Booty,” which, among other works, delighted families for over a decade. “Hamlet’s House” is a story of imagination and wonder. Hamlet is a giant, fluffy dog, residing in Apartment 2B. His best friend, Flip, has an imagination so...

read more