CALLING ALL WRITERS! TIME TO GET YOUR CREATIVITY FLOWING!

Posted by on Apr 22, 2014 in News, Shows

CALLING ASPIRING AND ESTABLISHED WRITERS OF CHICAGO: COME SPEND 6 SUNDAYS AT THE PUBLIC HOUSE THEATRE AND WORK WITH ONE OF THE BEST IN THE INDUSTRY           Are you a writer in Chicago looking for a comprehensive workshop with an Emmy Nominated writer dedicated to increasing the volume of women’s voices in theater and film? Are you available from the hours of4pm to 6pm on Sunday afternoons? Would you like a chance to showcase your work when the workshop is complete? The Public House Theatre and Play For Keeps have granted...

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AUDITIONS FOR “LOVE ME, TINDER”

Posted by on Apr 16, 2014 in News, Shows

The Public House Theatre is braving dating and love in the modern world with “Love Me, Tinder.” This new comedy promises to be an incredibly honest and rollicking time, taking a look at the use of new technology to quell age-old desires and questions. Told from all sides, the story follows Steven, a rather hapless fellow that has decided to take up the Quest for Love after a falling out with his ex. But is he really ready to face the world of catfishing, sex-bots, and the next-level app that Tinder has secretly been...

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Bouncers Trailer

Posted by on Apr 14, 2014 in Trailer

Bouncers Trailer

Join four brusque bouncers for a night out on the town in this energetic, dark, and hilarious take on the night life and clubs that we’re all too familiar with. The four actors portray over twenty characters in a midnight circus of debauchery, drinking, fighting, and hedonism that takes us from the front door to the back alleys of the infamous Mr. Cinders nightclub. All human life is here under the flashing lights, thumping music, and grinding dancing of John Godber’s classic British play,...

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“TRASH BOY! THE MUSICAL” Opens Tonight at 10pm

Posted by on Apr 4, 2014 in Uncategorized

From the minds behind “Bye Bye Liver,” “My Chicago Valentine” and “The Second Time Machine” comes an epic saga of an unlikely hero. When the Mayor of Fairweather finalizes his anti-garbage campaign, he burns down the town dump. The fire unleashes Trash Boy, a boy made of garbage, and kills Trash Boy’s creator! Will Trash Boy seek revenge? How will the mayor react when his own daughter falls in love with Trash Boy? Will the Janitor keep the town together? Find out in “Trash Boy! The Musical!”...

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COR RES THEATRE HOLDS ACTION-PACKED FUNDRAISER FOR THEIR BRAVE NEW PROJECT

Posted by on Mar 18, 2014 in News, Shows

    At 7pm, on Wednesday, March 26th, Cor Res Theatre is holding a company fundraiser to offset production costs for “Sex Work.” With a $10 Suggested Donation at the door, they’re offering a night full of entertainment, raffle prizes and party tricks. Patrons may enjoy an open bar from 7-9pm with the purchase of a Bar Package for $25. (Call 800-650-6449 to purchase bar package ahead of time.)   Cor Res Theatre has been creating unique, thoughtful, provocative theatre since 2010. With a diverse ensemble of actors and...

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Escape From Chicago Trailer

Posted by on Feb 18, 2014 in Trailer

Escape From Chicago Trailer

When the Cubs win the World Series in 2016, the city of Chicago tears itself to pieces with pure jubilation. Now, 5 years later, Chicago has been transformed into the one maximum security prison for the state of Illinois. There is only one rule: once you go in, you don’t come out. Until today.

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“Dead Broads Yapping” is killing it! Read this glowing review!

Posted by on Feb 10, 2014 in News, Shows

From Oona O’Leary at The Sketch Review: http://thesketchreview.com/post/76266385676/dead-broads-yapping Dead Broads Yapping Review by Oona O’Leary “I walked past Margaret Thatcher’s room and she was playing Thrift Shop.”  - Joan of Arc on her dislike for Macklemore’s omnipresence. Dead Broads Yapping is that delicious middle between the Today Show and and a biography reader’s heaven. Courtney Crary, Marie Maloney, and Caroline Nash are Joan of Arc, Jackie Kennedy, and Amelia Earhart respectively. Actually, Dead Broads...

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Disaster Trailer

Posted by on Jan 14, 2014 in Trailer

Disaster Trailer

Chicago’s worst theater company, The Layte Nyght Players, have a brand new odious play performed terribly for you every month. Join the company in the last days of their rehearsals, leading up to their first full performance of a play written by a Chicago playwright. $10 on the Third Wednesdays of the month at 8...

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“MY CHICAGO VALENTINE” OPENS TONIGHT AT 8!

Posted by on Jan 11, 2014 in News, Shows

TONIGHT! If you enjoyed “Chicago Dating Scene,” you’re going to LOVE “My Chicago Valentine!” Opening tonight at 8pm, 6 vulnerable comedians tumble through the trials of love through deeply felt sketches and monologues. http://pubhousetheatre.com/show/my-chicago-valentine-15/2014-01-11/ Reviews for “Chicago Dating Scene”: Gapers Block- Kara VanderBijl Dating in a big city is hard. And, as six comedians proved last night at The Public House Theatre, 3914 N. Clark, it is also...

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When Valentine’s Day Means D-Day…

Posted by on Jan 3, 2014 in News, Shows

We’re so excited to welcome back the intrepid warriors of the heart after their critically acclaimed “Chicago Dating Scene.” Now, “My Chicago Valentine” delves even deeper into the souls of these six actors. With deeply personal monologues, sketches and music, “My Chicago Valentine” follows six actors through the battlefield of love- what happens when you finally find that special someone, and how do you tell her/him the three words that mean the most, especially under the pressure of Hallmark’s mandate...

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