We end our season with a hilarious comedy that spoofs all those bold Victorian adventurers who ravaged foreign lands and annihilated indigenous cultures in the name of science. It’s London 1879 and the prestigious Explorers Club is in crisis: a brilliant, beautiful woman who has discovered a legendary Lost City wants to join, but letting her in might shake the very foundations of the British Empire! Grab your safety goggles for this raucous comedy gem!
Written by: Laura Eason
Directed by: Scott Westerman
Starring: Nina O'Keefe and Rich Holton
This timely, taut dramedy about love and fame in the age of social media, is among the top ten most produced plays in the United States. Written by Evanston native, Laura Eason, and directed by Evanston native, Scott Westerman, Sex with Strangers has been called “a tersely funny, sexy and ultimately sober dialectic on what we’re getting - and what we’re giving up - by plugging in 24/7, sexting, texting, streaming, whatever you’re into” (Cleveland Plain Dealer).
Running Time: 2 Hours (with one intermission)
Performance Dates: February 2, 2018 thru March 4, 2018
Previews: January 30-31, February 1
Performance Times: Previews: 7:30pm, Regular Run: Thursdays 7:30pm, Fridays/Saturdays 8:00pm, Sundays 3:00pm
NOTE: This play is for mature audiences only.
"Delightful family entertainment that is perfect for the holiday season." - Mira Temkin
SCROOGE AND THE GHOSTLY SPIRITS
A World Premiere Musical Based on Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol
Book, Music and Lyrics by Douglas Post
Directed by Scott Phelps
Starring Frank Farrell as Ebenezer Scrooge
Join us for the world-premiere musical based on Charles Dickens’
A Christmas Carol. This family favorite brings all your most
cherished characters and themes to life through an original score and the magic of song and dance.
Running Time: 1:30
What better way to start our 15th Anniversary Season than with this classic 1948 Broadway Smash Hit Comedy - Moss Hart's valentine to live theatre! The play takes us backstage with a bustling New York theatre troupe on opening night of a new show. The volatile mix of hotheaded diva, nervous playwright and a director perpetually on the brink of tears makes for an evening of theatre-inspired fun.
Dates of Performances: September 29 - October 29, 2017
Days/Times: Thursdays at 7:30pm, Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 3pm, Two Wendesdays (Oct 4 and 18) at 11am.
Address of Theatre: 300 S. Waukegan Road
Prices: Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays $37.50, Saturdays and Sundays $40,
Discounts: Seniors, Students, Groups of 10 or more
Running Time: Approximately 2 Hours 30 Minutes including two intermissions