The Hammer Trinity House Theatre

Fri 730p; Sat/Sun Marathons 2p-11p 

Highly Recommended - "compelling and highly entertaining.." K. Reid, Chicago Tribune

Four Stars - .."it's a crowning achievement" - K. Vire, TimeOut Chicago

"thrilling and thought provoking." Z. Thompson, Chicago Reader

Highly Recommended - Considering the popularity of fantasy is a wonder that more theaters aren’t performing them... House Theatre of Chicago proves that it is one of the few that can deliver" - B. Hughes,

Highly Recommended  - "I loved this play, all nine hours of it" - K.  Walsh,

Four Stars - "It is nothing short of a masterpiece." - Chicago Stage Standard


Tickets $30 (Fri); $65 (Sat/Sun Marathons)

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A Doll's House Definition Theatre

For Immediate Release - "Ibsen’s revolutionary classic comes to the stage with Definition’s world premiere adaptation. Nora, a young wife and mother is married to Torvald, a recently promoted bank manager. To the neighbors, their life together seems perfectly content, settled and respectable until a terrible secret from Nora’s past comes back to haunt her and she begins to question everything about her marriage, family and life. A Doll’s House illustrates how no matter how well-intended your actions are the past will always come to light"

More info - 847-868-2528


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Cities East and West: New Maps for Research Hosted by the Hejna Chairs in the History of Poland and in Polish Language and Literature, University of Illinois in Chicago

Taking into consideration the ways in which the city can be approached as a polyvalent cultural text, the organizers of Cities East and West: New Maps for Research invite proposals for papers on all aspects of city life, with a focus on cities in the Polish historical space. The goal of the conference is to examine urban enclaves not as monolithic areas of habitation but rather as places of intersection, collision, coexistence, and exchange between classes, races, ideologies, ethnic groups, artistic styles, and private modes of everyday living.

San Paroles Duo Tandem and Chopin Theatre

Wed April 15th - Duo Tandem, Necati Emirzade and Mark Anderson, is an instrumental guitar duo based in Chicago and London.  Their debut album San Paroles (Without Words) includes Brazilian choros, Argentinian tangos, the obligatory Chopin, and music written for Duo Tandem by Grant Ferris and David Gottlieb. Nashville based guitarist, composer, and songwriter Grant Ferris kicks off evening with solo set of works embracing American genres and styles. 

Tickets - $10

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