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 epics..it 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, StageandCinema.com
Highly Recommended - "I loved this play, all nine hours of it" - K. Walsh, TheFourthWalsh.com
Four Stars - "It is nothing short of a masterpiece." - Chicago Stage Standard
Tickets $30 (Fri); $65 (Sat/Sun Marathons)
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
Małgorzata Pospiech is a writer, filmmaker, translator and photographer born in Poland and based in New York. She gained national recognition as a director and writer of a feature documentary on famous American filmmaker Arthur Penn. In addition she has compiled over 70 interviews on camera with veterans of WWII which are in the archives of the Polish Army Veteran's Association in Manhattan and linked to the site of Peter Weir’s movie “The Way Back” (2010). During Ms. Pospiech's lecture she will discuss and sign her new book "Miasteczko" a 2015 nominee for Central Europe Literary Award "Angelus".
Before the lecture it is our pleasure to present pianist Beatrix Roque Santana of Hungary.
The event is partially supported by Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Chicago.
$10 - European Brunch - 930a-11a
Free - Discussion, book signing - 11a-1p
Monday April 27th - Northern Illinois University invites you 2015 BFA Senior Actor Showcase. Its Meisner based classically trained actors will present both contemporary and classical scenes with a mix of monologues and reels. Scenes directed by Kay Martinovich. Private invite only event.
Wednesday April 29th - Turkish American Cultural Alliance (TACA) presents a discussion on the Armenian genocide with scholar and historian Dr. Mehmet Perincek. The evening concludes with the documentary film The Story of 1915 in Armenian Documents.
Admission is complimentary with reservation required, 808-638-1212.