All Our Tragic

Theater

Drama

Wicker Park

Until Sun Oct 5

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    John Taflan and Erin Barlow in The Hypocrites' All Our Tragic at the Den Theatre

  • Photograph: Evan Hanover

    Tien Doman and Walter Briggs in The Hypocrites' All Our Tragic at the Den Theatre

  • Photograph: Evan Hanover

    Geoff Button and Erin Barlow in The Hypocrites' All Our Tragic at the Den Theatre

  • Photograph: Evan Hanover

    Walter Briggs, Erin Barlow, Tien Doman, Lindsey Gavel, Dana Omar and Emily Casey in The Hypocrites' All Our Tragic at the Den Theatre

  • Photograph: Evan Hanover

    William Bennett, Breon Arzell, Maximillian Lapine, Christopher James Bryant, Rashaad Hall, Kevin Matthew Reyes and Danny Martinez in The Hypocrites' All Our Tragic at the Den Theatre

  • Photograph: Evan Hanover

    Emily Casey in The Hypocrites' All Our Tragic at the Den Theatre

Photograph: Evan Hanover

John Taflan and Erin Barlow in The Hypocrites' All Our Tragic at the Den Theatre

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  • Name:

    The Den Theatre

  • Address:

    The Den Theatre 1329–1333 N Milwaukee Ave
    West Side
    Chicago

  • Cross Street:

    at Paulina St

  • Venue phone:

    773-398-7028

  • Venue website:

    thedentheatre.com

  • Transport:

    El stop: Blue to Division. Bus: 9, 50, 56.

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    1. The Den Theatre
      • 1329–1333 N Milwaukee Ave
        West Side
        Chicago
      • 773-398-7028
      • thedentheatre.com
      • 41.906067,-87.670541
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    Theater. Drama

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All Our Tragic 2015

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Parijat S
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It was quite awful. I ended up walking out after enduring about 4 hours of it. The script was the worst part and a lot of good acting talent was wasted. The most galling part was just how juvenile the humor was. It felt like a college or high school production gone terribly wrong.

Flannery M

I agree with the other commenter that this was an awful production. I'm mystified as to why it is getting overwhelmingly positive reviews. The humor was asinine, the script terrible. A huge waste of a promising cast. I, too, left halfway through. Unfortunately for the people I went with, I'm told it only got worse. There are too many good theater productions in Chicago to waste your time and money on this one.