Time Out says
Posted: Wed Jan 29 2014
The host of some of the city’s most dynamic and creative storefront troupes, Wicker Park’s Chopin is a resolutely funky venue that consistently draws young audiences. In addition to a rotating door for visiting European companies, many of them Polish, the Chopin is a regular host to innovative companies such as the Hypocrites and the House Theatre of Chicago.
Chopin Theatre 1543 W Division St
What's on at Chopin Theatre
Writer Shawn Pfautch pulls out his finest slings and arrows for the House Theatre's new backstage meta-adaptation, in which the fictional Bad Settlement Theatre Company struggles to mount the perfect stage adaptation of Moby-Dick—which becomes an Ahab-like...
Theatrical experimenters The Mill return after a four-year hiatus with this adaptation of Charlotte Perkins Gilman's 1892 short story, about a bedridden woman who begins to hallucinate others trapped in the "sickly sulphur tint" of her bedroom walls.