A Rogers Park institution, Lifeline has occupied this 99-seat theater (a converted ComEd substation) since 1985. The company exclusively produces original—and sometimes staggeringly inventive—literary adaptations, with a three-play mainstage season and a three-play KidSeries.
|Venue name:||Lifeline Theatre||Contact:|
6912 N Glenwood Ave
|Cross street:||between Farwell and Morse Aves|
|Transport:||El stop: Red to Morse. Bus: 147, 155.|
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Lions in Illyria
Lifeline stages a new kid-friendly, anthropomorphic adaptation of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, in which young lioness Violet must disguise herself as a boy after becoming separated from her brother in a strange land.Comedy Until Sun March 1st 2015 FreeRead more6912 N Glenwood Ave Chicago Chicago