Having completed a gut rehab of Bailiwick Repertory’s former home next door to Stage 773, Theater Wit opened its doors in 2010 as a well-appointed three-theater facility. In addition to its own shows, the company’s also playing host to itinerant companies both on a rental basis and in two-year residencies; the first long-term tenants are Stage Left Theatre and Bohemian Theatre Ensemble.
|Venue name:||Theater Wit||Contact:|
1229 W Belmont Ave
|Cross street:||between Racine and Lakewood Aves|
|Transport:||El stop: Brown, Purple (rush hrs), Red to Belmont Bus: 9, 77|
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