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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Irish playwright Conor McPherson's 2009 work is inspired by the same Daphne DuMaurier story of winged attackers as Alfred Hitchcock's film, though like Hitchcock, McPherson uses DuMaurier as a jumping off point for a tale that departs from the original,...Drama Thursday July 2 2015 - Sunday July 19 2015Read more
First produced by Chicago's About Face Theatre and the Museum of Contemporary Art in 2006, Frank Galati and Stephen Flaherty's musical adaptation of the works of Gertrude Stein gets a revival via Kokandy Productions. Allison Hendrix directs.Musicals Saturday July 18 2015 - Sunday August 30 2015Read more