Originally written by James Wilkes, this play tells of Chicago during the reign and after the downfall of Al Capone (predominately from 1923 to 1943). With witty, fast paced dialogue, each of the trilogies is about an hour long and allows room for the leading actors to take the stage. There are three central characters: a showgirl, a boss-less mafia member and a revenge-thirsty police officer, and it’s all set in a tiny room, No. 661 at the Lexington Hotel. Appropriate for audiences over 18 only.