Two Gentlemen of Verona: April 10 & 17

“Didst thou but know the inly touch of love
Thou wouldst as soon go kindle fire with snow
As seek to quench the fire of love with words.”

April 10 & 17
Atlantic Bar & Grill, 5062 N Lincoln Ave
7:30 (Doors open at 7:00)
$5 at the Door.

Charlie Baker (10th)
Robbie Bersano (10th)
Erin Caswell Brutscher (17th)
Bill Daniel (10th)
Nathan Ducker (17th)
Jessica Goforth (17th)
Dawn Haley (17th)
Sarah Hazel (10th)
Keyanna Khatiblou (10th/17th)
Kevin Johnson (17th)
Kate Lass (10th/17th)
Izis Mollinedo (17th)
Kaelea Ravensky (17th)
Lisa Tosti-Sauro (10th)
Aiyanna Wade (10th)
JD Whigham (10th)
Lana Whittington (10th/17th)

Sarah Jean Tilford (10th)
Aiyanna Wade (17th)

Another disquieting romp through toxic masculinity, Two Gents tells the story of how a Love -Connection becomes a Love-Triangle, then a Love-Parallelogram, then a sort of Love-Gordian-Knot. Clever servants, clever lovers who impersonate clever servants, True Love and a bit with a dog! You’ll find yourself asking “Who is Sylvia?” before wondering aloud, “Who in their right mind would think these men should be allowed to act this way?”

Twelfth Night Photos!

Photos from our first performance of Twelfth Night 2018 are up!

You can see more of them here.

Photos courtesy of iNDie Grant Productions

2018 Season Lineup

Art by The Monster Ghost

Thanks and thanks to our outstanding audience for helping us ring in the Twelfth Night! Here’s our lineup for the 2018 Season:

January: Twelfth Night

April: Two Gentlemen of Verona

July: King John

October: Romeo & Juliet

Stay tuned for more!

Twelfth Night ’18

Art by The Monster Ghost

Twelfth Night rides again!

You can come see us this January 10th and 17th at the Atlantic Bar & Grill, 5062 N Lincoln Ave. $5 at the door.

Stick around for the announcement of our 2018 season immediately after each show!

“Now comes the trout that must be caught with tickling.”

Photos from Coriolanus are up!

Our closing show of 2017 is now archived on our Photo pages. Check out the full spread here!

Coriolanus at the Public House Theater

Buy your tickets here!

We close our seventh season with Coriolanus, the Roman tragedy that pits elitism against ignorance. Hero of the patricians and blight to the plebeians, Caius Martius has been instrumental in Rome’s military victories, particularly those with the Volsces and their commander, the tremendous warrior Auffidius. But when Martius is rewarded for his latest victory with a new honor, he soon discovers that power comes with a price; a price he is unwilling to pay. With petty, gossiping commons and an insufferably elitist lead, it’s hard to say who the hero of this story is. But in true Unrehearsed style, the audience gets to make that decision for themselves: in the moment, moment to moment.

Oct 9 & 16, 7:30 (doors open at 7:00)
The Public House Theater
3914 N Clark St
$10 (at the door, or online here)

Richard II photos (July 18)

Photos are up from our first performance of Richard II. You can see more here.

Photos courtesy of the consistently incredible Indie Grant Productions.

Measure For Measure: 2nd Night Photos

New photos are up from our last night of Measure For Measure!
“Some rise by sin, and some by virtue fall.”

Happenstance moved us into a new venue for our closing show, but this proved quite a benefit for photos.

The rest of the photos here.

Richard II

Richard II Unrehearsed is coming to Chicago July 18 and 25.

This story of a petulant ruler being forcibly ousted from power resonates strongly with our current climate. Richard finds his humanity only when all is lost.

Featuring the longest sentence in the Shakespearean canon, a hilarious sequence involving gloves, non-violent regime-change, and the famous dungeon speech, Richard II shows us that even a narcissistic despot can find redemption, but only with sacrifice.


New Photos: Measure For Measure

New photos are up from our first night of Measure For Measure!
“Some rise by sin, and some by virtue fall.”

The rest of the photos here.