My Kingdom for a Line!

The Improvised Shakespeare Company

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2018

Venue Berlind Theatre

OVERVIEW

This dynamic group of five Chicagoans will improvise a Shakespearean masterpiece based on an audience-suggested title. These costumed improvisers weave a play in the complex, often rhyming language and themes of Shakespeare’s time, complete with spontaneous songs. The night could reveal a comedy, tragedy, or a history play. Don’t worry, if you wonder where the story is going, so do they!

 

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Director’s Circle members receive concierge seating through the McCarter Development Office. Contact us to purchase tickets or to learn more.

 

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PERFORMANCES

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