Rose Goff has done it again! Another Production! And her cast has a way of bringing much laughter to the audience in the hilarious Stage Play, Some Things You Just Can’t Fix. When 4 roommates try figuring out if living with one another was really the best choice, it calls for questioning friendship, bad decisions, finances or just plain regret especially when there are convenient maintenance men who does it all to make things better for the roommates living arrangements.Read more
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The years’-long bond between two Chicago police officers begins to unravel after a routine investigation leads to the death of a young boy.
Loosely based on an actual incident involving serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, A Steady Rain explores issues of loyalty, betrayal, friendship, and honor, as one of the cops has to take the blame for the boy’s death when the truth of what happened is eventually revealed.
Originally produced as the opening play in its inaugural season, Dirt Dogs Theatre Co. restages the gritty Chicago drama with an updated score composed by self-described “cinematic pop musician and performer," Hescher.Read more
The tender story of a wise and kind spider named Charlotte who devises a plan to save her friend, Wilbur the pig. Charlotte’s Web is the “just about perfect” tale of friendship, love and life.
Recommended for 3rd Grade and older.
An homage to Lorraine Hansberry’s 1959 play, A Raisin in the Sun, Clybourne Park examines the evolution of a Chicago neighborhood over a 50-year time span.
Act One takes place in 1959, as white community leaders anxiously try to stop the sale of a home to a Black family. Act Two is set in the same house in 2009, as the now predominantly Black neighborhood faces gentrification. With the same cast appearing in both acts, Clybourne Park examines how people and places evolve over time and play different roles in society’s progress—or the hindrance thereof.Read more