City Lit Theater
Become a City Lit subscriber and save at least 20% on your tickets, not to mention the many other benefits of subscribing, including discounted tickets for your friends, no service fees for telephone orders and an invitation to our annual Subscriber Appreciation Party where you can mingle with City Lit artists.
Your 2011-2012 subscription includes these great shows:
Alice's Adventures Under Ground by Christopher Hampton
Adapted from the writings of Lewis Carroll
Travel down the rabbit hole and through the looking glass of Lewis Carrol's examination in this adaptation that both plays with a classic story and examines Carrol's relationship with the girl who was the real-life inspiration for his stories. Directed by Terry McCabe.
Directed by Terry McCabe.
September 2-October 9, 2011
We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson
Adapted and Directed by Paul Edwards
A world premiere adaptation from the artist that brought you City Lit's fascinating recent adaptation of The Body Snatchers takes us to an isolated New England household with a dark secret. Paul Edwards explores the gothic and agoraphobic in this adaptation of Jackson's dark tale of love and devotion.
February 24-April 1, 2012
Opus 1861 Devised by Elizabeth Margolius and Terry McCabe
After the success of Season 31's Jeff-Recommended The Copperhead, City Lit's five-year commemoration of the Civil War during its sesquicentennial years continues with a fantastic new musical event weaving together 20 Civil War songs into a rich tapestry of history and harmony.
April 13-May 13, 2012
State Street by Kingsley Day and Philip LaZebnik
A world premiere production, this musical comedy takes us back into Chicago history, to before the Great Fire. Don't miss this fun glimpse into the city's history!
Directed by Sheldon Patinkin
May 25-June 24, 2012
Subscribers will also be offered free or discounted tickets to the following City Lit special events:
The Art of Adaptation
Our fourth annual festival of new, short apadtations celebrating the work of local artists and the art form that gave City Lit its start. July 8-10, 2011
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving
Adapted by Stephen F. Murray and Brian Pastor
A reimagining of last year's hit world premiere adaptation of the best Hallowe'en story ever: Ichabod Crane meets the Headless Horseman.
October 14-30, 2011
You'll get all four of the exciting subscription shows, plus the bold reimagining of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.
You get all five City Lit offerings for only $105. That's over 22% off the regular ticket price.
Subscribe by July 4 and you'll receive a free ticket to our fourth annual Art of Adaptation festival as a bonus gift.
This package entitles you to one ticket to each of our four subscription shows. The discounted rate of $88 is 20% off the regular ticket price.
This package also includes a free ticket to our annual Art of Adaptation Festival if you subscribe by July 4.
City Lit Theater (View)
1020 W. Bryn Mawr
Chicago, IL 60660
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