Chicago Solo Theatre "Solo Saturdays" -New! Offering BYOB!!!
BYOB!!! Bring your alcoholic beverage of choice to enjoy during the performance. You can still get lots of tasty non-alcoholic beverages from Overflow Coffee Bar too.
Chicago Solo Theatre is dedicated to producing the finest solo plays and storytelling events in the Midwest. David Boyle, Founder/Artistic Director
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Debbi Welch, Laura Scruggs, Ricky Harris and Janna Sobel take the stage along with host David Boyle.
Debbi Welch has told her stories at a number of Chicago storytelling venues, including This Much is True, Story Sessions, and Story Lab. An advocate for young writers and performers, she's currently president of the board of Young Chicago Authors - an organization that transforms the lives of young people by cultivating their voices through writing, publication and performance education. Debbi will be performing in May at Is This a Thing?
Laura Scruggs is a Network Playwright at Chicago Dramatists, The Internship Program Director for The Chicago Fringe Festival and a member of The Dramatists Guild. Most recently, she performed at Salonathon, The Chicago Home Theater Festival, Loose Chicks, StoryLab and as Fairy Freak Finooza in "Six Stories Up, Up and Away," with Tekki Lomnicki. She will be performing "Punk Grandpa" again at The 2014 Orlando International Fringe Festival and in Chicago at Stage 773 on May 25th at 2 pm, alongside her friend, Erin Kelly Outson's one woman show, "Hip Hop Grandma."
David Boyle is the founder/artistic director of Chicago Solo Theatre. He has performed at Story Lab, This Much Is True, Essay Fiesta, Ragdale Ring Series and Story Sessions and looks forward to appearing in Adult Education at the Acorn Theatre in Three Oaks Michigan in August. He has written and performed 2 full-length solo plays; "An Accidental Organist" and "You Don't Have To Be A Whore".
We have limited permit parking available in the lot behind our building. First come, first serve.
To get your parking permit, please pull up to the flashing zone heading South on State Street in front of Overflow Coffee Bar. Parking permits are available for $5 at the Box Office (opens half hour before the show). Cash is preferable, but we do take credit card.
Other options include street meter parking for $2 an hour, or you can use the valet parking service with the Tapas Valencia restaurant just north a half block from us.
The State buses 29 & 62 stop at 16th Street. Michigan buses 1, 3, & 4 stop at 16th as well, and then just walk west two blocks to our building.
The Roosevelt train stop is a short 10-15 minute walk away, or you can catch a bus to come down State Street to 16th.
There is a Divvy bike station at 16th and State.
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1550 S State St
Chicago, IL 60605
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|