Orange Flower Water by Craig Wright
After years of maintaining a close, platonic friendship, David and Beth begin an inescapable love-affair with heartbreaking consequences. Through a series of theatrical, voyeuristic scenes which all take place on or around a single bed, we see the painfully intense unraveling of both troubled marriages and, eventually, the construction of a very fragile but authentic new beginning for everyone concerned. Written by one of the most promising young playwrights of this generation, Craig Wright's "Orange Flower Water" is an unsparing but ultimately hopeful examination of the unremitting need that humans beings have for one another. Directed by New Leaf Artistic Director Jessica Hutchinson.
Join us for the League of Chicago Theatres, Theatre Thursday on March 4th. Alliance Bakery treats and post-show discussion follow the performance.
Sunday Dinner and a 1/2 Price Show! :
The Fifty/50 restaurant, 2047 W Division, is offering a $20 prix fixe menu after the Sunday matinee of Orange Flower Water (OFW), which you'll see for only $10 with this deal! You can purchase this package for only $30 on each Sunday!
Make it a Chopin day by returning after the OFW matinee to see House Theatre's "Wilson Wants It All" (WWIA) starring BackStage Ensemble Member Rebekah Ward-Hays in the Chopin Main Stage! Two shows and dinner for only $42.50! Also available every Sunday.
To purchase: Click on the drop down, select the Sunday you'll attend, and choose either the $30 or $42.50 package! Easy as 1, 2, 3
1543 W. Division St.
Chicago, IL 60622
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|Wheelchair Accessible: No|