Dream Theatre Company presents Audience Annihilated Part 3: The Trouble with Angels

  • Posted : September 23rd, 2015
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Dream Theatre Company presents the 3rd of the critically acclaimed horror plays -AUDIENCE ANNIHILATED PART 3: THE TROUBLE WITH ANGELS by Jeremy Menekseoglu at Dream Laboratory located in Chicago’s Lincoln Square neighborhood at 5026 N. Lincoln Ave.

Part haunted house, part horror show, Dream Theatre Company once again shatters the boundary and blurs all lines between actor and audience with this third incantation in the AUDIENCE ANNIHILATED series. Audience members will chose one of two roles to play. To play the lead role, chose Angel (up to 4 people) and be completely immersed in the terrifying story interacting with the menacing figures around you. Or if you are too scared, you can choose to be a part of the gallery audience of 16, the Choir role is for you where you watch the horror unfold before your eyes. Each performance must have at least one Angel.

YOU stand in a dark woods, prickly branches reaching out towards your face. You’re on a trail that leads to the cabin where your mother has recently taken you to live. She has told you never to go outside, but she has been drinking more and more lately, and is so easy to disobey. The air is thick with the sounds of mosquitoes and feasting flies. The remains of a dead animal lies at your feet. YOU hear someone’s rattled breathing beside you.

Menekseoglu’s immersive experience has been deemed a “poetic phantasmagoric” and “thrillingly too close for comfort.” The Chicago Reader recognized Audience Annihilated in the 2014 Best of Chicago awarding it Best 15-Minute Horror Show and calling it “the most chilling horrific 15 minutes I’ve endured in a long time…you walk away from the experience feeling thrillingly alive.”

AUDIENCE ANNIHILATED PART 3: THE TROUBLE WITH ANGELS showtimes are on the hour and half hour and runs about 20 minutes. Doors open no more than 5 minutes prior to the performance and there is no late admission. Show times are 8 p.m., 8:30 p.m., 9 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. on October 23, 24, 25, 28, 29, 30 & 31 and November 1. Additional 10 p.m. performances will be added on October 30 & 31. AA3: THE TROUBLE WITH ANGELS features the ensemble including: Nicole Roberts, Anna W Menekseoglu, Amanda Lynn Meyer, Madelaine Schmitt, Kaitlin Stewart, Lauren Stanek, Nyle Kenning & Jeremy Menekseoglu. Stage Managed by Ellen Cullen. Production and design by the ensemble.

Reservations are required as seating is limited. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased via the Dream Theatre Company website at www.dreamtheatrecompany.com. For more information please contact Anna W Menekseoglu at 773-552-8616 or by email at [email protected].AUDIENCE ANNIHILATED PART 3: THE TROUBLE WITH ANGELS

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Babysitter Massacre ’78: The Musical at the Public House Theatre

  • Posted : September 23rd, 2015
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Babysitter Massacre ’78: The MusicalDid you ever hear that urban legend of “The Babysitter and the Man Upstairs?” You know, the one where the babysitter is getting harassing phone calls, so she calls the cops, they trace the call, and say it’s coming from inside the house?

Well it’s true you know. For six unlucky teenagers on New Years Eve Night, 1978, they’re gonna find out how true it is!

From the minds that brought you the hit shows, A NIGHTMARE ON BACKSTREET: A BOY BAND MUSICAL PARODY and BATES: AN 80’S PSYCHO MUSICAL PARODY, comes a new original show, making its world premier in Chicago.

If you like horror movie classics like, BLACK CHRISTMAS, HALLOWEEN, and WHEN A STRANGER CALLS

Show contains adult themes, language and violence. No admittance to anyone under 18.

Babysitter Massacre ’78: The Musical at the Public House Theatre run the entire month of October, 1-31. For additional information and tickets, visit http://pubhousetheatre.com/babysitter-massacre-78-the-musical/.

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Feathers and Teeth at the @GoodmanTheatre

  • Posted : September 23rd, 2015
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There’s a monster living in Chris’ home, but that’s not even her worst nightmare.

What was your greatest fear as a child? Monsters under your bed? Creatures in your closet? What if the scariest thing imaginable wasn’t an evil beast, but a person invading your home? Thirteen-year-old Chris is going to have to face her biggest fears when a mysterious woman moves into her home and hijacks her once-perfect family life. Will she make it out alive? Shrouded in fear of the unknown, Feathers and Teeth is a new horror comedy with plenty of bite.

Home-sweet-home turns into a haunted house for 13-year-old Chris when Carol—her stepmother from hell—moves in. Struggling with the recent death of her mother, Chris is convinced her father’s new live-in fiancé is evil, but she just can’t persuade Dad to her point-of-view. When a mysterious and potentially dangerous creature is found in the family’s backyard, Chris assumes it’s a sign from above to eliminate Carol once and for all. This imaginative world premiere—both bone-chilling and wildly funny—brings the notion of dysfunctional family drama to sensationally scary heights.

Written by Charise Castro Smith
Directed by Henry Godinez
September 28 – October 18, 2015 in the Owen

Additional details and tickets: http://www.goodmantheatre.org/feathers/

Feathers and Teeth

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Rosehill Cemetery Crypt 5K Run & Walk

  • Posted : September 23rd, 2015
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Saturday night, October 10 – 7:00 p.m. Start

Rosehill Cemetery
5800 N. Ravenswood Ave. (Just north of Bryn Mawr)
Chicago, IL

Check out fall’s most ‘spirited’ event! It’s the 4th annual 5K on the grounds of the north side’s historic Rosehill Cemetery. Run or walk on the sprawling 350-acre Victorian-era cemetery that opened in 1864. It’s by far the largest cemetery in the City of Chicago (and second largest in Illinois).

Monuments! Mausoleums! Scenic paths! And then there’s the eternal spirits who reside in Rosehill. Among them: more than 10 Chicago mayors, Oscar Mayer, John G. Shedd, Cubs’ announcer Jack Brickhouse, legendary adman Leo Burnett, Sears founder Julius Rosenwald and scores of Civil War vets are just a few of the souls who call Rosehill home.

In addition, there will also be a post run/walk party.

Tickets: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/rosehill-cemetery-crypt-5k-2015-tickets-16188201346

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/373911112807648/Rosehill Cemetery Crypt 5K Run & Walk

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A Celebration of Stephen King at the Music Box Theatre

  • Posted : September 23rd, 2015
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On Friday, October 16th, Consequence of Sound and The Music Box Theatre cordially invite you to attend “A Celebration of Stephen King”, a twisted, surreal prom night that culminates with a special midnight screening of Brian De Palma’s iconic 1976 classic, Carrie.

Ka is a wheel and that wheel will take us back to Eden High School, May 27th, 1979: The Black Prom.

All prospective students are asked to arrive around 10:30 p.m. at The Music Box Lounge, where themed art work, spinning vinyls, baked goods, photo opportunities, and drink specials will celebrate King’s most iconic works in addition to the 1979 graduating class of Eden High.

Be sure to dress your ’70s best, though. You wouldn’t want to be mistaken for a time traveler. After all, Carrie White isn’t the only King creation you need to worry about bumping into at the punch bowl. Randall Flagg, Jack Torrance, Pennywise … they’ll all be floating around.

For more information and tickets, visit http://www.musicboxtheatre.com/events/a-celebration-of-stephen-king-presented-by-cos-2015-oct-16-fri-midnight

Hat tip to KreepyLady Kristin for the heads up!

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