United Flight 232
Adapted and Directed by Vanessa Stalling from the book Flight 232 by Laurence Gonzales
Runs September 1 to October 21 at Chopin Upstairs Theatre, 1543 W. Division Street
2016 Joseph Jefferson Awards for Best Production of a Play (midsize) and Best Ensemble
Hatfield and McCoy
By Shawn Pfautsch
Original Songs by Shawn Pfautsch and Matt Kahler
Directed by Matt Hawkins
Runs January 19 - March 11, 2018 at Chopin Upstairs Theatre,1543 W. Division Street
Ellen Bond, Union Spy
Written by Jenni Lamb
Music, Lyrics, and Movement by Tanji Harper and Blu Rhythm Collective
Conceived and Directed by Jess McLeod
Runs March 30 - May 20, 2018 at Chopin Upstairs Theatre,1543 W. Division Street
The Magic Parlour
Starring Dennis Watkins
OPEN RUN Fridays at 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. and Saturdays at 4:30, 7:30 and 9:30 p.m.
The Palmer House Hotel, 17 E. Monroe St.
Created by Jake Minton, Phillip Klapperich, Kevin O'Donnell, and Tommy Rapley
Based on the story by E.T.A. Hoffmann
Directed and Choreographed by Tommy Rapley
Runs November 3 - December 30 at Chopin Upstairs Theatre,1543 W. Division Street
In addition to the productions listed above, The House provides varying levels of support for the following projects through the UChicago Performance Lab:
Start Me Up
a musical about Silicon Valley
Book by Peter Sagal
Lyrics by Clark Sterling and Peter Sagal
Music by Nolan Gasser
By Brett Neveu and Jason Narducci
Directed by Nathan Allen
The story of how punk rock saved the life of Dave Grohl (Nirvana, Foo Fighters).
Based on the works of Carlo Collodi
Adapted for the stage by Joey Steakley and Ben Lobpries
In this new adaptation, Pinocchio’s struggle to become a “real boy” has very contemporary implications.
Nova to Lodestar
By Nathan Allen, Lee Keenan, and Sandor Weisz
Nova to Lodestar is a live, asymmetric, cooperative game played by two teams in two separate rooms. Players take on the roles of submariners in a 19th century science fiction adventure.
Billy the Kid Plays Croquet
By Blake Montgomery
This absurd portrait of America, inspired by a tintype photograph of disputed and possibly fantastical provenance, explores our enduring national myths amid the ever-present threat of violence.
Single tickets for Season 16 productions go on sale June 30.
Memberships for the 16th season are now available.
For more information, visit http://www.thehousetheatre.com
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