What You'll Get
Chicago's Annoyance Theater has been gaining widespread attention for its boundary-breaking shows for over 25 years. Their first big success came with Co-Ed Prison Sluts, Chicago's longest-running musical, followed by The Real Live Brady Bunch, a theatrical recreation of the 1970s TV show that starred then-unknowns Jane Lynch and Andy Richter and eventually played in productions around the country. Annoyance Theater's new show, House Party, 1923: Obsession, is set at the estate of a mysterious millionaire. During a party, four young lovers must contend with desire, infatuation and perception. The writers and performers will break the fourth wall, allowing audience members to take on roles in this intriguing story.
The Fine Print
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