- $50 for two tickets to any show in the 2015–16 season (up to $120 value)
- Tickets can be used by one person for two shows or by two people for one show
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- Cocked (February 12–March 16): An attorney and her girlfriend have a strong relationship, a comfortable life in Andersonville, and a firm stance on gun safety. But all that is thrown into turmoil when her estranged (and troubled) brother shows up uninvited at their door. What results in this world-premiere dark comedy written by Chicago playwright Sarah Gubbins is the blurring of lines and the bubbling up of secrets.
- Hillary and Clinton (April 1–May 1): Guggenheim Fellow Lucas Hnath imagines another universe very similar to our own in this world-premiere political fantasy. A woman named Hillary is poised to lose a 2008 primary election when her husband Bill arrives to save the day—but things don’t go exactly as planned and soon Hilary must decide what she’s willing to sacrifice to gain the power she craves.
- The House That Will Not Stand (June 10–July 10): Playwright Marcus Gardley (The Gospel of Lovingkindness) once again peels back the veil of history in this midwest premiere, looking this time at life for free black women in 1836 New Orleans. Common-law marriages with white men of means were permitted, but that doesn’t seem likely to protect Beartrice and her daughters when her husband dies under questionable circumstances. The life she’s built on the uncertain foundation of money and secrets suddenly threatens to collapse amid music, comedy, and even voodoo.
Victory Gardens Theater
Victory Gardens Theater, a Tony winner for Outstanding Regional Theatre, produces world premiere productions. Since its multimillion dollar renovation of the Biograph Theater and its surrounding ectoplasm in 2006, Victory Gardens has called the historic landmark its home. One of the theater's 2010 premieres went on to become a Pulitzer Prize finalist. The Theater is devoted to artistic excellence and creating a vital and contemporary American Theater that is accessible to all people through its productions of fresh and challenging plays.