THORPEDO PRODUCTIONS and STAGE 773 are in full swing for our latest production!
If you’re in Chicago and want to Laugh at Love and drink some fancy love-themed cocktails, this is the place to be! Tickets are avail here
FEBRUARY 3 – FEBRUARY 24 | $12 – $15
Explore the many facets of Love in a theatrical journey with Thorpedo Productions. Stories of love, lovers and love gone wrong are scripted and performed for you by some of Chicago’s most talented up-and-coming actors, writers and directors. Stop in early to grab a love-inspired cocktail from Stage 773’s full bar.
Featuring: Amanda Carson, Nathaniel Fishburn, Andrew Kudla, Matthew Lunt, Priya Mohanty, Cassidy Rose Morey and Neil O’Callaghan. Co-directed by: Tara Baron, Lisa Lennington, Kit Rivers and Andrew Thorp
Rule 34 is back and more live than ever! We covered X-Files last week and are talking Star Trek tomorrow night! Grab tickets here.
The Rule 34 podcast is hosted by four Chicago comedians who explore the world of fetishes, porn and internet sexiness. Enjoy a live show on Saturdays at Midnight through February. Created by Rob Holmes, Lisa Lennington, Judson Russel and Andrew Thorp.
Keep updated and check out archived episodes here: http://rule34.podbean.com/
Published on Dec 9, 2012
The Holidays aren’t all fun and games. Celebrate your dysfunction as Thorpedo Productions shines a candle on the ugliness of the season.
At Stage 773
1225 West Belmont Avenue Chicago, IL 60657
Call (773) 327-5252 for tickets
Fridays at 8pm — December 14, 21, 28
Kerri Morrison, Kristen Noel Glogowski, Sean Cooley, Gary Pascal, Gannon Reedy, Heidi Cheek
Video for Ony Fails Tv : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VT8ayJ6D1T4&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DVT8…
I am excited to be a co-director of this awesome show on Saturdays at Midnight in Donny’s Skybox Theater! The run is Feb 11th – March 17th. for tickets, call 312.337.3992 or visist secondcity.com. feel free to hit me up with questions!
Drew Current, Alex Mack, Keri Mack, and I made this short a year ago and it is still my favorite. We were told to stop screaming because there was a show going on right next to us. Oh, the good ol’ days.