2015-2016 Season

Season-poster-2015-16Join Three Cat Productions for our third season of new work. We have an exciting line-up of work you will only see at Berger Park. From our three mainstage premieres to our festivals and monthly events, Three Cat Productions celebrates artists as only we can. Consider subscribing to our new season. For only $55 get premium seating at all productions,  enjoy meet and greets with our cast and crew, and support Chicago’s growing artistic community. (Senior Season Subscriptions are $35)

SUBSCRIBE NOW

To download and mail in your season subscription,  please download the form here and mail it to:

Three Cat Productions
Berger Park Cultural Center
6205 N Sheridan Road
Chicago, Il 60660

A World Premiere

Death in a Beulah Box

November 4 to November 29, 2015

beulahlogoThe place – a “beulah box”, the ubiquitous raggedy beauty salon of Chicago’s South Side. The people – three “transplants,” or African Americans who have escaped to the queer-friendly North Side. What draws each back here, to the dangerous place where they grew up? Death in a Beulah Box is a pressure cooker of the psychological wounds of racism, and how African Americans’ choices over healing those wounds, or not, pit them against each another.

 

A Collection of Nine Unique Holiday Tales

Holiday Stories

December 2, 2015 to January 3, 2016

holidaylogoIt’s a new tradition! Three Cat Productions brings you the second annual Holiday Stories — The Other Side of Christmas. Eight playwrights & composers explore what it means to be an outsider on the biggest, most commercial, and most televised event of the year! Join us for drama, wacky humor, adorable actors, and some truly transcendent four-part harmony that will chase away your “I Can’t Believe It’s the Holidays Again” blues.

 

The Rush Street Musical Revue

At Mister Kelly’s

May 13 to June 12, 2016

kelly'slogoMister Kelly’s was a tiny supper club located at 1028 N. Rush Street from 1957 to 1975. Artists entered the stage from the kitchen, and there was only room for 150 people. But the history that passed through that club was huge. Sarah Vaughn, Ella Fitzgerald, Barbra Streisand, and Barry Manilow sang there. A surprising list of comedians from Bob Newhart to Phyllis Diller to Richard Prior got their start at the club. Travel back in time and hang your hat “At Mister Kelly’s” in this musical homage to an icon of Chicago history.

 

Additional Events

Your season subscription also includes tickets to the Chicago New Work Festival, as well as, priority access to the Cabaret on the Lake and Next Draft series.