Join Three Cat Productions for our fifth season of new work. We have an exciting line-up of work you will only see at Berger Park. From our three main stage premieres, two main stage solo productions, our festivals and monthly events, Three Cat Productions celebrates artists as only we can. Consider subscribing to our new season. For only $60 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)
A World Premiere Play by Fouad Teymour
October 25 to November 25, 2017
While confined in a suffocatingly tight container, Blue Fish ponders about the state of the universe and his quest for freedom, and tries to concoct a plan for escape. Meanwhile, the artist who drew him must meet a deadline to realize her dreams. Can they work together to achieve their aims? (This play is inspired by a painting by Maryam Gaber.)
by Gabriella Bonamici, Dolores Diaz, Wendy Schmidt, Lisa Scott, and Laura Scruggs
November 30 to December 30, 2017
Three Cat Production is celebrating the holidays with an all new Holiday Event. The Holiday Radio Hour takes us back to Christmas 1942. Featuring “The Gift of the Magi” by O. Henry, “The Little Match Girl” by Hans Christian Anderson, “A Kidnapped Santa Claus” by L. Frank Baum, and “The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle” By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. 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.
A New Musical By Gary Gimmestad
May 3 to June 9, 2018
Once your over 50 in the gay community, you become invisible. In Park Bench, we meet Bruce and Jeff a couple who has been together for 20 years. They struggle with ideas of gay marriage, love, and reinventing your self for the next chapter in their lives.
Mainstage Solo Season
A World Premiere Play By David Finney
October 30 to November 25, 2017
Avenge Our Blood is a play about the Bedrosian family (fictional) caught up in a storm of violence that began in Turkey in 1915 and became known as the Armenian genocide. The play is based on an historical event: the stand-off between Turkish soldiers and a group of Armenians who fought for their lives on a mountain called Musa Dagh.