LISTING: Tell Me When It Hurts




Tell Me When It Hurts
November 30 – December 21, 2013
Three Cat Productions
Performing at the Berger Park Coach House Theater, 6205 N Sheridan Road, Chicago (Edgewater)
Tickets: $25 or 312.970.9840
Theater and Show Information: 312.970.9840
Playwright: Lisa Scott
Director: Jason Paul Smith

Three Cat Productions presents the world premiere production of Tell Me When It Hurts in partnership with the Chicago Park District’s Berger Park Coach House Theater at 6205 N. Sheridan Road (Edgewater by Granville el stop on Red Line).  Stripped of his hospital and rejected by his love, Dr. Guy Better is in crisis. All appears lost with his love interest, the intrepid scientist Kit Smart, who is in the midst of her own struggles for a sound mind and scientific success. Over the course of one night, a pair of off-kilter clinic patients, a surly police officer and an imaginary dog push the couple to catharsis and renewal. Inspired by the popular steampunk genre, Tell Me When It Hurts is ultimately a warm-hearted work about handling the blows of life with courage and compassion. With its mix of silliness and sincerity, the world premiere production is a great alternative to more traditional holiday fare.

Previews November 30 at 4:00pm & 7:30pm.
Opening is Thursday, December 5 at 7:30pm.
Performances through December 21 on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 7:30pm.   Matinee performance on Saturdays at 4:00pm.   (No Sunday Performances)

Ticket Prices:  Previews $20,  Regular Run $25, Special Offer $5 (First 5 Tickets to each performance – pricing ends on December 2).

Street parking (paybox until 9pm) is available on Granville, side streets, and Broadway.   (Limited parking lot is available.  Please call the box office for special arrangements).


About Three Cat Productions
Three Cat Productions was founded in 2007 with a mission to create connections between theater, music, audience and artists through the production of cabaret concerts, contemporary musicals and plays, the re-invention of classic work, the development of new works and new artists, and by creating educational and outreach opportunities for the Chicagoland community. Visit the web site at .