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The subscription covers a single ticket to each of the three main productions. It also entitles you to $5 tickets to all readings in the 2014 Chicago New Work Festival, all Cabaret On The Lake concerts, and all performances in SOLO Chicago. Subscribers also will receive a 20% discount on any Three Cat Education class during the year
Joint Attention by Pat Curtis
When a young couple’s son is diagnosed with autism, they grapple with the extraordinary challenges that follow. Conflicting medical opinions and an abundance of inconsistent information might be the least of their challenges. As they struggle to accept and understand their son’s condition, they discover life’s more ordinary issues won’t wait. Joint Attention explores the pitfalls of a still poorly understood condition and the dedication and determination required to address it.
Tell Me When It Hurts by Lisa Scott
Stripped of his ER, thwarted in his career ambitions, and rejected by his love interest, Dr. Guy Better is in crisis. Over the course of one night, a pair of off-kilter clinic patients, a surly police officer and an imaginary dog embodying philosopher Immanuel Kant push him to catharsis and renewal. Playing with the fantastical and the absurd, Tell Me When It Hurts blends sincerity and silliness to create an ultimately warm-hearted work about the real pain of living.
Hang Your Hat at Mister K’s book by Jarrin Davis
Step into the old Chicago’s jazz scene as Ella, Barbra and the crew take us on a red-hot ride in the new musical revue Hang Your Hat at Mr. K’s. Told through the eyes of a cook and bellhop, who watch as magic unfolds, the story draws from the history of one Chicago’s most famous jazz clubs, Mr. Kelly’s, which during its operation from 1957 to 1975 launched many great careers. The show is packed with music, comedy and dance to delight both those who remember the time and those who are new to the vibrant history of Chicago jazz.