Monday, October 7, 2013
at Mrs. Murphy & Sons Irish Bistro (Second Floor) at 3905 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60613
Doors open at 7:00pm (cash bar; full menu available)
Performances begin at 7:30pm
Tickets: $20 (in advance), $25 (at the door)
Please join Three Cat Productions for the Three Cat Variety Hour: A Fundraiser. All proceeds will go to fund the 2013/14 Season. Showcasing a portion of our work, Three Cat Production artists will entertain our audiences through storytelling and song. Part variety show and part open mic, Three Cat Variety Hour will also feature you! Bring a story, a song, a poem, or even a short monologue to share with our loving audience. (Sign-up at the door.) There will be prizes for Audience Favorite and Most Original.
John Behling, Eli Branson, Sean Effinger-Dean, Rob Dorn, Tina Gluschenko Maloney, Jill Howe, Lisa Scott, Jason Paul Smith, Rachael Smith, Peter Storm, and you.
About the Season:[tabs style=”1″] [tab title=”Mainstage Season“]
Three Cat Productions 2013/14 mainstage season kicks off in fall with Joint Attention, a drama about the struggles of a young couple with an autistic child, by Pat Curtis. For the holidays, Three Cat presents Tell Me When It Hurts, a farcical romantic comedy, by Lisa Scott. The season concludes in spring with a new musical revue, Hang Your Hat at Mr. K’s, about the stars who performed at one of Chicago’s most famous jazz clubs; book written by Jarrin Davis.[/tab] [tab title=”Festivals”]
The 2014 Chicago New Work Festival will be held from Jan. 6 to Feb. 1, 2014. Eight playwrights will be invited to participate based on their submissions. The Chicago New Work Festival is development-oriented. Each invited playwright will be paired with a director, and the playwright-director team will be assigned a week of the festival to workshop the play, with a staged reading at the end of the week.
Cabaret on the Lake coming in Spring 2014
SOLO Chicago coming in August of 2014[/tab] [tab title=”Three Cat Education”]
Three Cat Education is presenting the Tin Man of Oz this Fall. In the Tin Man of Oz, we meet a boy, a lion cub, and a farmer who hopes to scare away some birds. Our Three Cat Education actors will use music, sketch and puppetry to examine just what happened before The Wonderful Wizard of Oz! Tin Man of Oz will include roles for non-singers and non-dancers as well as for those who want to sing and dance. The show will be written specifically for and BY the students who audition. We take great care to make sure we have a place for all. Each child’s individual talents are used to create a production uniquely theirs.[/tab] [/tabs]