Murder On The Nile
Murder. Mystery. Intrigue. And all the gin fizzes you can drink. Life is joyous for this newlywed, but things take a turn for the worse in a classic whodunit by Agatha Christie!
Jeremy, as Serge, returning to Theatre Above The Law in Rogers Park, this time as an ensemble member! Set in Paris, Art, which won the Tony Award for best play in 1998, revolves around three friends—Serge, Marc and Yvan—who find their once solid 15-year friendship on shaky ground when Serge buys an expensive painting. Lines are crossed, and they square off over the canvas.
The Elder Son
What do you do when you miss the train back home in the middle of winter in rural Russia? Whatever you can to get inside. And drink lots and lots of vodka. A heartwarming story of love, friendship, family, and belonging.
Much Ado About Nothing
Shakespeare in the Park! One of Shakespeare’s great comedies. You can’t go wrong.
The Laramie Project
On the 20th anniversary of the brutal murder of Matthew Shepard, The Aleatoric Theater Company retells his heartbreaking story, one that is unfortunately as relevant now as it was in 1998. A talented cast deftly takes on multiple roles.
Sorry! Wrong Chimney!
A Yuletide farce! Knee slaps! Mistaken hypnotism! Belly laughs! Exclamation points!
The Ages of Man
A Keystone-esque cop AND a father playing a make-believe bus driver who gets to fire a cannon? Jeremy at Theatre Above The Law in Rogers Park.
The Ages of Man is a series of short plays by Thornton Wilder. The Chicago Reader called this production “likely the best storefront play […] all year.” Read the full review here.
Shakespeare in the Park! This was a such fun one. The photo speaks for itself.
I Hate Hamlet
The ghost of John Barrymore returns from the dead to train the newly-casted Hamlet, Andrew Rally, how to be or not to be.