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New Meetup: Theater Outing - Neverwhere

From: Leane
Sent on: Thursday, May 6, 2010 1:11 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for The Chicago Sci-Fi/Fantasy Meetup Group!

What: Theater Outing - Neverwhere

When: Saturday, June 12,[masked]:00 PM

Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood Ave.
Chicago, IL 60626

Join us at Lifeline Theatre for a show based on the urban fantasy novel Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman. It's sure to be entertaining!

NOTE: You are responsible for your own ticket. Ticket prices are as follows and can be bought online. In fact, I recommend that you buy your ticket online to ensure a spot.
Adult Ticket $30.00
Student Ticket $15.00
Senior Ticket $25.00

NOTE: In order to guarantee that our seats will be together, make sure to arrive at the theater by 7:00pm. If you arrive later, you may not get a seat adjacent to the group.

Lifeline Theatre is a reserved seat house. The Box Office will provide your assigned seat location upon arrival at the theatre.


When Richard Mayhew stops to care for an injured girl on the street, he is drawn into a nightmare shadow world beneath the city of London. To return to his normal life, Richard must brave countless trials, uncover the truth behind a dark conspiracy, and face the indomitable Great Beast. Journey to London Below with a rogues? gallery of liars, outcasts and assassins, on a treacherous voyage to awaken the hero within. By the award-winning adaptor and director of The Island of Dr. Moreau.

A world premiere based on the urban fantasy by Neil Gaiman
Adapted by Robert Kauzlaric
Directed by Paul S. Holmquist


Lifeline Theater:

We are conveniently located near public transportation - just half a block south of the Morse El stop on the CTA Red Line and a short walk from the Rogers Park stop on the Union Pacific Line. CTA buses #22 and #96 both come within a few blocks of Lifeline.

Lifeline Theatre now has a designated parking lot, which may be used for ALL performances -- and any Lifeline activity. Through the exertions of our local SSA and our neighborhood bank (First Commercial), Lifeline visitors will now have full use of the parking lot at the NE corner of Morse and Ravenswood (which is one very short block west of Clark Street), about six blocks from the theatre. Use it anytime you're coming to Lifeline, day or night!

You may be able to find parking in other lots in the neighborhood, but please read their signs carefully so that you don't get towed.

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