ILLEGAL USE OF THE HANDS at American Blues Theater

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American Blues Theater Presents A WORLD PREMIERE:

ILLEGAL USE OF HANDS
Written by ABT Artistic Affiliate James Still
Directed by Sandy Shinner

In a small town where buzzards feast on a dead Chevy and the local Wal-Mart hires only college graduates, three men wait out the night in the company of a high school football trophy they have rescued from obscurity. It’s a story about revenge, glory, and being a man—if only the characters could agree on what they can’t remember.
Run Time is 90 minutes with no intermission.

TICKETS: $19.00 ($10.00 OFF)
http://boxoffice.printtixusa.com/victorygardens/eventcalendar
Or Call the Box Office at (773)[masked]
Use the discount code: HIKE

GENERAL ADMISSION SEATING SO THE GROUP WILL SIT TOGETHER.
YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR PURCHASING YOUR OWN TICKET.

If there is interest, we will go out after the show for a Post Show Discussion/Socializing.

Victory Gardens is conveniently located in the heart of Lincoln Park at 2433 N. Lincoln Avenue, Chicago.
http://www.americanbluestheater.com/season-news/illegal-use-of-hands/directions-to-victory-gardens-biograph-theater/

Public transit:
By CTA train, take the Red, Purple and Brown lines to the Fullerton stop. Walk east on Fullerton to Lincoln, then north 1/2 block to the theater. The #8 Halsted, #11 Lincoln, #37 Sedgwick/Ogden, and #74 Fullerton CTA buses all stop at the corner of Fullerton and Halsted, 1/2 block south of the theater.
http://www.transitchicago.com

Parking:
Parking for Victory Gardens patrons is available for $6.00 at Children's Memorial Hospital located at 2316 N. Lincoln, 1/2-block south of Fullerton. This special discounted rate is authorized with your ABT ticket stub. Metered and street parking is available, but mind the neighborhood parking restrictions.
Valet parking is provided at the Biograph by Lake Shore Valet for $11.00, one hour before curtain.

For more information about American Blues Theater visit:
http://www.americanbluestheater.com/

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  • Sabrina

    Great show and friendly people! !!

    September 9, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Great energy from the actors and an interesting story.

    September 9, 2012

  • AlanB

    For me, the process was better than the product. Enjoyed meeting with the group members who showed up and getting into a small and intimate theater setting with great anticipation and excitement. And then slicing and dicing the production afterwards. The performance just didn't move me that much. It took a common theme and didn't do much exceptional with it. Having said that, it's like dating. You have to kiss a lot of frogs but the gem of a production is out there and it's looking for me as much as I'm looking for it. Can't wait for the next show.

    September 8, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    ILLEGAL USE OF HANDS is “Top 5 Things to Do”
    –Chicago Magazine

    September 5, 2012

    • A former member
      A former member

      I assume you didn't go last Friday? Call the Box Office and explain your situation: (773) 871-3000. Tell them you want to exchange the ticket to attend with the Meetup Group.

      September 5, 2012

    • A former member
      A former member

      Your right I didn't go. I will call them and see. If it's not sold out I don't see why they should care.

      September 5, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Follow the ILLEGAL USE OF HANDS Blog. First blog post from the playwright, James Still. Find out what it's like behind the scenes at rehearsal. http://www.americanbluestheater.com/2012/08/illegal-use-of-hands-blog/

    August 16, 2012

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