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FREE tickets! CIRCLE PLACE, an instant soap opera in 12 episodes (improv drama)
We're papering the house! It's our closing night, and that means FREE TICKETS for Meetup! Theatre Momentum presents: Circle Place, an instant soap opera in 12 episodes Production by the ensemble. A world premiere, created nightly. Circle Place is Theatre Momentum’s instant soap opera, entrenched in the stylized and heightened drama of real soap operas. Every actor portrays the ongoing narrative of a single character, as this intricate drama unfolds. Come join us at Circle Place… A place of love A place of envy A place of hope A place of betrayal What will you find… at Circle Place? CIRCLE PLACE is Allison Asher, Charlotte Atlee, Anita Brown, Elijah Cox, Matthew Hellon Hodges, Buddy King, Brenton Pfaff, Havah Roussel, Joe Sergio, Jackie Sestak, Brooke Simkins, Hannah Mary Simpson, Benjamin St. John, Warren Stokes, and Nicole Stull. Directed by Tony Rielage (Artistic Director) Performances: Friday and Saturday nights, 8:30 PM through November 17 Location: Pendulum Space 1803 W. Byron St Suite 216 Chicago, IL 60613 Tickets: FREE for you! Use the code "MeetupPaper" to get your free tickets. Get your tickets here: http://theatremomentum.com/circle-place/ Stick around after the show to talk to the cast and mix and mingle with other Meetup folks over at Goldies Bar! See you then!

Theatre Momentum

1803 W. Byron Street #216 · Chicago, il

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Exploring the culture and night life of Chicago can get expensive.

We have a discussion group on facebook, if you would like to join and discuss upcoming event ideas and things like that: https://www.facebook.com/groups/771200826332471/
Anyone can join, so please come on by!

This is a meetup group for things a little more on the inexpensive side- a great for parties, discount theatre tickets, bar discounts, free billiards nights, free days at museums, trips to the zoo, etc.

The less expensive it is to go out, the *more* we can all get together!

We'll see if we can get group discounts to some events, explore some "free days" at museums, go visit cheap greasy spoon diners, throw parties, etc.

I'm actually opening up the meetup so you can make suggestions of anything that's free and cheap in Chicago. Please bear in mind, while "free" is easy, "cheap" is relative.

Try to keep things inexpensive- if it's an item where there's a discount, a 50% discount is really sweet, but not if the cost is still something like $30. And don't just dump every little promotion you can think of here; that could go crazy. Use your good judgment, and let's find some terrific events to go to.

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