Celebrating 100 Revues, The Second City Presents, "Who Do We Think We Are?"
The Second City is proud to announce the opening of The Second City's 100th Revue: Who Do We Think We Are?. Reviewing press are invited to attend the show on Tuesday, April 17, 2012, at 8:00pm at The Second City Mainstage Theatre (1616 N. Wells St). A Grand Opening is scheduled for Wednesday, April 18, 2012, at 8:00p.
Barreling into election season, it's increasingly clear that all politics are personal. Life is not as black and white as it seems, both racially and metaphorically. It's also not as bad as it seems. In the midst of uncertainty, there are still plenty of joys to choose and celebrate – both intellectual and carnal. The Second City's 100th Revue: Who Do We Think We Are? explores the good, the bad and the ridiculous that makes us uniquely American and more importantly, makes us human.
After directing The Second City e.t.c. Jeff Award-winning revue (Best New Work, Best Production) Sky's the Limit (Weather Permitting), Matt Hovde takes up the helm to direct The Second City's 100th Revue: Who Do We Think We Are?, written and performed by Tim Baltz (Jeff Award-winner - Best Actor), Edgar Blackmon, Holly Laurent, Katie Rich, Mary Sohn and Steve Waltien. Musical Director Julie Nichols returns as Musical Director and Craig Taylor returns as Stage Manager. Stylist is Claire Kemmock. The producing team for The Second City's 100th Revue: Who Do We Think We Are? includes Chief Executive Officer & Executive Producer for The Second City, Andrew Alexander; President, Diana Martinez; Executive Vice President, Kelly Leonard; Producer, Alison Riley and Associate Producer, Jeremy Smith.
Tickets for The Second City's 100th Revue: Who Do We Think We Are? are available by phone at 312-337-3992 or online at www.SecondCity.com. The show schedule and ticket prices are as follows:
|Friday and Saturday||8 pm & 11 pm||$28.00|