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South Side of Heaven

South Side of Heaven

South Side of Heaven is a thought-provoking, irreverent and hilarious new show from The Second City exploring the many fates that propel our world and universe. From the cultural divide between Cubs and White Sox fans to the delicate distinction between dancing and stripping, South Side of Heaven rejoices in the earthly and ethereal. A President, an outgoing Mayor and a creepy TSA agent are all just part of the natural flow of South Side of Heaven.

After directing The Second City e.t.c.'s hit revue, The Absolute Best Friggin' Time of Your Life, Billy Bungeroth joins the Mainstage to direct South Side of Heaven, written by Edgar Blackmon, Holly Laurent, Timothy Edward Mason, Katie Rich, Sam Richardson and Tim Robinson. South Side of Heaven is performed by Edgar Blackmon, Sean Blake, Shad Kunkle, Holly Laurent, Adam Peacock and Katie Rich. Julie Nichols is Musical Director and Craig Taylor is Stage Manager. Stylist is Logan Vaughn. The producing team for South Side of Heaven 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, Monica Wilson.

Tickets for South Side of Heaven are available by phone at (312) 337-3992 or online at The show schedule and ticket prices are as follows:

Tuesday 8 pm $23.00
Wednesday 8 pm $23.00
Thursday 8 pm $23.00
Friday and Saturday 8 pm & 11 pm $28.00
Sunday 7 pm $23.00

Overnight Packages are available at The James, our partner hotel in Chicago. Contact our The Second City Box Office at (312) 337-3992 for more information.

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Recent Reviews
  • “3 ½ Stars – groundbreaking, richly textured and deliciously dark…you go to Second City to laugh, and assuming you’ve got a darker side, laugh you will.
    - Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune
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    Chicago Tribune, 4/15/2011
  • “...this latest revue gets very close to Heaven.
    -Kris Vire, Time Out Chicago
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    Time Out Chicago , 4/15/2011
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