Sky’s the Limit (Weather Permitting)
While we’re bombarded with tornadoes, both politically and weather-related, the day to day news of our lives stays the same – saving our marriages, raising our kids and whether the American Dream is something we’ll ever be able to afford. As all Chicagoans know, our daily trials range from a summer with no sun to dodging car doors while using the bicycle lane to the latest zombie uprising, we remain cautiously optimistic that the sky’s the limit – unless, of course, there’s a blizzard, tsunami, or hail storm.
Matt Hovde, Jeff Award-winning Director & Second City Training Center Artistic Director, blends an exciting mix of e.t.c. veterans and new talent in Sky’s the Limit (Weather Permitting). Sky’s the Limit (Weather Permitting) was written by Tim Baltz, Aidy Bryant, Brendan Jennings, Jessica Joy, Michael Lehrer and Mary Sohn. The show's cast features Aidy Bryant, Michael Kosinski, Michael Lehrer, Tawny Newsome, Andel Sudik and Chris Witaske. Jesse Case on keyboard, guitar and drums, is Musical Director and brings his driving orchestrations to exciting new heights in this original revue. Kyle Anderson is Stage Manager and Lighting Designer. Stylist is Christina Dunne Anderson. The Assistant to the Director is Sabrina Harper. The producing team for Sky’s the Limit (Weather Permitting) 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 Sky’s the Limit (Weather Permitting) 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|
Second City seating is Cabaret Style seating so please be prepared share a table, make new friends, and have a lot of laughs!
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“...an honest-to-god candidate for the greatest hits collection.
- Tony Adler, Chicago Reader
Read Full Review”Chicago Reader, 7/28/2011
“...has practically everything you could wish for...a crackling success.
- Scott Morgan, Windy City Times
Read Full Review”Windy City Times, 7/27/2011