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The Second City is proud to announce the opening of the comedy theater’s 109th original revue, Together at Last. This long-awaited moment comes more than two years after the opening of Do You Believe in Madness? in 2019. The press opening for Together at Last is set for Thursday, October 14th at 7:00 p.m. The brand-new show is performed and written by returning ensemble members Mary Catherine Curran, Sarah Dell’Amico, Asia Martin, Jordan Savusa, Adam Schreck and new cast member Evan Mills. The show is directed by Anneliese Toft with musical director Jeff Bouthiette and associate director Erica Elam. Jaci Entwisle returns as stage manager.
“707 days is the longest Second City has ever gone between Mainstage openings. We’re so thankful to our incredibly supportive and patient audience, and we think the final product is more than worth the wait,” says Jon Carr, Executive Producer.
“This show is a celebration of how we have persisted and even thrived during these impossibly difficult times. From laughing at the sheer absurdity of our current reality to cheering for our tiny wins, the cast of Together at Last is focused on uniting our audiences and giving people an incredible night out,” says Anneliese Toft, the show’s director and Creative Director for The Second City.
The producing team includes Jon Carr (Executive Producer), Elizabeth Howard (VP of Production), Parisa Jalili (Chief Operating Officer), and Thomas J. Troup II (Production Manager). Tickets start at $29.00 and are available by phone at 312-337-3992 or online at secondcity.com. The show schedule is as follows: Wednesdays @ 7pm; Thursdays - Saturdays @ 7pm & 10pm; Sundays @ 7pm.
The Second City takes the health and safety of its patrons, talent, students, and staff very seriously. In addition to strict sanitization standards, capacity limits, and increased space between theater seating, proof of vaccination is required for anyone 12 years old and up entering the building. Masks are required indoors at all times except when eating or drinking.