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The Second City e.t.c.'s 39th Revue-Soul Brother, Where Art Thou?
The Second City e.t.c.'s 39th Revue-Soul Brother, Where Art Thou?

About The Show

Soul Brother, Where Art Thou? hilariously explores the ups and downs of modern life - our co-dependent relationship with technology, the paranoid perils of online dating and battling the loud chorus of judgment we hear in our heads and from the world around us. From the very real threat of fatal peanut allergies to the embarrassment of miscast warriors, Soul Brother, Where Art Thou? searches for common ground and kindred spirits.


Written and/or Performed By:

*Carisa Barreca, *Lisa Beasley, Aasia LaShay Bullock, Peter Kim, Katie Klein,  Julie Marchiano, *Scott Morehead, *Eddie Mujica, *Tim Ryder, Adam Schreck, *Rashawn Nadine Scott,


Directed By: Anthony LeBlanc

Musical Direction, Original Music, Sound Design: *Alex Kliner 

Musical Director: Nick Gage



Directed By: Anthony LeBlanc

Musical Direction, Original Music, Sound Design: Alex Kliner and Nick Gage

Stage Manager: Laura Hum


Assistant to the Director: Tiffany Swalley

Set Design, Graphic Design: Bob Knuth

Projection Design: Greg Mulvey

Lighting Design, Technical Director: Kyle Anderson

Stylist: Rachel S. Parent


CEO/Executive Producer: Andrew Alexander

President Second City Theatricals & Touring Companies: Erica Daniels

Vice President of Brand & Marketing: Tyler Alexander

Producer: Alison Riley

Associate Producer: Jeremy Smith

Publicity & Communications Director: Robin Hammond

Marketing Manager: Jana Liles

*Asterisks denote member of original ensemble.

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3 (Out of 4) Stars...‘Soul’ finds its groove...a funny show. 


Chris Jones 
Chicago Tribune 

a dynamic cast… 


Darel Jevens 
Chicago Sun-Times 

rises to impressive peaks...very smart. 


Zach Freeman 
New City Chicago 

fast-paced, high energy romp that will have you in hysterics 


Alan Bresloff 
Around the Town Chicago 

shocks of recognition that emerge as laughter 


Larry Bommer 
StageandCinema.com 

two hour laugh fest...a good-time destination filled with honest, raw humor 


Tom Williams 
Chicago Critic 

a show worth repeat visits 


Dan Zeff 
Chicagoland Theatre Reviews 

...terrific ?? well written, well performed, well directed, and funny 


J. Scott Hill 
Chicago Stage Review