The world is full of possibilities and they're all beyond reach. In this new immersive staging of Bogosian's standard, let yourself be completely surrounded by a world just outside your grasp.
An evening of radio & radioesque short plays by Samuel Beckett, Jean Cocteau, & Chicago playwright Paul Rekk. Sit back, relax, and learn how not to trust your ears.
In this overlooked classic of absurdism, two men spend a lifetime navigating the corporate world (and pinball). In this staging of an overlooked classic of absurdism, two performers spend an evening navigating a lifetime (and also pinball).
It all makes sense only when none of it does. In a rare piece of Dada theatre, Tristan Tzara rolls all and nothing into one. And we stage it.
Four people, three couples, two homes and a whole lot of blind love. This world premiere by Aaron Ricciardi looks to be divisive in all the best (literal) ways.
Alfred Jarry, the godfather of surrealism and the man behind Ubu Roi, wrote Caesar Antichrist in 1895. Well over a century later, we bring it to you in its midwest premiere. Sensual, imagistic, and unlike anything you will ever see or hear.
Yes, that Romeo & Juliet. The Nine rolls out the warhorse and then tips it over. A tribute to the tragedy within the tragedy, this new cutting explores forgotten corners of familiar worlds.
Another midwest premiere dating from the early 20th century, this one arriving in a world premiere adaptation. Where Jean Tardieu's one-act explores the mechanics of an actor, Paul Rekk's adaptation explores the mechanical actor.
The Nine's grand finale is a stripped down, bare knuckle meditation on the effect actor and audience have on each other. To say any more is to say too much.