The Hyacinth Macaw

Get thee to The Bridge!
"If you want to feel poetic, if you want to feel a bit odd, or if you already feel a little odd and want some good company, then, head to the church (the First Trinity Lutheran auditorium) and see “The Hyacinth Macaw.” (Joy Miller)

Read the full NewCity Stage review HERE

Susannah is growing up but her family is falling apart. And what’s up with the moon? This is a strange tale told in a strange way. Described by the New York Times as “a playwright intoxicated with language”, Mac Wellman’s work is rarely performed in Chicago. This is your chance.

With Audre Budrys, Brian Grey, A.J. LeSage, Robert L. Oakes & Kasey O’Brien

Music: Andrew Taylor, Costumes: Emily McConnell, Lights: Conor Foley,
Set: Dawn Korman, Stage Manager: Aukse Grigaliunas

Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays
September 18- October 4
All shows 7:30 pm

Purchase tickets.
$10 Students/Seniors or pay-what-you-can at the door

643 W 31st St. First Trinity Community Center Auditorium aka “The Orphanage”
In Chicago’s vibrant BRIDGEPORT neighborhood, easy to reach on the HALSTED BUS,
the ORANGE LINE (Halsted stop) or the RED LINE (Sox/35th stop)