G. L. O. W. : A Queer Sober Open Mic Night

The Understudy Coffee and Books 5531 N Clark St, Chicago, IL, United States

ABOUT THE EVENT Join The Understudy for G.L.O.W., a queer sober open mic night hosted by K.J Whitehead and Sharon Pasia. Expect comedy, drama, and stunts galore. Stay tuned for performer signups! Doors open at 7. Performances begin at 7:30. The Understudy Cafe will be open for refreshments!

Free
Event Series Cafe Royalty

THE BIG FINISH: BIG BOYS FINISH LAST

The Understudy Coffee and Books 5531 N Clark St, Chicago, IL, United States

Join hosts Derek (aka Stephanie) and Taki Venti (aka Tiki Vonté) for a drag night for the theatre girlies comprised exclusively of 11 o'clock numbers. THE BIG FINISH is a show for full of stunts, drama, and theatrics. THE BIG FINISH: BIG BOYS FINISH LAST This edition of The Big Finish celebrates musical theatre's leading […]

ROLE CALL: July 2024 @ The Understudy

The Understudy Coffee and Books 5531 N Clark St, Chicago, IL, United States

Forget *seeing* a show. With this series you actually get to PLAY a role! Join us for a community exploration of some of our favorite work! Part book club, part performance, part debate and part community healing, this year Refracted Theatre Company partners with locations across Chicago to offer Role Call, a community play exploration […]

Free

Kokandy Book Club Presents: WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?

The Understudy Coffee and Books 5531 N Clark St, Chicago, IL, United States

Kokandy Book Club Presents WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF Join The Understudy and our friends from Kokandy Productions for the latest installment of our series Book Club. Our July Book Club is raising a glass (several, in fact) to Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? This scorching American classic inspires a fierce and fiery […]

$15.00

Play Reading Club: Cardboard Piano

The Understudy Coffee and Books 5531 N Clark St, Chicago, IL, United States

Join our monthly play reading club! Each month, we gather to discuss a new, exciting or confounding play that has caught our attention. This month, we're reading CARDBOARD PIANO by Hansol Jung ABOUT THE PLAY Northern Uganda on the eve of the millennium: The daughter of American missionaries and a local teenage girl steal into […]

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