by Daniel MacIvor
By Daniel MacIvor
Directed by Elana Elyce
Henry is nervous, a self-proclaimed liar, and compelled by some unknown force to tell us his life story along with something we don't already know. MacIvor's spellbinding head-scratcher of a one-man play twists and turns, flips and sidesteps through Henry's struggle to grasp the meaning of life, love, beauty, death, truth and lies.
Daniel MacIvor's brand of meta-theatrical theatre has the power to transform the lives of audiences, who come into dark rooms with their minds and their hearts open, who are filled with questions, and who find a moment of peace in the presence of something innately familiar. The play hopefully can touch people, and open people to thinking about their own humanity and their purpose in life."
No Man’s Land
Season Tickets Available
The recipient of 2019's Broadway in Chicago Emerging Theatre award, Interrobang Theatre Project, now in its 10th season and under the artistic leadership of Georgette Verdin, has been hailed by the Chicago Tribune as a “company to watch” and by Time Out Chicago as “one of Chicago’s most promising young theatre companies.”
Interrobang Theatre Project is also proud to be in residence at Rivendell Theatre, located at 5779 N Ridge Ave in the Edgewater neighborhood.
Interrobang Theatre Project (ITP) produces visceral and timely works, rarely produced texts, and new American plays. We strive to excite a new generation of theatergoers, to engage our community through challenging plays, to maintain an environment in which artists can do their very best work, and to change our world one play at a time. ITP is not recommended for audiences who prefer theatre to be benign or familiar.
Now in its eighth season, ITP is under the artistic leadership of Georgette Verdin. Founded in 2010 by Jeffry Stanton, ITP has been hailed by the Chicago Tribune as a “company to watch” and by Time Out Chicago as “one of Chicago’s most promising young theatre companies.”
NOMINATIONS AND AWARDS
Over the past seven seasons, productions have included the world premiere of Ibsen is Dead by Calamity West, the Midwest premiere of The Argument by Gregory Moss, the Jeff Award Recommended The Pitchfork Disney, Terminus, Orange Flower Water, Speaking in Tongues, Here Lies Henry, Really Really, Recent Tragic Events, and the critically-acclaimed Hot ‘N’ Throbbing, which Time Out Chicago’s 5-star review called a “scintillating revival.”
ITP wins the 2019 Broadway in Chicago Emerging Theatre Award.
Season Nine Jeff Award nominations:
Scenic Design: Kerry Lee Chipman (The Goat)
Season Eight Jeff Award Nominations:
Best Production: Foxfinder
Director: Margaret Knapp (Foxfinder)
Actor in a Principle role: Alexandra Fisher (Foxfinder)
Set Design: Eric Luchen (Foxfinder)
Original Music: Jesse Case (Foxfinder)
Sound Design: Jesse Case (Foxfinder)
Lighting Design: John Kelly (Foxfinder)
Best Supporting Actor in a Play (Grace)
Season Six Jeff Award nominations and awards:
Production - Play: The North Pool
Director - Play: James Yost (The North Pool)
Actor in a Principal Role - Play: Salar Ardebili (The North Pool)
Actress in a Principal Role - Play: Amy Johnson (Falling) WINNER
Actor in a Supporting Role - Play: Justin Tsatsa (Falling) WINNER
Solo Performance: Sarah Gise (The Amish Project)
Scenic Design: Greg Pinsoneault (The North Pool)
By Elinor Cook
Directed by Artistic Director Georgette Verdin
August 16 - September 14
Press Opening: Monday, August 19 (8 pm)
All performances at Rivendell Theatre, 5779 N. Ridge Avenue
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Best seats in the house reserved by our staff.
Invitation to special Subscriber Openings and Receptions.
Two complimentary tickets to share with family and friends for any show in the season. (Call Box Office to take advantage of this offer)
Exclusive events such as wine with the director, meet and greets, and more.
ITP supports the EDGEWATER THEATRE DISTRICT. With over twenty theatre companies based in Edgewater, the neighborhood is a hotbed for the kind of theatre that’s put Chicago on the map. Explore the theatres that are helping to make Edgewater the vibrant, exciting community that it is. LEARN MORE HERE
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Interrobang Theatre Project
5315 N. Clark St #142
Chicago, IL 60640
(please note this is our mailing address, not our physical address)
(312) 219-4140 (box office)
(Unfortunately, we cannot accept unsolicited scripts at this time)