The Iliad is nearing the end of its run, so if you haven't seen it, you need to call us for your tickets. The show closes on Dec. 19th, which means you only have TWO weeks left to see it. I'll go ahead and remind you that the show is Highly Recommended by both the Chicago Sun-Times (with such praise as "the concept works brilliantly") and Time Out Chicago (which praised the "remarkable skill and discipline" of the actors, who are able to recite the "passages of epic poetry with sensitive command"). Also, Sarah Fornace's fight sequences are getting a ton praise, such as this one between Hector and Achilles:
Also this reminder, because we had a message from someone who wanted to purchase tickets for A Very Merry (Unauthorized) Scientology Pageant, we are not doing that show this year. But there are plenty of other holiday shows and events to see around town, including a radio-rendition of It's a Wonderful Life at The Biograph, which looks like a lot of fun. Granted, it's quite different from the Scientology Pageant, and may not be a substitute, but it looks like a good show nontheless. There's also A John Waters Christmas at the Harris Theater, a couple productions of A Christmas Carol, and The Nutcracker. There's also And if none of those fill the hole left by the Scientology Pageant, you could always ask Santa to bring it back next year.