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It would be madness not to see this production, if you are even remotely a Poe fan. You go from room to room in this very cool mansion, and the performances are fantastic. The show is very moving, and even as a Poe fan myself,...More
We have been a number of times in the summer over the years both with other couples for a western suburb lawn show in the summer with food and wine ..and for a family birthday outing og 12 people for a fun night. Excellent theatre...More
I went and saw a Shakespeare Production over the summer and had a great time! My mom and I brought a picnic, blanket, and wine and sat on the lawn while we enjoyed the production. Such a cool idea for theater! I would suggest bringing...More
This outdoor Shakespeare play did not disappoint. In my opinion, Steve Peebles (Nick Bottom) stole the show! The large stage is amply used; no matter where you sit on the lawn you will have action in front of you. The speaker system was good (only...More
First Folio is a small first rate theater company that performs in the majestic Mayslake Peabody Estate. Their crown jewel production is "The Madness Of Edgar Allan Poe" which is revived every few years and is at the end of it's current run. Their productions...More
We recently saw "The Madness of Edgar Allen Poe - A Love Story" at the Mayslake Estate in Oak Brook. What an incredible experience! It was a moving play that had the audience travel with the cast from room to room making you feel as...More
A great theater company that does 4 different shows each year. We just saw "The Madness of Edgar Allan Poe" a perfect Halloween season show. My wife and I have been season ticket holders for several years and enjoy all the shows. Tickets at $20...More
What a beautiful summer venue for the Winter's Tale. The stage sits at the bottom of a small hill so the audience is able to easily choose the perfect seat for picnicking before the action begins.
Though this particular play seems a bit sobering for...More
This will be short, as you need to call the box office IMMEDIATELY to score tickets for you and your best girlfriends. Any woman will shake her head repeatedly in agreement and recognition that this play nails what women endure in trying to look good...More