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Mystery & Comedy Warm Up Spring With Piccolo’s Private Eyes

Posted by Admin On January - 30 - 2017

EVANSTON, IL – New year, new home, new comedy!  Recently relocated to the Parish House at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, in Evanston, Piccolo’s 2016/2017 season continues with Private Eyes, by Steven Dietz, a modern comedy/relationship/thriller set in the theatre, or restaurant, or therapist’s office, or real life.  Matthew’s wife, Lisa, is having an affair with Adrian, a British director.  Or perhaps the affair is part of a play being rehearsed.  Or perhaps Matthew has imagined it all.  But a mysterious woman who seems to shadow the others brings the story to its surprising conclusion…or does she?  The audience plays the role of detective in this hilarious, multi-layered comedy of suspicion about love, lust, and the power of deception in which nothing is ever quite what it seems.

 

Cast: Edward Fraim, Kurt Proepper*, Megan DeLay, Shantelle Szyper, David W.M. Kelch*, with Scott Sawa and Maeghan Looney.  Creative: Michael D. Graham* (Director), Chris Chapin (Production Manager), Megan Chaney (Stage  Manager), Milo Bue (Scenic Designer), Elyse Estes* (Master Carpenter), Lee Moore* (Charge Artist), Joshua D. Allard* (Costume/Props Designer), Aimee Warshall* (Lighting Designer), Aaron Quick* (Sound Designer), Bethany Woodard* and Beep Trefts* (Backstage Floor Managers).   *denotes Piccolo Theatre Company Member.

 

Private Eyes previews February 16 & 17 at 8:00p; opens Saturday, February 18 at 8:00p; and runs February 18 – March 19, Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00p, and Sundays at 3p.  All Performances at Piven Theatre Workshop, 927 Noyes St, Evanston, IL 60201.  Tickets are only available through the Piccolo Theatre Box Office, (847) 424-0089, Tuesday-Friday 10a-5p.  Tickets are $25 (Regular), $20 (Senior), $15 (Student / Industry), $15 (Previews Only); Group Discounts Available for groups of 8 or more.

 

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