Big Noise Theatre to Present ALONE TOGETHER, 1/17-2/2

Back row: Phil Kaiser, Taylor Okey, Brian Metzger.
Front row: Geoff Isaac, Julie Stevens.

Big Noise Theatre Company, celebrating its 14th season of top-notch, live entertainment at the Prairie Lakes Theatre, presents Lawrence Roman's timely comedy, ALONE TOGETHER, as their 2nd production of the company's 2013-14 season. Catherine Davis returns to Big Noise to direct the production.

ALONE TOGETHER chronicles the story of The Butlers, whose three sons have finally moved out and have left their parents to begin their life as empty nesters. The Butler's freedom is unfortunately cut short when all three sons come charging back home one by one after experiencing some hard knocks in the real world.

The cast of ALONE TOGETHER includes Geoff Isaac (Northbrook), Phil Kaiser (Elk Grove Village), Jacy Kay (Chicago), Brian Mengler (Naperville), Taylor Okey (Lombard) and Julie Stevens (Deerfield).

Director Catherine Davis returns for her 4th season at Big Noise, having previously directed Beau Jest, Butterflies are Free, and Born Yesterday. Davis has worked as a director and educator since earning a master's degree in theatre, accumulating over 110 full-length productions to her directing credit. Davis was a Joseph Jefferson Awards Committee member and served on the Advisory Board and as Suburban Coordinator for SEASON OF CONCERN.

ALONE TOGETHER runs weekends from January 17th though February 2nd. Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 pm, with Saturday and Sunday matinees at 3:00 pm. There is no matinee on Saturday, January 18th. Single tickets for all shows are $28 for adults, $23 for seniors and students. For more information on tickets or subscription, call 847-604-0275 or visit

Big Noise Theatre Company, a division of Winnetka Theatre, strives to produce high-quality shows that stretch the creative talents of their actors and staff as well as surpass the expectations of their audience. Big Noise continues to be known for bringing downtown quality to the suburbs at reasonable rates.

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