Death & Pretzels To Present THE BOOK OF MAGGIE
Chicagoland theatrical company, Death & Pretzels will produce the Chicago premiere of Brendan Bourque-Sheil's The Book of Maggie, their second show in their new black box studio, Nox Arca Theatre.
Preview Performances: May 17th and 18th
Opening: May 19th
Closing: June 16th
Running Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights at 7:30pm at Nox Arca Theatre in Ravenswood. BYOB!
The venue is wheelchair accessible, there is free parking on Ravenswood, and Touch Tours can be available 30 minutes prior to curtain (please email Madison at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a Touch Tour). (4001 N. Ravenswood #405 Chicago, Illinois 60613).
Tickets: $18 available online or at the door, $15 student tickets available at the door only with valid student I.D., Industry tickets are also available with code.
*Tickets $12 during Preview Performances May 17th and 18th
About The Book of Maggie:
Death & Pretzels presents the Chicago premiere of a new dark comedy by Brendan Bourque-Sheil, THE BOOK OF MAGGIE
Judas Iscariot and Pontius Pilate spend their eternal time in hell, drinking, smoking and tending to potted plants. Their plans for the afterlife change when, from on high, they're offered an opportunity for redemption by helping two mortal women- Maggie and Joan. With some reluctant help from Saint Peter, Judas and Pilate find helping these women might mean more than just saving themselves.
*This production includes gunshots and themes of suicide*
- Tia Pinson as Maggie
- Jake Baker as Judas Iscariot
- Nick Strauss as Pontius Pilate
- Taylor Toms as Joan
- Collin Quinn Rice as St. Simon Peter
Directed by Madison Smith, Stage Managed by Lili Bjorklund, featuring designs by Matt Orenstein, Charles Blunt and Bridget Vacha
About Death & Pretzels:
Death & Pretzels is a Chicago based theater company dedicated to exploring oddity, antiquity and ensemble built experiences; we have a vested interest in producing works that are long-forgotten, oft-neglected or out-of-the box. We strive to create theater you can't see anywhere else. D&P was born in April of 2014 when a group of artists came together to collaborate on a production of S. Ansky's The Dybbuk, a 100 year old Yiddish ghost story. D&P's first production ignited a passion for stories told through a strong ensemble, featuring bold, interesting female characters and themes often centered around the occult, religion and the exploration of the unknown. Death & Pretzels has had the honor of presenting the Chicago premieres of Chiara Atik's Women, Steve Yockey's very still & hard to see, Adam Harrell's The Basement Company, the American premiere of James Odin Wade's Helmut's Big Day, and the world premieres of Paul Pasulka's Gruoch, or Lady Macbeth, and Joey Katsiroubas & Dan Hass' Musical Therapy.