Reddyk and Krupp Head Back to MCL Chicago For Their First Cabaret

Musical writing team Davyd Reddyk and Ethan Krupp are proud to announce their first cabaret, Sunday Night Songbook with Reddy and Krupp. Directed by Jon Martinez and featuring a cast of Chicago's top theater and comedy talent, S?unday Night Songbook w?ill include songs from four original musicals, and will be performed on Sundays April 24 and May 1 at MCL Chicago, 3110 N. Sheffield Ave. (near the Belmont Red/Brown/Purple Line stop)

Coming off an early soldout 11 performance run of their musical The Thanksgiving Circumcision ?and inclusion on ?NewCity's Top Five Short Run Comedy Shows of 2015,? Reddyk and Krupp bring songs from upcoming shows about cults, masculinity, cough syrup and more.

"We're thrilled to be working at MCL, our home base, and with some of the best in the Chicago comedy world and the Chicago musical theater world," Krupp said. "Those two worlds should collide more often."

Sunday Night Songbook runs on April 24 and May 1 at 6:00 pm. All shows are BYOB. Estimated running time is 75 minutes. Sunday Night Songbook is directed by Jon Martinez, musical direction by Davyd Reddyk, and a cast featuring Oliver Berger, Becca Brown, Nathan Cooper, Max DeTogne, Gary Fields, Mike Gospel, Amanda Horvath, Courtney Mack, Brendan Mulhern, Caroline Nash, Jerome Riley, Mark Rudy, Andi Sharavsky, Sophie Shrand, Mike Silver and Travis Wright. Music and lyrics by Davyd Reddyk and Ethan Krupp. The show is produced by With A Machete Productions LLC.

Tickets?for the production are $10. Visit the MCL Group Sales page for discount pricing on purchases of 10 or more tickets. Tickets are available via cash or credit at the door or online at MCLChicago.com?.

MCL Chicago (3110 N. Sheffield Ave., Chicago, IL 60657) Sundays at 6:00 p.m.
April 24, May 1
Tickets: $10 General (online, cash and credit at the door) BYOB

MCL Chicago, formerly known as Studio BE, NFP, creates and fosters exceptional live music comedy. MCL Chicago expands the power of comedy, of theatre, and of the Chicago community at large through music, performance, workshops and community outreach. Operating since 2009, MCL Chicago, situated in the heart of Lakeview's Belmont Theatre District, is a venue for comedians, performers and improvisers of all trades, offering a variety of self­-produced work and that of visiting companies.



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