Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Conspiracies, Weddings and Madmen Galore! (a.k.a. Loopshop 6 or How I Learned to Love The Frog)

To get folks ready for Loopshop 6 — which happens at the end of July at Chemically Imbalanced Comedy, — we'll be sharing some short teasers about all seven of our featured plays here and on Facebook. (Like us if you haven't already.)

Performances for Loopshop 6 will be at 8 p.m. on Monday, July 29, and Tuesday, July 30, 2013, at Chemically Imbalanced Comedy Theatre, 1422 West Irving Park Road, Chicago. Tickets for the show are $10.

First up is The Mating Habits of Frogs.

Two sisters discuss The Mating Habits of Frogs and humans in this play by Barbara J. Lhota, which examines the complex relationship between siblings and self and what it is that prevents us from taking chances even when we have nothing to lose. Directed by Ben Campana, “The Mating Habits of Frogs” stars Amber Page as Sylvia and Betty Lorkowski as Alison.

Loopshop is Chicago-based Strangeloop Theatre's annual short play and new works series. This year's production features a mix of short, original plays and scenes from full scripts in development — all from local playwrights. 

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