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Bye Bye Liver: The Chicago Drinking Play!

The Public House Theater
Chicago, Illinois (IL)

Bye Bye Liver is a series of outrageous sketches, all centered around Chicago’s favorite past time: Drinking!

We all have that one friend who is never-ever-allowed to go near liquor again. Or maybe it’s the girl that has one martini too many and just can’t shut up about her ex-boyfriend. Perhaps it’s that horrible moment when you realize you have to break the seal right now; but the line for the bathroom hasn’t moved in half an hour.

Whatever it is, we’ve all been there, and it’s all spoofed right here in BYE BYE LIVER.

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If You Rebuild It, They Might Come!

The Public House Theater
Chicago, Illinois (IL)

What exactly is going on at Wrigley Field. What’s the truth behind the constant construction and changes and price hikes? Join Barry and Heather in this look at the Cubs through the lens of a Willy Wonka-like adventure…featuring Ridonculous Ricketts, a deranged new mascot, the original Old-Style vendor from 1914, and a whole host of insane characters…all leading to the Truth behind what’s been happening at the Friendly Confines. From the creators of “Bye Bye Liver” and “Game of Mobile Homes” comes “If You Rebuilt It, They Might Come!”

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Bye Bye Liver: The Cincinnati Drinking Play

The Public House Theater
Chicago, Illinois (IL)

Bye Bye Liver is a series of outrageous sketches, all centered around Cincinnati’s favorite past time: Drinking. We all have that one friend who is never-ever-allowed to go near liquor again. Or maybe it’s the girl that has one martini too many and just can’t shut up about her ex-boyfriend. Perhaps it’s that horrible moment when you realize you have to break the seal right now: but the line for the bathroom hasn’t moved in half an hour. Whatever it is, we’ve all been there, and it’s all spoofed right here in BYE BYE LIVER. 21 to laugh & 21 to drink!

Mark Toland: Mind Reader

The Public House Theater
Chicago, Illinois (IL)

Mark Toland is not a real mind reader but he still knows what you’re thinking. Watch as he reads your mind and controls your thoughts, with plenty of comedy and audience participation throughout. After you witness his incredible feats up-close, you may realize why WGN TV says “He must be the devil.”

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Putting Our Heads Together

The Public House Theater
Chicago, Illinois (IL)

Three friends, three, solo shows, one hour. Tune in to Adrienne Teeley: Lady-Killer, a televised special from 1997 that details the most infamous crime ever committed. Get your daily caffeine fix with Billy Jones! Journey through the joy and pleasures of vast and common miscommunications with character, circumstance and Starbucks. Join Travis Marsala as he travels though space and time, pondering an pontificating about their implications. Putting Our Heads Together offers three totally unique shows in one, taking the audience through different characters, scenarios, and truths all while smacking a smile on your face.

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Dirtbag

The Public House Theater
Chicago, Illinois (IL)

Some teens are growing up too fast. Some adults haven’t grown up at all. “Dirtbag” follows those kids and adults, from asthmatic Larry, who wants nothing more than to score the winning basket, to Kevin, who wants nothing more than for people to stop asking what he’s done since college. While youngster Kathy struggles to understand her friends’ attempts at innuendo, grown-up Mia searches for the words to say to her coworker on the morning-after. If you’ve ever had your immaturity immortalized on the internet, or felt like working in a cubicle was just a painful extension of High School, you too might be a “Dirtbag.”

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Come Again?

The Public House Theater
Chicago, Illinois (IL)

Sketch comedy centered around the phenomenon of living in a constantly connected world where communication is harder and more frustrating than ever.

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Public Access Live

The Public House Theater
Chicago, Illinois (IL)

PUBLIC ACCESS LIVE is a talk show. A behind the scenes farce. And showcase for local performers. A safe haven for people with ten extra dollars. Most importantly: Public Access Live is Talky Talky Talk Talk.

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The Titus Andronicus Project

The Public House Theater
Chicago, Illinois (IL)

“Titus Andronicus” is not William Shakespeare’s most popular play, but when it is mounted, it makes a powerful statement. The story is a simple and grotesque portrait of the perversions of power, revenge and the consequences of our primal fear of “The Other.” A legendary general takes a foreign queen captive, slaughters her oldest son, and sets off a chain of events which sees his own daughter violated and disfigured, and the Queen’s remaining, offending sons baked into a pie.

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The Public House Theater
Chicago, Illinois (IL)
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Fifty Shades of Plaid

The Public House Theater
Chicago, Illinois (IL)

Sandy Irons is a Junior English Major at the University of Wisconsin. She’s bookish and shy, but underneath has a sizzling imagination in which she frequently gets lost. When she catches the eye of fraternity president Thomas Plaid, who is “handsome, rich and only dates the most beautiful girl on campus,” both find themselves biting off a little more than they can chew. Over the course of the parody of E.L. James’ “Fifty Shades of Grey,” Sandy invites the audience into her most private fantasies and public discoveries as she tries to get to the heart of Thomas Plaid, and most importantly, herself

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Sunset: A Mild-Mannered View of the Apocalypse

The Public House Theater
Chicago, Illinois (IL)

Cremetown has always been a peaceful society. So when a raving scientist bursts onto the scene with his startling prediction that the planet only has three days of sunlight left, the fallout is unexpected. Instead of the usual chaos that comes with the onset of the Apocalypse, the Scientist and residents of Cremetown take the opportunity to live out their wildest dreams one last time.

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Bye Bye Liver: The Nashville Drinking Play

The Public House Theater
Chicago, Illinois (IL)
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Cheers: 1773

The Public House Theater
Chicago, Illinois (IL)

The year: 1773. The place: Boston, Massachusetts. Sam Adams owns a friendly tavern called “Cheers,” frequented by founding fathers. While Sam does his best to impress Betsy Ross, John Adams, John Hancock, Benjamin Franklin and Paul Revere band together to plot the overturn of British tyranny and their tea tax, all under the ever-watchful eye of the governor of Massachusetts.

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The Public House Theater
Chicago, Illinois (IL)
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Housebroken Loves Love

The Public House Theater
Chicago, Illinois (IL)

For nearly two years, the singing sisters of Housebroken have been delighting Chicago with their original, frank and sometimes vulgar humor. Their specialty is relationships- with themselves and other people, their bodies, their city and survival jobs. Now, they get to revel on the second Sunday of every month at The Public House Theatre in their open run, “Housebroken Loves…,” which takes on a new theme and a guest star in every show.

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Bye Bye Liver: The Boston Drinking Play

The Public House Theater
Chicago, Illinois (IL)

Bye Bye Liver is a series of outrageous sketches, all centered around Boston’s favorite past time: Drinking. We all have that one friend who is never-ever-allowed to go near liquor again. Or maybe it’s the girl that has one martini too many and just can’t shut up about her ex-boyfriend. Perhaps it’s that horrible moment when you realize you have to break the seal right now…but the line for the bathroom hasn’t moved in half an hour. Whatever it is, we’ve all been there, and it’s all spoofed right here in BYE BYE LIVER: THE BOSTON DRINKING PLAY. 21 to laugh & 21 to drink!

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The Public House Theater
Chicago, Illinois (IL)
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Bye Bye Liver: The Philadelphia Drinking Play

The Public House Theater
Chicago, Illinois (IL)

Bye Bye Liver is a series of outrageous sketches, all centered around Philadelphia’s favorite past time: Drinking. We all have that one friend who is never-ever-allowed to go near liquor again. Or maybe it’s the girl that has one martini too many and just can’t shut up about her ex-boyfriend. Perhaps it’s that horrible moment when you realize you have to break the seal right now…but the line for the bathroom hasn’t moved in half an hour. Whatever it is, we’ve all been there, and it’s all spoofed right here in BYE BYE LIVER. 21 to laugh & 21 to drink!

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