"Laugh-out-loud funny"

— Chicago Tribune

Jun 23 - Jul 29, 2018 in Goodman's Albert Theatre

Around 90 minutes, no intermission

The world's changing, bro. 

Every Thursday in Wrigleyville is “Guys’ Night” for a group of pals who gather to vent about middle-aged maladies—with a “No Ladies” policy strictly enforced. When an unexpected visitor crashes the party, their notions of what it means to be a man in today’s America are suddenly upended. Don’t miss this of-the-moment comedy by Ellen Fairey, whose work has been hailed "a must-see for anyone who follows important new plays" (Chicago Tribune).

 

 

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Artists

By ELLEN FAIREY, Directed by KIMBERLY SENIOR

Cast

ANTHONY IRONS - Delano
RYAN KITLEY - Brian
KEITH KUPFERER - Roger
JEFF KURYSZ - Alex
TOMMY RIVERA-VEGA - Kevin
SADIEH RIFAI - Officer Caruso
ERIC SLATER - Officer Nowak

Creative Team and Crew

JACK MAGAW - Scenic Design
NOËL HUNTZINGER - Costume Design
JEN SCHRIEVER - Lighting Design
RICHARD WOODBURY - Sound Design
KATE DEVORE - Voice and Dialect Coach
ISAAC GOMEZ - Dramaturg
ADAM BELCUORE - Casting
ERICA SARTINI-COMBS - Casting
ALDEN VASQUEZ - Production Stage Manager
JONATHAN NOOK - Stage Manager

Critical Praise
  • "Light, entertainingly crisp"

    - Chicago Sun-Times

  • An "explosive laugh fest"

    - Around the Town Chicago

  • "You'll have a very good time at the Goodman"

    - Chicago Tribune

  • An "undeniable love letter to Chicago"

    - Daily Herald

  • "A deeply sympathetic portrayal of men in the midst of rapidly changing expectations"

    - Chicago Sun-Times

  • "Wonderfully empathetic and laugh-out-loud funny"

    - BroadwayWorld

  • "Warm and comical"

    - Around the Town Chicago

  • "A work with gobs of empathy for all"

    - Chicago Tribune

  • "This comedy works well as a summer offering"

    - Chicago Sun-Times

  • "Entertains throughout with its down-to-earth characters"

    - Daily Herald

  • "Terrific performances"

    - Chicago Sun-Times

  • "A blast with one funny line after another"

    - Around the Town Chicago

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