Young Professionals Night
Thursday, February 22
Meet other young professionals & support one of Chicago’s most innovative theatre companies.
6:00pm Mix & Mingle
at Frontier Restaurant
Our Dining Partner at 1072 N Milwaukee Ave
Enjoy complimentary appetizers & one complimentary drink!
Mingle with other young Chicago leaders and artists from The House Theatre of Chicago.
Cash bar also available.
of Hatfield & McCoy
Chopin Theatre, 1543 W Division St
2 hours, 30 minutes plus one intermission
Guarantee your ticket to this epic, music-filled saga that the Chicago Tribune calls “a SOCIAL EVENT, a communal meditation on a theme, EMOTIONALLY CHARGED EXUBERANCE spilling out into the audience!”
Event tickets just $30
- availability is limited -
choose Young Professionals Night as your ticket type on the second page
ABOUT HATFIELD & MCCOY
It’s the mostly true tale of the most infamous family feud in American history. On the border of Kentucky and West Virginia, North and South, Fact and Fiction, two cabins both alike in dignity wage a whip-smart war of words and bullets.
This modern love letter to Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet lands us in a philosophically polarized America emerging from the Civil War. But conflict reverberates at home. Gunfire and romance erupt when young Rose Anna McCoy and Johnse Hatfield fall in love, marry in secret, and vow to reconcile their feuding families against all odds. Their tale of woe is served up with a heaping helping of original Americana tunes, connecting times past to our familiar present.
"Hatfield & McCoy is a feud worth taking seriously." ★★★
Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune
"A sweeping historical saga, with more than a touch of romance. Definitely worth the visit.”
Chicagoland Musical Theatre
“It is a well done production that opens up ones’ eyes to what can happen when hate gets in the way of life itself.” ★★★★
Around the Town Chicago
“The House has another hit on its hands!” ★★★ 1/2
Chicago On Stage
RUN DATES: January 19- March 11, 2018
GROUPS: 10+ people? Save at least 15% when you get a group!
AGES: With guns, righteousness, and un-neighborly conduct, this show is recommended for adults and teens.
The Chopin Theatre
1543 W. Division St.
Chicago, IL 60642