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» Chicago City Limits
Chicago City Limits is New York City's legendary Improv comedy show. Founded in Chicago in 1977 by actors participating in the Second City workshops, the group relocated to New York in 1980 and began an Off-Broadway run of over 8,500 performances. Through the years, the company has gotten rave reviews from critics and audiences alike, most recently receiving the 2008 Award for Best Comedy Group by the Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs (MAC).
» Portrait of Churchill
'Churchill' is a one-man play about Sir Winston Churchill. The play is written by Andrew Edlin and performed by Edmund Shaff.
The play is in two acts; the first an hour, the second half-an-hour. It is April 1955. Churchill agonizes in his wartime bunker below London whether to resign as Prime Minister. As he tries to decide he reviews his uniquely eventful career, filled with history-changing events and people, glorious speeches, pithy comments, funny stories, and all the wit and wisdom that has made Churchill beyond greatness into an imperishable legend.
» The Chenille Sisters
The Chenilles' voices ring strong and clear as ever as they mingle alongside the musical might of a symphony, And their singular songwriting, with its poetry, emotion and wry wit, holds its own just as well. Featuring scores of songs from their contemporary repertoire, plus some energetic Swing arrangements, it brilliantly showcases classic Chenille harmony and humor.