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Theater Is Life

WELCOME TO GALLERY THEATER STUDIO!

We look forward to celebrating our tenth year of providing live stage productions at an intimate theater in historic West Chicago, we hope you’ll give us a chance to make you laugh, make you cry, and just flat out make you proud to support Gallery Theater Studio.

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Gallery Theater relies on the generosity of our donors and patrons to create art.  We thank each and every one of you for your continued support in our community – Without you, we would not exist!

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You can find all of the latest news from Gallery Theater Studio right here. Whether it is audition notifications, organization news, press releases, or anything else about Gallery, you can find it here.

We look forward to seeing you at our next production as a patron, volunteer, or even on stage.

Suite Surrender

A hotel under siege... Suite Surrender by Michael McKeever directed by Gail Cannata It’s 1942, and the luxurious Palm Beach Royale Hotel is under siege as two of Hollywood’s biggest divas vie for the [...]

The Dining Room

A well-to-do household... The Dining Room by A.R. Gurneydirected by Tom RieserThe dining room of a well-to-do household is where the family assembles for breakfast, dinner and all special occasions. We see a mosaic of [...]

Harvey

A white rabbit... HARVEY by Mary Chase directed by Jack Smith A timeless comedy classic, this is the story of Elwood P Dowd and his friend Harvey, an invisible six-and-a-half-foot rabbit. Set in the 1940’s, [...]

The Last Romance

A crush can make anyone feel young again... THE LAST ROMANCE by Joe Di Pietro directed by Janet Gilleland A crush can make anyone feel young again—even a widower named Ralph. On an ordinary day in [...]

Brownstone

Three points of time converge in a New York brownstone... BROWNSTONE by Catherine Butterfield directed by Gail Cannata Three points of time converge in a New York brownstone, spanning eighty years and encompassing the lives [...]

“An intimate setting + top notch actors + clever scripts = a great time!!”

“The shows I’ve seen there have always been good. They cast their shows very well.”

“Every play I’ve seen at Gallery has been excellent– top quality drama and top-quality comedy. I’m sure I’ll attend many more plays there. I recommend it highly.”

“Last night we saw Love,Loss,and What I Wore. It was absolutely delightful, as always. I highly recommend going to see their plays!”

“We always feel so welcome whenever we enter the Gallery Theater. Tom Tawney greets everyone with a most winning smile and it makes us feel very comfortable. We came for the performance of Miracle on South Division Street. Everyone did a fanatastic job! We truly enjoyed this show. Gail gave a terrific performance even though she stepped in more or less at the last moment. Can’t wait to return for the Rose Colored Glass!!”

“I just saw Miracle On South Division Street and highly recommend it! It was both a funny and poignant story of a family with talented actors who really portrayed true family dynamics. There are still 4 more opportunities to see this special show!”

“This was not my first show, and I will be back for more.
The recent show was lively and well done.”

“We watched Grace and Glorie yesterday and abolutely amazed of the show. So much laughter and tears. Powerful story between 2 characters. A must see!”

Upcoming Show Dates

The Man With Bogart’s Face

Remember the good old days of radio—when people had to use their imaginations—when the mind was a stage? Those days are back—only better because you can SEE as well as HEAR radio programs. A man whose identity we never know has his face altered to look like Humphrey Bogart and is involved in a Maltese Falcon-type caper—like the old days when there were causes and dames and flags worth fighting for. And LAUGHS. Lots of LAUGHS, “a fast-moving story with action and staccato dialogue that literally bring Bogart to life.”

By Andrew J Fenady

Remember the good old days of radio—when people had to use their imaginations—when the mind was a stage? Those days are back—only better because you can SEE as well as HEAR radio programs. A man whose identity we never know has his face altered to look like Humphrey Bogart and is involved in a Maltese Falcon-type caper—like the old days when there were causes and dames and flags worth fighting for. And LAUGHS. Lots of LAUGHS, “a fast-moving story with action and staccato dialogue that literally bring Bogart to life.”

By Andrew J Fenady

Remember the good old days of radio—when people had to use their imaginations—when the mind was a stage? Those days are back—only better because you can SEE as well as HEAR radio programs. A man whose identity we never know has his face altered to look like Humphrey Bogart and is involved in a Maltese Falcon-type caper—like the old days when there were causes and dames and flags worth fighting for. And LAUGHS. Lots of LAUGHS, “a fast-moving story with action and staccato dialogue that literally bring Bogart to life.”

By Andrew J Fenady

Remember the good old days of radio—when people had to use their imaginations—when the mind was a stage? Those days are back—only better because you can SEE as well as HEAR radio programs. A man whose identity we never know has his face altered to look like Humphrey Bogart and is involved in a Maltese Falcon-type caper—like the old days when there were causes and dames and flags worth fighting for. And LAUGHS. Lots of LAUGHS, “a fast-moving story with action and staccato dialogue that literally bring Bogart to life.”

By Andrew J Fenady

Remember the good old days of radio—when people had to use their imaginations—when the mind was a stage? Those days are back—only better because you can SEE as well as HEAR radio programs. A man whose identity we never know has his face altered to look like Humphrey Bogart and is involved in a Maltese Falcon-type caper—like the old days when there were causes and dames and flags worth fighting for. And LAUGHS. Lots of LAUGHS, “a fast-moving story with action and staccato dialogue that literally bring Bogart to life.”

By Andrew J Fenady

Remember the good old days of radio—when people had to use their imaginations—when the mind was a stage? Those days are back—only better because you can SEE as well as HEAR radio programs. A man whose identity we never know has his face altered to look like Humphrey Bogart and is involved in a Maltese Falcon-type caper—like the old days when there were causes and dames and flags worth fighting for. And LAUGHS. Lots of LAUGHS, “a fast-moving story with action and staccato dialogue that literally bring Bogart to life.”

By Andrew J Fenady

Remember the good old days of radio—when people had to use their imaginations—when the mind was a stage? Those days are back—only better because you can SEE as well as HEAR radio programs. A man whose identity we never know has his face altered to look like Humphrey Bogart and is involved in a Maltese Falcon-type caper—like the old days when there were causes and dames and flags worth fighting for. And LAUGHS. Lots of LAUGHS, “a fast-moving story with action and staccato dialogue that literally bring Bogart to life.”

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