Wednesday August 23rd 2017

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You can contact Alan Bresloff by sending an email to the following address:

al@aroundthetownchicago.com

7 Comments for “Contact Us”

  • Angie McMahon says:

    For Immediate Release
    Press Contact Angie McMahon
    773-865-7731

    From the writers of Stella, White Hot American Summer, and The State comes a comedy like no other.

    Chemically Imbalanced Comedy is proud to present the Chicago Premier of SEX a.k.a. Wieners and Boobs

    Jack Greenberg is the new sheriff of Teaneck, New Jersey. Unfortunately, the corrupt town is run by Tad Theaterman, a crime boss armed with henchmen and a legion of hookers and gigolos. The Mayor and townsfolk fear Tad, but love the money the sinful brothels bring in! When Jack meets Hillary, a recent divorcee, it’s love at first sight, but there’s a showdown that’s closin’ in on our hero! Will Jack save Teaneck, get the girl, and defeat Tad? Or will the wieners and boobs prevail?!

    Please note a scene from David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross will be performed.

    Written by Joe Lo Truglio, Michael Showalter and David Wain

    Directed by Angie McMahon
    Original Music composed and performed by Vinnie Pillarella
    Assistant Director: Silvestre Padilla

    Featuring: Kevin Mullaney, Matt Fox, Paul Whitehouse, Leslie Nesbit, Angie McMahon, Greg Callozzo, Peter Robards, Ross Compton, and Pat Kiely

    Chemically Imbalanced Theater
    1422 W Irving Park
    Chicago, IL 60613
    Box Office 800-838-3006
    http://www.cicomedy.com

    Thurs-Sat 8pm
    May 2-June 8
    Tickets $15

    *Photo Credit Bruce DeViller

    *Press has an open invite to attend this show, please RSVP if attending*

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  • Frank Ettinger says:

    Al,

    I saw that you have been up in our neck of the woods for reviews at the Marriott Lincolnshire and Writer’s Theatre; so I was hoping you might be encouraged to review Enchanted April which will open here at Citadel on April 26th. I’ll have a packet of photos and information together for you if you like, and press are invited to stay after the show, which starts at 8pm, for some light refreshment on opening night.

    I hope to hear from you, just let me know if you can come the 26th or if another date that weekend would work better, and I’ll set the tickets aside for you.

    Regards,

    Frank

    Franklin Ettinger
    Marketing Director
    Citadel Theatre Company

    Theatre Address

    300 S. Waukegan
    Lake Forest, IL 60045

    Em: fettinger@citadeltheatre.org
    Ph: 847.735.8554
    Cell: 224.600.7196

    Web: http://www.citadeltheatre.org
    Facebook: CitadelTheatreCo
    Twitter: @CitadelTheatre1


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