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Friday, January 1, 2016

Accessible Shakespeare Performance at Chicago Shakespeare Theater - Jan 7 ASL Duo-Interpreted / Jan 8 Open-Captioned

        ASL Duo-Interpreted                                                              Open-Captioned
Thursday, January 7 at 7:30 p.m.                                   Friday, January 8 at 7:30 p.m.

with our “Pay-What-You-Can” Access Program

Staged by Tony Award®-winning director John Rando, this cheeky romp is another hilarious retooling of a classic from acclaimed playwright David Ives, creator of CST's wildly popular The School for Lies and A Flea in Her Ear. Young Eraste has it all—good looks, a beautiful fiancĂ©e and the prospect of a sizable inheritance from an elderly uncle. There’s just one snag: the uncle won’t die and he has bequeathed his entire fortune to someone else. Whatever will the young man do? Hilarious rhyming couplets and contemporary slang abound as eighteenth-century bawdiness is catapulted into the twenty-first. Purchase your tickets in advance by calling 312.595.5600.

For more information, please visit www.chicagoshakes.com/heir.


Have a laugh at the Sign-interpreted or Open-captioned Performances of #cstHEIR @chicagoshakes Details: http://bit.ly/1NexhkJ

#cstHEIR @chicagoshakes #ASL Duo-interpreted on January 7 and #Opencaptioned on January 8. Details Here: http://bit.ly/1NexhkJ #Access

# information as shared by Chicago Shakespeare Theater

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