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New Play starts tonight at Dream Theatre, Chicago

Barely Concealed Productions presents: O’Brien and O’Brian a world premiere play by Chicago playwright John J. Enright.

O’Brien and O’Brian” is a romantic comedy about modern shared office space, lawyers in love, Irish-phobia, overflowing complications and finding your heart’s desire. As the play opens, it’s moving day. Alan O’Brian, a young lawyer, is leasing office space from a law school study mate Darlene O’Brien. In walks Sam, who knows he wants a lawyer named O’Brien, but doesn’t know which one he wants. Sam needs help with the EPA – they’re suing him about a pond on his property. The plot gets complicated in a comedic fashion.

obrien poster

FeaturingMadelaine Schmitt, Bryan Hart, Greg Callozzo, Nicole Roberts, Julie Soroko and Kate Donoghue. Directed by Anna W Menekseoglu.

The play opens on Thursday, August 15th and runs through Sunday, September 8th onThursdays – Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 7pm at Dream Theatre located at 556 W 18th St., Chicago. Tickets are $17 – $20 and can be reserved by visiting www.barelyconcealed.com or by calling 773-552-8616. A $5 off at the door for theCHICAGOchic, promocode: theCHICAGOchic . A great week night escape, enjoying art and local talent at the art district in Pilsen. We recommend!

A local Production house, Bearly Concealed Productions is dedicated to bringing Chicago’s ‘all-original productions’ to shine light on the lurking truths that hide in plain sight; truths that make us gasp with recognition, cracking our faces with laughter or tears. The audience is kept guessing as complex relationships unfold with the strange but familiar logic of human character.

 

 

 

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