DATES & TIMES:
Previews: Thursday, October 11 and Friday, October 12
Press Opening: Saturday, October 13
Regular Run: Sunday, October 14 through Sunday, November 11
Times: Thursdays/Fridays/Saturdays at 8:00pm and Sundays at 3:00pm
TICKETING & VENUE INFORMATION:
Tickets: $10 previews/$20 regular run
Industry Nights: $7 for Thursday performances
For tickets, please purchase online, visit the box office in person or call the Greenhouse at 773-404-7336
A very limited number of discount tickets are available to all performances at Hottix, TodayTix, and Goldstar.
Venue: Greenhouse Theater Center (2257 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago IL)
For directions, parking, and nearby restaurants, visit HERE.
There is construction on Lincoln Avenue so patrons are recommended to add extra time to their commute, especially if driving.
PLEASE NOTE: WARRIOR CLASS runs 75 minutes with no intermission. This play contains language dealing with violence and assault. If you have questions or concerns, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the show: Written by Kenneth Lin, writer and producer of the hit Netflix series House of Cards, WARRIOR CLASS centers on Julius Lee, a New York assemblyman who's been dubbed “The Republican Obama.” Lee is the son of Chinese immigrants and a decorated war veteran with a seemingly limitless political career ahead of him. When the ghosts of his college days come back to haunt him, Lee must decide how far he'll go to keep a certain incident out of the public eye. Whatever his decision, the consequences may be costly. At a time when political scandals are regular news items and candidates are being scrutinized by the media and the public alike, WARRIOR CLASS taps into the public’s fascination with the world of politics and challenges viewers to think about what we demand and expect of our elected leaders.
Julius: Ben Veatch
Holly: Alison Plott*
Nathan: Scott Olson
Playwright: Kenneth Lin
Director: Carol Ann Tan*
Scenic Designer: Sydney Achler
Lighting Designer: Blake Cordell
Sound Designer: Erik Siegling
Costume Designer: Uriel Gomez
Technical Director: Brian Sprague
Props Coordinator: Derek Bertelsen*
Stage Manager: Kamren Smith
Production Manager: Melanie Kulas*
*denotes member of The Comrades