$15. 8 p.m. See them take ordinary everyday people and turn them into hilarious characters certain to embarrass you and your friends. They are the sublime and ridiculous. Featuring Second City teachers, Alumnae, and some of the lovely ladies of The Spew, including: Jack Bronis (Director), Randy Craig, Mary Olivieri, Mary Fahey Hughes, Lynda Shadrake, Pat Musker and Jimmie Meader and Berwyn's own Jeffrey Leviticus Shivar on the keyboard. Rated PG-13.
8 p.m. $20, $18/seniors/students. Open Door's Fall Music Series featuring the music of great songs and writers NOT in the Great American Songbook. Enjoy a double bill: Hannah Frank and the music of Dylan and whitewolfsonicprincess giving tribute to The Rolling Stones.
7:30 p.m. $15 ($12/seniors). Charles Troy returns to share the incredible back story to the making of both the Broadway production and the movie of Cabaret. He tells this amazing story with original graphics, clips from the film and audio tracks from the stage productions.
A group of students from Oak Park and River Forest High School looking to get more people involved in theater are gearing up for their first show next week — a comedy they wrote, acted and directed themselves.
If you've seen any TV commercials from the 1980s or early 90s, you've probably heard the voice of Cindy Fee. She was the voice behind the Hoover vacuum cleaner ("Nobody does it like you"). She told consumers to "get on your Pontiac and ride."
I continue urging people to "get on over to Open Door" to check out what's happening at this newest of local theater spaces, located on Ridgeland just south of Harrison in Oak Park. That was even before Open Door Repertory Company's current production, which is so joyful and dynamic you'd better act quickly.