Award-winning Chicago playwright Ike Holter concludes his acclaimed seven-play “RightLynd Saga” by assembling his vibrant characters for Lottery Day, a raucous theatrical final act.
Start Date: Thursday, April 11, 2019
End Date: Friday, April 29, 2019
Time: varies by date
Location: Goodman Theatre – The Owen – 170 N. Dearborn St., Chicago, IL 60601
Cost: $15 – $22.50 (Ticketing processing fees apply.)
Additional dates and times may be available. Times and prices vary by date. Please view ticketing page for details.
Long the matriarch of a quickly gentrifying neighborhood, Mallory invites the lonely residents, hardcore activists and starving artists of her block to what she hopes will go down as a legendary barbeque — thanks to a special surprise. But her mysterious plan to revitalize the community might just be the very thing that tears it apart. Centering on a fictitious Chicago ward, “The Rightlynd Saga” includes seven plays: Red Rex, Rightlynd, Exit Strategy, Sender, Prowess, The Wolf at the End of the Block and now this final work, Lottery Day. Don’t miss this play Chicago’s own, whom the Chicago Tribune calls a “thrilling Chicago writer,” at the Goodman Theatre.
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