It is Halloween. A time of year when our fans naturally think about haunted houses and the Chicago Mammals. DON'T GIVE THAT BEAST A NAME is a great autumn show with a lot of heart and a ton of scares as well! Come check us out before we close! There are only 4 shows left. This is without a doubt one of the best shows the Chicago Mammals have produced! We're proud of it. We want to share it with you all!
And don't forget that this time next year we will be bringing you ALL GIRL FRANKENSTEIN! We can't wait! Right now we have an indiegogo campaign to get ALL GIRL FRANKENSTEIN underway and if you donate at any level before the week is out, we'll give you the perks you earn plus a free admission for one this weekend for DON'T GIVE THAT BEAST A NAME!
Click here to give. When you do, the Mammals get a notice, we'll put you on the list for either Friday the 26th or Saturday the 27th! You let us know! Thanks again Chicago for helping the Mammals bring you EPIC STORIES IN INTIMATE SPACES!
The Chicago Mammals are proud to present
DON'T GIVE THAT BEAST A NAME
written by Randall Colburn and Bob Fisher
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED by CHICAGO TRIBUNE, CHICAGO READER, CHICAGOTHEATERBEAT.COM, FLAVORPILL, and AWG!
DON'T GIVE THAT BEAST A NAME is the story of newlyweds FRANK and MARIE, a couple of country western one hit wonders whose fortunes take a dark turn when they get involved in a snake handling church. A southern gothic tale inspired by George Buchner's Woyzeck, Shaped Note Hymnals, Classic Country and Murder Ballads.
Starring Gabe Garza* as FRANK and Erin Orr* as MARIE
Jamie Bragg, Liz Chase*, Sean Ewert*, David Fehr, Sarah Koerner*, Elise Mayfield, AJ Miller, Erin Myers, Anthony Stamilio, Gene Van Dyke, Nicolle Van Dyke
* Denotes Chicago Mammals Company Member
Performance Nights -
Friday and Saturday 10/26 & 10/27
Friday and Saturday 11/2 & 11/3
All shows start at 8pm
$20.00 goto beast.brownpapertickets.com
4001 N. Ravenswood Ave Suite 205
Chicago, IL 60613
The Chicago Mammals explore performance works embracing themes of history, mythology, and destiny using the genres of science fiction, horror, and phantasmagoria