Dead Writers Theatre Collective's Chamber Series presents fully staged classics in an intimate Cabaret setting, complete with full period costumes, sets and props to provide the viewer a close-up and personal theatrical experience.

Include with is a complimentary glass of wine.  Seating is limited to 60 per performance over 2 evenings and tickets go quickly. 

Pierre Cartlet De Marivaux's

"The Game of
Love & Chance"

Translated & Adapted by
       Stephen Wadsworth

Directed By
Charlie Marie McGrath

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Paul Deiderick & Megan Delay                            : Charlie McGrath

Megan Delay as Sylvia
Christine Renee Jone as Lisette
Noah Sullivan as Monsieur Orgon
Shane Michael Murphy as Mario
Paul Diedrich as Dorante
Travis Barnhart as Harlequin

Story:  “The Game of Love and Chance,” set in 18 Century Paris, tells the story of Silvia and Dorante, who are engaged to be married but have never met. On paper they are a perfect match, yet each wants to be sure the other is worthy of marriage. To get a better idea of the type of person he is, she trades places with her servant and disguises herself. However, unknown to her, Dorante has the same idea and trades places with his valet. Despite mayhem and social taboos, true love ultimately resolves all. 

Performed in full period costumes with props and furniture in a Cabaret setting.

            Dates: October 14th & 15th, 2014

Venue: Stage 773 Cabaret
     1225 West Belmont Avenue
Chicago, IL  60657

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