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Indian Boundary Park​ - 2500 West Lunt
Remaining Show Dates: 
March 6, 7 @ 7:00pm
Matinees March 8 at 2:00pm 
*Canceled: March 5th @ 7pm, March 7th @ 2pm* 
                         General Admission
                                              $15.00
Proud to be in partnership with the Chicago Park District since 2011
September 2014
Nov/Dec 2014
Click on the poster for more info on our 2014-2015 Season shows...
Feb/March 2015
June 2015
Bard at the Boundary
Fury presents Tony Award Winning Playwright Christopher Durang’s (Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Beyond Therapy) early dark and wickedly demented comedy about the difficulties of parenting and how twisted and hilarious childhood is! Helen and John, gazing proudly at their new baby are disheartened that it doesn't speak English. Too polite and drunk to check its sex, they decide it’s a girl and name him Daisy. Several years and interventions later, Durang’s twisted characters negotiate the fine line between satire and truth as Daisy struggles not to repeat their calamitous and nonsensical mistakes!


Directed by Kaitlin Taylor
Stage Managed by Paige Fodor
Set Design by Natalie Foster
Sound Design by Mark Rosenthal
Light Design by Eric Vigo 
Props by Kira Lyons

Starring:
 Jack Swokowski*, Julia Rigby, Alyssa Ratkovich, Rebecca Sparks, Damien Mondragon

*Fury Ensemble Member


Christopher Durang’s plays include A History of the American Film (Tony nomination, Best Book of a Musical, 1978), The Actor’s Nightmare, Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All For You (Obie award; off-Bway run 1981-83), The Marriage of Bette and Boo (Public Theatre, 1985; Obie award, Dramatists Guild Hull Warriner Award), Laughing Wild (Playwrights Horizons, 1987), Durang/Durang (an evening of six plays at Manhattan Theatre Club, 1994, including the Tennessee Williams’ parody, For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls), Sex and Longing (Lincoln Center Theatre production at the Cort Theatre, 1996, starring Sigourney Weaver), and Betty’s Summer Vacation (Playwrights Horizons, 1999; Obie award). Source: Christopherdurang.com

Alyssa Ratkovich
Damien Mondragon
Julia Rigby
Rebecca Sparks
Jack Swokowski (Fury Ensemble Member)
Closing Sunday March 8th...
Photo: Fury Theatre
Photo: Fury Theatre
“Beautifully staged - like the movie ‘Boyhood,’ but on acid"
- NewCity Stage, Recommended!
Recommended!

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