For those who love a good romance movie, but would never admit that they love romance movies, comes «Nicholas Sparks: The Musical». Taking influences from The Notebook and the other (not as good) titles by Nicholas Sparks, the show parodies the corny tales of love and romance in one act. Sam (not Samantha) never thought she’d fall in love until she meets Lawson Dawson, and sings about it.
Brought to you by seasoned comedic performers from Chicago, and written by Annie Lynch, a woman sick of waiting for her own romantic comedy to happen.
Stage Managed by: John Craig
Musical Directed by: Katie Foster
Produced by: Willie Opper
Written by: Annie Lynch
Directed by: Julie Merica
Friday nights, July 28th — August 18th, 2017
1225 W. Belmont Ave
Chicago, IL 60657
$17.50 — at the door
$13.50 — in advance
Viewer discretion is advised, adult language and content.
Go to stage773.com for tickets and more information.
Stage 773 is located just a few blocks from the Red, Brown, and Purple Line Belmont stop. Valet parking is available.
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