This weekend Chicago will boast a high of 61 degrees, blazing spring weather that begs for you to come out of the house for all the arts and entertainment you can stand. Come out for the love, laughter and joy. This weekend a few good plays are closing as the month of March comes to a close.
The following plays to celebrate the weather are, the gospel of loving kindness by Marcus Gardley directed by Chay Yew, is based on the true story of mothers watching their son's grow to succeed in life and struggle. The mothers also bond over loss. This weekend is the last show at the Victory Gardens Theater this weekend March 30, 2014
The Playboy of the western world, by J.M Synge and directed by Michael Menedian is about a real man's man that tells stories of bravery men envy and unbelievable romance that women want to partake with this stranger. The Playboy of the Western world is nearing the end of its run at the Raven Theatre, 6157 N. Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60660 773-338-2177
Don't make me turn the car around Curated by Will Rogers & Arlene Malinowski is about the lives of parents, kids funny events that make you so made you want to scream but can't cause you are laughing. The events are a bit scary cause its so relatable to a typical family road trip. Desperate the play by Richard Gallion, March 30, 2014 at the Harold Washington Cultural Center, 4701 South King Drive, Chicago, Illinois.