"Don't Miss Pick"!
"Allotment Annie is thought-provoking"!
"Playwright Mark Mason pens a rare tale"!
"Kate Black-Spence is outstanding"!
- Katy Walsh, Chicago Theater Beat
"Mason’s play is seductive, its lighthearted dialogue quickly giving way to dark psychological intrigue"!
-Rory Leahy, Centerstage Chicago
"Director Bridgette Harney works marvels with her compelling cast"!
"Kate Black-Spence is a revelation"!
-Brian Kirst, Sheridan Road Magazine
"Very well acted'!
-Carol Moore, Spotlight on the Lake
january 3 - february 3, 2013
1944: In wartime, sometimes you have to kill to keep love alive. What starts as a harebrained war profiteering scheme by a dashing Army Air Force pilot and a beautiful bartender turns into sex, betrayal and murder, and bodies start to fall in more ways than one during the most violent year of the twentieth century.
We infuse swing dancing and 1940's radio in this world premiere running now through February 3rd
3829 N. Broadway Avenue
Chicago, IL 60613
Watch the video trailer: