Halcyon Theatre Presents: Meow What? A Comedy Extravaganza with Broken Lizard

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Halcyon Theatre Presents

A Comedy Extravaganza with Broken Lizard 

Thursday, February 25 at Park West

(November 30, 2015) – Halcyon Theatre, the Albany Park-based Equity theater company fiercely committed to making the stage as diverse as the city of Chicago, is proud to announce that hilarious comedy troupe Broken Lizard is coming to Chicago with Meow What? The one-night comedy extravaganza features Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme, Paul Soter and Erik Stolhanske, the stars and creators of the movie comedies Super Troopers, Club Dread, Beerfest, The Slammin’ Salmon and the long-awaited, soon-to-be-releasedSuper Troopers 2Meow What?, happens Thursday, February 25, 2016, 8 p.m. at Park West, 322 W. Armitage. Tickets, $25-$45, proceeds benefit Halcyon Theatre.

Meow What?: An Evening With Broken Lizard
Thursday, February 25, 8 p.m. (doors at 7 p.m.)
Park West
Tickets: $25, $30, $35 and $45 at jamusa.com/park-west

All ages; under 18 must be accompanied by a legal guardian

About Halcyon

Halcyon Theatre is fiercely committed to making the stage as diverse as the city of Chicago. Dedicated to presenting new voices from inadequately represented communities, Halcyon works to recast classic works in order to showcase contemporary relevance.

Based in the Albany Park neighborhood, Halcyon Theatre was formed in 2006 to connect people, transform borders and ascend toward a more just union. The theatre’s artistic philosophy is driven by the continuing belief that at every point of human history where there has been an explosion of artistic creativity, it has happened when different cultures and traditions have met and learned from each other. Halcyon’s work includes productions as well as providing platforms—including Compass Lab as well as writing workshops & new play labs—for artists to grow and reach their full potential.

For more information visit halcyontheatre.org.