Three is the magic number in local theater offering

January 29, 2013 by  

Three Viewings is an exciting production being presented by the Oil Lamp Theatre until well into next month.

This dark comedy trilogy consists of interwoven related monologues set in a funeral parlor in the Mid-West. With its fantastic storyline penned by the popular Jeffrey Hatcher, local brochure and poster printing services may have been used to promote this wonderful play to people in this community.

This play tells a poignant tale, exploring surprising and sensitive methods about the fragile threads that are woven around love, compassion, and money, and how they can shape the form of human relationships. Audiences will be drawn into the life of each of the three characters and see how love transcends over loss.

This evening performance introduces the audience to three different stories containing three different relationships and outcomes. This production is directed by Gretchen Sonstroem and will have the audience’s feelings swinging with all the characters. Each story is likely to have the audience questioning the outcome, but enjoying a rich and rewarding evening of fine theatrical performances.

Tickets for this production are $30 per person and available through Brown Paper Tickets or the Oil Lamp Theatre. Three Viewings will run until Sunday, February 10, starting at 7:30 pm at the Oil Lamp Theatre located at 1723 Glenview Road in Glenview, Illinois, just down the road from Morton Grove. For additional information or tickets, please visit the Oil Lamp Theatre website or call the box office at 847-834-0738.