Factory Theater’s 20th Season Opens with White Trash Wedding and a Funeral

Earl receive his septic tank cleaning company inheritance from Aunt
Shirley, or will fiance Connie foul things up with the aid of Lonnie?

 See how it all goes down at the American Legion Hall in White Trash Wedding and a Funeral.


in 1995 by ensemble member Mike Beyer* and Bill Havle. This is our
third installment of White Trash, after a widely successful remount at
Mary Arrchie in 2001.  Called “A Marriage Not Made In Heaven” by The
Chicago Tribune, it was heralded as “Perversely Hilarious”. 

Nick Green
from the Reader posed, “White Trash Wedding and a Funeral sticks a boot
in the ass of Middle America while placing a mirror to ‘polite’
society.  At its dumbest moments, the laughs are both uncomfortable and
The Factory is thrilled to be bringing back the boot this April.

It’s time to get Trashy all over again
You’ve been hoping since 2001 that it would come back, just once more. 

You’ve been saving up cans of Schlitz Ice. 
Watching NASCAR. 
Practicing the Chicken Dance.

And now, your patience is about to pay off.   

White Trash Wedding and a Funeral returns to kick off 

The Factory’s 20th season celebration.

previews (4/20 – 4/22) $10

Opening Night 4/27 and general run $20

GALA PARTY 4/28,  $30 
Industry Night 5/14  $5
$45 Flex Pass includes all 3 shows of our 20th Anniversary Season

CLICK HERE to purchase tickets

or call (866) 811 4111

Factory Theater at The Prop Thtr

3502 N. Elston Ave. Chicago, IL 60618