Speaking in Tongues at the WIT thru March 24th



Following its critically acclaimed success Hot ‘N’ ThrobbingInterrobang Theatre Project continues its third season with SPEAKING IN TONGUES by Australian playwright Andrew Bovell, directed by Artistic Director Jeffry Stanton, playing thru– March 24, 2013 at Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont Ave. in Chicago. 

The production features Meg ElliottJoe FlynnJenny Lamb and Neal Starbird.  Tickets for SPEAKING IN TONGUES are available at www.theaterwit.org/boxoffice.  


a masterfully written polyphony about the mistakes we make, the
emotional scars we inflict on those we pretend to love and the
consequences of actions with which we’re left to grapple. Four actors
portray nine characters caught in a destructive web of coincidence,
betrayal, desire and obsession. Skeletons are exhumed, lonely marriages
are unveiled, a wife goes missing, contracts are broken by intimates and
tenuous bonds are formed between strangers.  The haunting SPEAKING IN TONGUES will have you piecing together exactly what happened long after you leave the theatre.

toured the world to great acclaim since it was first produced at
Sydney’s Griffin Theatre Company in 1996. It made its U.S. premiere in
2001 at the Roundabout Theatre Company in New York, where it was hailed
as “Clever, Provocative and Resonant!” by The New York Times, “Evocative and Hypnotic!” by USA Today and, “A play of shimmering, iridescent beauty,” by the Financial Times.

Curtain Times:          Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 pm; Sundays at 3 pm

Tickets:   $25