Mark Twain in Person
"Mark Twain in Person" has been seen over a thousand times since its 1967 debut, touring in the U.S., Canada, and Great Britain.
ShawChicago is pleased to present Richard Henzel's one- man tour-de-force in a special one-night performance. Only 55 seats are available for this intimate production and a reception will be held following the performance.
"...With his wild mane of bright hair and ice cream suit, Henzel's Twain is a white knight in happy combat with human folly..." said Lawrence Bommer. "...surpasses the common notion of what one-man shows are capable of achieving..."-Chicago Tribune. "As an example of American theatre at its finest, Henzel is magnificent."-Cambrian News, Cardiff, Wales.
This special one night performance will take place in the historic Studio 825 in the Fine Arts Building which became the home of the Anna Morgan Studio for the Art of Expression from 1899. Morgan presented the first Chicago production of Bernard Shaw's "Candida" in 1900 as well as the world premiere of Shaw's "Caesar and Cleopatra"in 1901.
Studio 825 in the Fine Arts Building (View)
408 S. Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60605
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|