It’s like a two-for-one! See great theater and support a wonderful local non-profit.
This weekend, see Reader-recommended “Sweet Confinement” and support NoStigmas, a Chicago-based nonprofit dedicated to raising awareness and erasing the stigmas of suicide and mental illness by sharing stories of hope and inspiration from those touched by suicide and mental illness and educating the general public about mental health issues.
It’s SiNNERS Care weekend! Come see SiNNERMAN’s critically acclaimed “Sweet Confinement” on Dec. 2 or 3 (both shows beginning at 7:30 p.m.) and 25 percent of the ticket price will go straight to this great organization. Afterward, join us for a talkback concerning some of the issues brought up in the show with the cast of “Sweet Confinement” and NoStigmas founder Jacob Moore.
Meanwhile, the show received one more fantastic rave of a review from the blog Eric & Andy’s Reviews You Can Iews to throw on the heap of critical praise the production has already received.
As John Moran wrote in his review of the show, which he gave an A+: “The acting is only augmented by the clean white tile of the bathroom set, created by John Ross Wilson … Brea Hayes has the relationships between characters, past and present, perfectly clear and relatable to any audience. Carini also captures the dramatic weight of the situation, but also peppers the scenario with timely humor. If you enjoy a keyhole view into someone’s world, be sure to check out this show.”