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Protecting audiences and actors

We couldn't be more excited to open our doors again. We are taking the following steps to support safe attendance during your visit.

  • Everyone (including audience members) at Theater Wit is required to be vaccincated to enter the building.
    • Each audience member over 11 years of age must show proof of vaccination at the door for admittance. At this time, children under the age of 12 are not admitted.
    • Please present your vaccination card (electronic photos and copies are acceptable) when you arrive.
    • If you are unable to be vaccinated for any reason, you may show negative results from a PCR test for COVID-19 administered in the last 48 hours as an alternative.
    • If you forget proof of vaccination, we will reschedule your tickets at no charge.
  • Free Exchanges due to illness
    • If you are feeling unwell, please do not attend :)
    • Contact our box office on the day of performance and we will reschedule your ticket at no charge.
  • All high-touch surfaces are cleaned regularly throughout the evening.
  • Masking is currently required for vaccinated audiences and front of house staff, as per the City of Chicago and CDC's health advisory.
  • Our upgraded HVAC systems increase the number air exchanges to remove aerosolized droplets and provide updated filtering to meet CDC and city standards.
A co-production with About Face Theater

★★★ A stellar cast! Some of Harmon's best writing. Flat-out funny!Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune
Recommended! There's not a misstep or misplayed moment in the whole glorious productionChicago Reader
Made me laugh so hard I almost couldn't breathe and then proceeded to have me very close to tears at the end. A hilarious and heartbreaking gem.Broadway World Chicago
starring

Alex Weisman*
Ann Whitney*
Amanda Drinkall*
Tiffany Oglesby
Cassidy Slaughter-Mason
Benjamin Sprunger
Ninos Baba

Jordan Berman is a single gay man in New York City. Mr. Right is nowhere on his horizons. As he's nearing his 30's, his close group of girlfriends begin getting married en masse. What happens when you feel like life is leaving you behind but you're still expected to be at the forefront cheering on your friends on their perfect wedding day? Significant Other is a bittersweet comedy about friendship, single-hood, and hoping you're not the one choking on car exhaust as the "Just Married" sign disappears from view in Theater Wit's hit unromanticly romantic comedy.

RECOMMENDED! Absolutely delightful!New City

* indicates a member of Actors Equity, the union of professional stage managers and actors

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