midsummer (A Play with songs)

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"Multifaceted ‘Midsummer’ speaks (and sings) volumes about love, life"

-- The Chicago Sun-Times

★★★★★ "A joyful tale of wild sex and terrible hangovers.. Exhilarating. You float out laughing… Exhilarating. – The Guardian

★★★★★ "A beautiful, mesmerizing piece of storytelling that makes you fall in love..." - British Theatre

★★★★ "Sad, funny and instantly recognizable ... irresistible and unmissable." - The Herald

“A full-fledged rom-com, evoking the kind of movies that once teamed Tom Hanks with Meg Ryan.” – NY Times

"Beautifully speak(s) to the universal themes of love, pain, and the whole damn thing.” – Theatremania

"A warm-hearted, beautifully sculpted musical romantic comedy” - The Scotsman

“A touching fantasy about the highs and lows of looking for love” – Time Out





10. “Even as it contains far more drinking, drug use, sex, swearing, and general adult-themed tomfoolery, Midsummer offers quite the childlike worldview.” 3 1/2 stars, Chicago Suntimes


9. “You must find a way to clear your schedule and see this top-notch production that will bring a smile to your heart.” 5 stars, Around the Town Chicago 


8. “Two of Chicago’s most skilled and likeable performers running into gangsters, (goth) kids, and bridesmaids, each more wacky than the last.” 3 stars, Chris Jones, Chicago, Tribune


7. “A faced pace, funny look at love, life, and the ache of aging.” Chicago Reader 


6. “I can’t do justice to the immense joy it engendered in me.” Chicago Onstage


5. “It’s a rare treat to watch such talent in the intimacy of a 198 seat theater.” Broadway World


4. “I cannot recommend this show highly enough.”  Chicago theater and Concert Reviews


3. “Riotously funny and dolefully honest. Highly Recommended.” Susan Lieberman


2. “These characters and the virtual abandonment of the fourth wall allows the pace of the action to throttle forward effortlessly.” Picks In Six 


1. “Midsummer is a darkly humorous, poignant night at the theater.”

Chicagoland Stage Standard