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On Stage:  Jeff Recommended!



Tickets Available Now for Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde!

The Joseph Jefferson Committee has designated Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde as a recommended production and tickets are going fast!  Reserve yours now at the Idle Muse Box Office!

This year, Idle Muse, the Chicago company known for transporting you to wide new worlds in intimate theater spaces, explores the most intimate space of all: the human mind.  Our 2014-2015 Season, entitled World of the Self, brings you two fantastic plays about individuals pushing the boundaries of human understanding, brought face to face with the terrible question of whether or not they truly are the men and women they think they are.

On Stage 

Special Events - Afternoon Tea!

Join us for Afternoon Tea!

Join us for Afternoon Tea!

In both Victorian fashion and English tradition, Idle Muse will be hosting Sunday Afternoon Teas* during the run of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde…see the show and stay for tea! Come in your Sunday best!  Victorian, Neo-Victorian, Goth, and Steampunk Costumes are most certainly welcome and encouraged, but not required.

Sunday Tea events require advance reservation, please call 773-340-9438 or email  Tickets can also be purchased online at the Idle Muse Box Office.  Select the “Sunday Tea” ticket option on the checkout screen.

Tickets for Sunday Tea are $25 and include admission to that day’s performance of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Additionally, guests attending performances Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde during the week (Thursday, Friday, Saturday) receive $5 off the regular $20 ticket price if you come in costume.

*Note: there is no Sunday Tea Event closing weekend, Sunday, October 19.

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