Supported by the Chicago Community Trust, TimeLine Theatre produces and performs plays that have historical significance but ... More
Supported by the Chicago Community Trust, TimeLine Theatre produces and performs plays that have historical significance but also target present political scenario. They have showcased classic plays like "Timepieces", "Dolly West's Kitchen", "Widowers' Houses", "Not About Nightingales" and many more. Affiliated with the "Alford-Axelson Award for Nonprofit Managerial Excellence", After Dark Award and has also won the "Joseph Jefferson Citations", for five years in a row, the theatre continues to bridge the gap between the past and present entertainment era.
The building where Excalibur is housed opened in 1892. It was dubbed "the castle" and designed by Henry Ives Cobb,
best known in Chicago as the architect for the Fisheries Building at the 1893 World's Fair. Today, "the castle" ...
While Friends star David Schwimmer is perhaps the most famous member of the theater company, no one in this troupe
could be accused of riding on Schwimmer's coattails. Shortly after graduation in 1989, the students formed the company in ...