You can get your tickets on Theater Wit's website and The Ruckus and Tympanic are offering $5 off the next two Thursdays (3/7 and 3/14) with the discount code SISTER.
New City Chicago says "RECOMMENDED. When the first line of a play is “motherfucker,” you know you’re probably in for a good time. Brewed is a lively production full of everything from ultra violence to the supernatural and even some dark family issues." Read full review.
Splash Chicago Magazine says "Brewed is recommended for its very dark satire and wickedly awesome fight scenes...My brother and I sometimes fight, but in the world of Brewed the sisters look like they are auditioning for "Fight Club" (by the time the play was over there were mangled feet, bloodied noses, and blackened eyes). Read full review.
WildClaw company member Casey Cunningham assistant directed this beauty, and you may recognize Erin Myers from our 2011 production of Carmilla.
If you've ever watched a family drama on the stage or screen and said to yourself, "I might have liked that better if there were more actual punches thrown. Or more mysticism. Or more body horror," then BREWED's the play for you. It's dark, it's funny, it's violent. What more could you want from a night out, friends of the Claw?
Tympanic Theatre Company and The Ruckus present
by Scott T. Barsotti
directed by Anna C. Bahow
Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 7pm
@ Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont Ave.
Scott T. Barsotti's website
The Ruckus Theater's website
Tympanic Theatre Company's website
(Photos by Gerard Van Halsema)