Veronica's Room

When: April 30-May 16 2015

In the realm of the psychological thriller, Ira Levin became royalty when he wrote Rosemary's Baby, the best-selling horror novel of the 1960s. He crafted plays in the same genre, but only two: Interlock, in 1958, and Veronica's Room, in 1973. Through May 16, the Funky Little Theater Company is staging 7 o'clock shows of the latter, at its 2109 Templeton Gap Road location. Tickets are $11 on Thursdays, $15 on Fridays and Saturdays (and on Monday, May 11). You'll get an old mansion, "dissolute caretakers" and living people dressing up as dead people ... all of which adds up to something Time Out Chicago has called "claustrophobically creepy." — Kirk Woundy

Price: $15 ($12 Thursdays/online only)


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