A photo from Invisible Man

Invisible Man

January 12, 2012 – February 19, 2012

Adapted for the stage by Oren Jacoby
Based on the novel by Ralph Ellison
Directed by Christopher McElroen

ALL PERFORMANCES OF INVISIBLE MAN ARE NEARLY SOLD-OUT. Currently, Standby tickets may be available by calling the box office directly at (773) 753-4472.

Standby Tickets: If a performance is listed as “Sold Out,” you may still be able to purchase tickets. Court Theatre offers a limited number of General Admission tickets for sale when we sell out of reserved seats. These are only available by calling or visiting the box office. Customers who have purchased Standby tickets are guaranteed a seat or their money back. If purchased far enough in advance, the box office will move Standby ticket holders into reserved seats as they become available. On the day of the performance, the House Manager will seat any remaining Standby ticket holders in any empty seats available in the auditorium at showtime. Contact the box office at (773) 753-4472 for full details.

“I am an invisible man.” In this world premiere stage production, the first authorized by The Ralph and Fanny Ellison Charitable Trust, a landmark American novel comes to life.  Ralph Ellison’s classic story of a young African American’s search for his identity blazes with luminous theatricality and truth. Adapted by Oscar-nominated filmmaker Oren Jacoby, Invisible Man marks the first Chicago appearance by award-winning New York City director Christopher McElroen, a co-founder of the Classical Theatre of Harlem. Invisible Man is a produced in association with Christopher McElroen Productions.


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