Join Living Room Playmakers as we return to the iconic Salvage One in West Town for Artifacts reimagined. Part audio tour, part live theatre, Artifacts is a one-of-a-kind, site-inspired event that will lead you deep into a labyrinthine urban artifacts store.
Written by Erin Austin, Jonathan Baude, and Jessy Lauren Smith, with contributions by Chad Eschman.
Performed by Nathaniel Andrew, Lawrence Grimm, Adrienne Matzen, and Karen Yates.
Directed by Shannon Fillion.
Assistant Directed by Will Quam.
Dramaturgy by Jenni Lamb.
Produced by Jessy Lauren Smith and Kasey Waas.
Living Room Playmakers is committed to including all audience members, regardless of financial resources. If a ticket to the show is going to break your bank, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is approximately 75 minutes of walking, with no intermission and limited seating opportunities. Performances on February 23 & 24 and March 3, 4, 9 & 10 are wheelchair/device accessible with one period of obstructed view during a brief live scene. Due to construction, performances on March 16 & 17 may require the use of stairs. We apologize for the inconvenience.
The wheelchair accessible entrance is in the rear courtyard which can be accessed from the alley just to the north of Hubbard Street. The alley can be reached either from Wood to the east or Wolcott to the west. The Salvage One courtyard is the only open, gated area on the south side of the alley.
As a theatre collective that works in unusual spaces, we are constantly trying to improve accessibility and make our work available to all Chicagoans. We will have LRP members available before/during the performance to answer questions and provide any additional assistance as needed. Please feel free to reach out in advance of the show with questions as well.
How long is the show?
This event is approximately 75 minutes and will begin at 2pm. We invite you to join us for light refreshments and conversation after the performance.
How do I get there?
Salvage One is located at 1840 W Hubbard Street, close to bus stops for the Ashland, Damen, and Grand lines. Street parking is also available.
Do I need to bring my own headphones?
We'll be providing listening equipment for all audience members, including headphones. If you're partial to your own earbuds, you're welcome to bring them.
Will anyone jump out of a cabinet and scare me or make me participate?
No. We promise. No jump scares. No actors asking you questions.
Salvage One (View)
1840 West Hubbard Street
Chicago, IL 60622
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|