$6 Double Pints
$5 Glass of Wine
$2 premium drinks w/Mz. Ruff N Stuff, show 11pm-1am
Followed by DJ Laura B
$5 cover after 8pm
GAME NIGHT featuring $2 PBR and all vodka for $4.25
$11 Miller Lite Bucket
$1.50 drinks all day
Show Tunes 8pm-2am
Grab some napkins and sing along
Resident VJ Riley York
|Shakers On Clark (Formerly 3160)|
$11 Mix and Match Buckets
$12 Smirnoff Tidal Wave Pitchers $12 Absolut Long Island Pitchers $5 Smirnoff Bombs $2.50 Miller Lite Drafts
DJ Billy $1 Drafts
$2.50 Well Drinks
$3 Miller Lite Bottles
1/2 price martinis
|Dick's R U Crazee|
Buck Burger Night: Burger (or veggie dog) and fries for $1, 5pm-midnight
$4 Absolut Mandarin & cranberry
$2 off beer pitchers
$12 Sweet Tea Lemonade Pitchers
$3 Well $3.50 Pints of Miller Lite $3.50 Shock Tops
3rd Monday of the Month Party
Trannika's Most Wanted Drag Show 8pm - 2am
Presented by Fireball
HamBINGO Mary's every Monday night at 8pm DOWNSTAIRS in the dining room
|The SoFo Tap|
$5 Jameson Shots
$1/2 Price Burgers $3.50 Stella Drafts
College Night first drink 50% off w/college ID, $2 well, $1 draft beer, $4 dom. pitchers
|Crew Bar and Grll|
1/2 Price Flatbread Pizza
Absolut Cocktails - All Flavors $5.00
Bud Light Drafts - $3.25
|Broadway Youth Center|
7PM-9PM: Q, a social group for young LGBT adults, ages 18 to 24.
|Lucky Horseshoe Lounge|
6 Male Dancers starting at 8PM
|DS Tequila Company|
Monday Madness: 1/2 off all food after 5pm
|Kit Kat Lounge & Supper Club|
Half priced drinks
1/3 off food menu
$3.50 all domestic bottle beer
|Phoenix Bar (Hunter's) |
$5 Vodka Redbull $4 Apple Puckershot
|Center on Halsted|
Charm School - Trans* style and etiquette 7PM - 9PM
|Farraguts on Clark|
$6 Pitchers of Miller Lite, PBR, and Leinenkugels
DRAG BINGO w/ Darla Dae 10pm - Free Dance Lessons 7:30pm, country dancing 8-10pm, Dance Party w/Lulu until 4am
$2 well drinks, $2 draft pints, $4 Bacardi bombs, $13 Deep Eddy pitchers
BLUE MOON PINTS WITH A SLICE OF ORANGE - $3.00
|Davenport's Piano Bar Cabaret|
$3.50 Well Drinks Open Mic Night from 8pm-12am
Friday March 24th
The Laramie Project
The story of the tragic murder of a young gay man, Matthew Shepard, in Laramie, Wyoming in 1998 from the viewpoints of the townspeople who struggle to make sense of this crime.
Director Julie Rodgers-Baker, of Wheaton, shares why the of telling this story is still important almost 20 years later, "The Laramie Project affected me on so many levels. Matthew Shepard's brutal beating enraged me. How can people be so cruel? The pain and suffering inflicted on his parents distressed me. I'm a mom; I can't imagine having to go through anything like this".
Over 60 real life characters are portrayed through the story of Matthew Shepard and The Laramie Project. The 13 actors who play all these parts have a unique challenge in how to transform into these different characters in a matter of minutes.
Actor, Zach Gibson, of Glen Ellyn says, "As an actor, we are used to playing characters. In The Laramie Project, we aren't playing characters, but are enacting real people with their own beliefs, thoughts, & emotions. This is both a blessing and a challenge, as each member of the ensemble portrays 4-7 people. I find it very rewarding to embody each of the people I play, and take comfort in exploring my own relationship with who they were/are."
To round out this large cast is Ryan Allen of Arlington Heights, Emily A Beck of Elgin, Darius Fatemi of Chicago, James Griffin of Homer Glen, Hadley Hill of Lombard, Linda Rodemaker of Naperville, Benedict L Slabik II of Lombard, Kevin Taylor of Orland Park, Pam Turlow of Elmhurst, John Vinopal of Arlington Heights, Lynn Walsh of Highland Park, and Krystyn H Wells of Oak Park.
The Laramie Project is Produced by Dave Dolnics of Naperville and Debi Gits-Joseph of Wheaton. Stage Managers are Lisa Dolnics of Naperville and Jessica Scobey of Warrenville.
Actress Pam Turlow gives her inspiration for her portrayal of the people of Laramie, "At this turbulent time in our country's history, I feel it's so important to be doing a show like this that tackles subjects like tolerance and, hopefully, acceptance of all, no matter their lifestyle." She continues, "If our piece of theatre can help to enlighten just one person, can help soften their heart and help them realize that we really all are one, that "love is love", then our job here has been done."
Friday and Saturday performances are at 8 p.m. on March 24 through April 15 with a Thursday 8 p.m. show on April 13. Matinees are at 3 p.m. Sunday April 2 & 9 and Saturday April 15. All tickets are $18 cated in Glen Ellyn near the northwest corner of Butterfield Rd. and Park Blvd.
Village Theatre Guild
3S020 Park Blvd
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137