Chicago’s Theater District just got bigger.
Located on the 14th floor of the Cambria Hotel at 32 West Randolph and considered “the attic of the Oriental Theater,” a cavernous new theater space is emerging as the home for Teatro ZinZanni’s “Love, Chaos and Dinner,” an immersive cirque/music/improv production slated to begin performances April 5, 2019.
Self-described as “a Kit Kat Club on acid,” the show also is running now in Seattle with a San Francisco production planned for next year. It features a multi-course feast accompanied by an international cast of entertainers including trapeze artists, hoop aerialists, acrobats, body juggling, live music and more. Improv comedian/actor Frank Ferrante serves as the emcee for the madcap high jinks and world-class cirque performances…
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