Plate and Play Thursdays
On Thursday nights beginning August 20, Halcyon is partnering with three neighborhood restaurants for a pre-show meal package for audience members of In Love and Warcraft; Ruk Sushi & Thai, Semiramis Lebanese Cuisine and Tortugas Cantina. Find out more.
A gem in Albany Park bringing authentic Latin American food, drink and entertainment
3224 West Lawrence Avenue, Chicago, IL 60625
Semiramis Lebanese Cuisine
Everything we serve is made from scratch daily, using only the freshest ingredients.
4639-41 N Kedzie Ave, Chicago, IL 60625
Ruk Sushi & Thai
Our menu is inspired by Thai and Japanese cusine offering the best of both worlds. It doesn't matter if it's pad thai, tom yum, curry or sushi, we have a dish to suit almost any taste.
4700 N. Kimball Ave, Chicago, IL 60625
Cosplay night - Friday, August 28The characters of In Love and Warcraft use cosplay to bring to life their Warcraft avatars - and to show how they really see themselves. Come dressed in your favourite cosplay outfit (no genre restrictions, no judgement, but bear in mind that we don't have great climate control in the theater) and share in a geek-friendly good time.
Panel Discussion - Saturday August 29 at 5pm
There will be a panel discussion featuring Sex Therapist Constance Sheehan, on the topic of sex communication, sexuality and internet role playing games. Additional panelists TBA.
Constance Sheehan, Ph.D., L.C.S.W., received a Master of Clinical Social Work at New York University and Ph.D. at Loyola University Chicago. She completed an Interdisciplinary Fellowship in Palliative Care at the Bronx VA and subsequently completed post-graduate studies at: NYU’s International Trauma Studies Program; Ackerman Institute for the Family; Harvard Medical School’s Mind/Body Medicine program as well as Harvard’s Positive Psychology in Mind/Body Medicine. She trained at Loyola Medical Center in Sexual Dysfunction Clinic.
Constance has a long-standing interest in yoga and mindfulness and it’s integration in psychotherapeutic approaches and is a certified yoga instructor in restorative yoga, and yoga for depression and yoga for homeless youth. She is fully teacher trained in Mindful Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) through UMASS Medical Center. She has had extensive training in Restorative Justice and is a certified Circle Keeper. Constance was Clinical Faculty for nine years at The Family Institute at Northwestern University where she taught Sex Therapy and Integration of Family of Origin an Systems and remains the founding director of The Mental Health Human Rights Clinic in the Counseling Program at Northwestern. She is full time Clinical Faculty at DePaul University Department of Social Work. She also teaches Human Rights at University of Chicago SSA, and Clinical courses at Loyola University Chicago MSW program. She has a private practice in Evanston, IL.
Understudy Performance - Saturday Sept. 5th at 8pm.
Understudies Krystal Ortiz (Evie), Alexandra Gonzalez (Kitty) Ian Michael Smith (Raul) and Ted Kitterman (Ryan) will perform in the show alongside Allyce Torres (Female) and Michael Turrentine (Male)
To celebrate the Chicago premiere of In Love and Warcraft, Halcyon's Game Day fundraiser this year celebrates new board/card/tabletop games being developed here in town! Come hang out with Halcyon on Saturday, September 12th (3pm-7pm), and play a wide range of boardgames, with an emphasis on new and developing games designed locally. A number of designers, including The Nerdologues and Ironrise Games, will be on-hand to teach their games in exchange for your valuable playtesting feedback. Food and drink are included in the price of admission, as is a ticket to see In Love and Warcraft after the gaming event wraps up. Join us for an epic day of eating, drinking, gaming, and theatre.
pictured at top: Siobhan Reddy-Best (Evie), photo by Tom McGrath.