Friday, October 30, 2009

Industry Ticket Offers

The Flowers – About Face Theatre at Stage Left Theatre, 3408 N. Sheffield, is offering $10 industry tickets to their Monday, November 2 performance at 7:30 p.m. To reserve tickets call 773-784-8565 x111 or go online to and use the discount code INDUSTRY. There are a limited number of discounted seats available. This offer is subject to availability and cannot be used in combination with any other discount.

Book of Days – EverGreen Theatre Ensemble at Naperville Women’s Club, 14 S. Washington St. is offering $10 industry tickets to any performance through November 14th. For tickets call 630-544-9504 and mention this industry offer.

For a complete list of industry ticket offers available click here.

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Promotional Opportunity with CAR

The Chicago Artists Resource wants to show off Chicago theatre, one slice at a time! The CAR theater section is seeking to refresh it's collection of banner photos for display at The banner photos appear at the top of the page, and rotate through the collection on each page refresh.

TO SUBMIT YOUR WORK: Email a 1000x106 pixel jpg (usually a cropped portion of a more standard-sized image), along with your company's name and website URL, the show featured and production year, and (and this is important) the name of the photographer. We recommend that you look at the banners currently posted on our site to get an idea of what kinds of cross-sections look good within these dimensions. We review submissions on an ongoing basis, and will notify you if we use your image. Send images and questions to

Industry Ticket Offer

Macabaret - Porchlight Music Theatre is offering discounted $15 tickets for this Saturday and Sunday, 10/31 and 11/1, to see its Halloween cabaret musical. Show times are 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, 6 p.m. on Sunday. Call the Theatre Building Chicago box office at 773-327-5252 and mention "League offer" to receive discount.

Looking Back and Looking Forward

I was very happy to see so many folks at our annual meeting last week. It was actually kind of fun. I am not afraid to admit that public speaking scares me to death but it really isn’t so bad with such a receptive crowd. The half hour or so we spent socializing before the meeting was pretty great as well. I love to see everyone talking and having fun, I sort of hated to interrupt. I gave a short speech about the last year and what’s coming up. If you read this blog regularly you already know everything I talked about. Roche, in his last annual meeting as chairman of the League board introduced all of our new board members, who are listed in the broadcast.

I am looking forward to the next year with great anticipation, I think it is going to be, as the past year was, exciting and challenging. One of my major goals (aside from the goals of the League) is to meet more of you and to see more of your shows.

Only seven people responded to our survey about topics for Theater Dish, so we’re thinking that is not the most popular program. For now, we are not going to schedule any more Theater Dish events unless something comes up that seems like it might have a lot of interest for the community. As always, please feel free to bring something you think would be interesting to us and we will endeavor to make it happen.


Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Financial Management Responsibilities of NFP Board Members

Presented by CPAs for the Public Interest
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Registration: 5:00 pm Workshop: 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Board members take on the important responsibility of providing governance for their not-for-profit organization. They may be well versed on the organization's mission, but how much do they know about its finances? Part of the role of a board member, whether or not they have a financial background, is to provide financial oversight and protect the assets of the organization. As a board member, learn the very basics of your financial responsibilities: what you need to know and be aware of to ensure your not-for-profit's financial health.
Presenter: Clifford Shapiro, CPA - Blackman KallickCourse Code: PI128
Location: Illinois CPA Society, 550 W. Jackson Suite 900
$40.00 per person per workshop
To register, call 800.993.0393 and refer to the course code provided. Visit their website for more info.

Industry Ticket Offers

Animal Crackers – Goodman Theatre, 170 N. Dearborn is offering complimentary tickets for select performances through October 31 including Wednesday (7:30 p.m.), Thursday (2 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.), Friday (8 p.m.) and Saturday (8 p.m.). Please RSVP by calling Goodman Theatre’s Box Office at 312.443.3800 and mentioning this offer. Tickets are limited and offered on a first come/first served basis. They can be picked up at the Box Office one hour before your performance. For information about Animal Crackers, please visit:

You Can't Take It With You - Village Players Performing Arts Center, 1010 Madison Street in Oak Park is offering a limited number of $10 tickets for all performances this weekend through November 1. Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m. Call 866-764-1010 and mention this offer. Visit for more information."

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Industry Ticket Offers

The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity - Victory Gardens Biograph Theater, 2433 N. Lincoln, is offering a limited number of comp tickets to the Wednesday, October 28, 2 p.m. performance. For tickets call 773-871-3000 and use code LEAGUE. Offer subject to availability, maximum of 2 tickets per order for League members only.

Yeast Nation (the triumph of life) - American Theater Company, 1909 W Byron St. is offering $10 industry rush tickets available for the Thursday, October 29th, 8 p.m. performance. Industry rush tickets go on sale at the Box Office 45 minutes prior to curtain. Please present head-shot, resume or equity card with ticket purchase.

Fake – Steppenwolf Theatre, 1650 N. Halsted is offering $10 industry tickets on Saturday, October 31st at 3 and 7:30 p.m. For tickets call 312-335-1650 and mention code 6141. Tickets subject to availability and must be reserved by 2 p.m. on October 31st. For more information visit

The Hundred Dresses – Chicago Children’s Theatre at The Royal George Theatre, 1641 N. Halsted is offering 2 for 1 tickets on October 31st at 3 p.m. Use the discount code “Treat4” online or over the phone to receive a free ticket with the purchase of a full price adult ticket. Free candy will be available on site and audience members are encouraged to wear costumes. For tickets call 312-988-9000 or order online at

Monday, October 26, 2009

Space Availability

Raven Theatre announces an opening for a three week, prime-time rental in the West Theatre in the Raven Theatre Complex February 15-March 7, 2010. Rental rates are competitive and include full lighting, sound, and monitoring equipment. For more information, please contact Zena Vaughn, Managing Director at (773) 338-2177 or

Raven Theatre is currently booking prime-time and off night rentals for holiday shows during the month of December 2009. Space can also be rented for rehearsal or holiday parties. Rental rates are competitive and include full lighting, sound, and monitoring equipment. These bookings are first come, first served. For more information, please contact Zena Vaughn, Managing Director at (773)338-2177 or

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Industry Ticket Offers

Days to Come – The Artistic Home, 3914 N. Clark St. is offering $15 industry tickets on October 29 at 7:30 p.m. and November 1st at 3 p.m. at the door with headshot, resume or business card.

Rhymes With Evil – InFusion Theatre at the Storefront Theater, 66 E. Randolph, is offering $10 industry tickets for Thursdays during the run through November 5. For reservations call 312-742-8497 and just bring your headshot or resume with you to the box office to take advantage of the industry discount. Visit for more information.

For a complete list of current industry ticket offers click here.

PR Workshop

Do you know how to write a press release? Do you know how to get critics to come to your shows? Do you know how to effectively get audience who don't know you or your friends in the cast to come and see the show? Any budget can make a good marketing plan even a very small budget, if you have the right information. Workshop includes a press list, examples of press releases, hand outs from Marketing Books and your questions answered.

Dates: Thursdays, November 5 & 12 from 6-8 p.m.
Location: 1412 W. Irving Park Rd.(CICs Annex space)
Cost: $60
INSTRUCTOR: Angie McMahon is the Executive Producer and Founder of Chemically Imbalanced Comedy, a 10 year old not for profit Theater Company in Chicago. She is also the former Network Committee Chairman for the Chicago Comedy Association. She has done marketing for such companies as Free Associates Theater Company (B.S., Frodo-a-go-go @ The Royal George), HeadCheese Fatboss (Hipmas Carol), Sweetback Productions (Screw X-Mas), and Bucky's Planet Productions (Big Kids Comedy Hour and Pimprov). Resume and recommendations can be found here:
Email to sign up

Annual Member Meeting

Please come to the annual member meeting on Monday at Victory Gardens. I will be talking about the work of the League over the past year and about what we will be doing over the coming year. It’s an opportunity for members to ask questions and make comments and suggestions. Of course, everyone is welcome to call or email me anytime to talk about the League, but this is also a chance meet the board and staff of the (did you know there are representatives of every budget category on the League board?), have a glass of wine and hang out with your colleagues. It’s only an hour and a half and I’d love to see you all there. 6:00 at Victory Gardens, RSVP to

The past couple of weeks, I have been out talking to lots and lots of people, meetings and speaking and all kinds of stuff and I really can’t tell you what an honor it is to speak on behalf of the League and Chicago theatre. Last week I helped to organize an Elderhostel tour of Chicago theatre, (Elderhostel is a tour group for seniors that takes tours around the world, this was their first time doing a Chicago theatre tour). I had the opportunity to address them on the first day of their tour and on the last day. They saw shows, had backstage tours, went to workshops and sat in on classes and generally had a great exposure to who we are. At that last day they were absolutely ecstatic about what they had seen, two couples came up to me and said they were going home and asking their theatre communities why they can’t be more like Chicago. Another had been on several theatre tours before (New York and London) and said this was the best. Elderhostel has already scheduled another tour for next year. It was awesome, I was so puffed up with pride. You guys rock!


Wednesday, October 21, 2009

TCG Future Collaborations Travel Grants

Theatre Communications Group announces the next round of New Generations: Future Collaborations travel grants. Individual theatre practitioners and theatres may apply.

Winter/Spring deadline: Nov. 16, 2009
Summer/Fall deadline: Feb. 22, 2010

New Generations: Future Collaborations Grants Amount: up to $6,000 per recipient
Geographically unrestricted travel grants of up to $6,000 will be paid to theatres and individual theatre professionals to facilitate international collaboration by way of hosting or traveling abroad.

Visit TCG's website for Guidelines and Application.

The Fundraising Board: A Team Approach

An intensive workshop for individuals – staff and board—responsible for an organization’s fundraising and donor development efforts. Presented by the Arts and Business Council of Chicago.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Baker & McKenzie, One Prudential Plaza
130 E. Randolph Drive, 39th Floor

Click here for more information and to register.

Industry Ticket Offers

Yeast Nation (the triumph of life) - American Theater Company, 1909 W Byron St. is offering $10 industry rush tickets for the Thursday, October 22nd, 8 p.m. performance. Industry rush tickets go on sale at the Box Office 45 minutes prior to curtain. Please present head-shot, resume or equity card with ticket purchase.

Arsenic and Old Lace – Theatre and Interpretation Center at Northwestern University is offering FREE industry tickets on Sunday, October 25 at 8 p.m. Tickets: (847) 491-7282. Mention promo code: Industry. Limit 2 tickets per order. Subject to ticket availability.

Caesarian Section - Teatr Zar, Poland’s Grotowski influenced theatrical troupe, is offering $15 industry tickets to the U.S. premiere on Thursday, November 12 at 7:30 pm. Audiences get to sit on the stage of the enclosed Jay Pritzker Pavilion for this show. For tickets, call 312.742.TIXS (8497) and mention INDUSTRY or visit

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Industry Offers

Summer People – The Gift Theatre, 4802 N. Milwaukee, is offering $10 preview tickets this weekend through October 25. For tickets call 773-283-7071 and mention code word “Hammond’s Campground.”

City Lit Theater’s 30th Anniversary Party – City Lit Theater at the Greenhouse Theater Center, 2257 N. Lincoln is offering $20 industry tickets on Monday, October 26 at 7:30 p.m. For tickets call 773-293-3682 or email Includes readings from B.J. Jones, Terry McCabe, Dorothy Milne, David New, Joyce Piven, Steve Scott, Kathy Scambiatterra, Kristine Thatcher, Dennis Zacek and emceed by Mike Nussbaum!

Mistakes Were Made – A Red Orchid Theatre, 1531 N. Wells, is offering a pay what you can industry night on Monday, October 26 at 8 p.m. For tickets call 312-943-8722 and bring a headshot or resume to pick up your tickets.

Spoon River Anthology – Saint Sebastian Players at St. Bonaventure Church, 1625 W. Diversey, is offering $10 industry tickets October 23 – 25 with headshot or resume. For more information visit

Calls to Blood – The New Colony at the Royal George Theater, 1641 N Halsted, is offering $15 unlimited industry show passes for the duration of the run. Passes allow you to see the show as often as you like at no additional cost. Call the box office and use the code HEART to reserve your industry passes. Visit or call 312.988.9000 for more information.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Annual Member Meeting...RSVP Today!

RSVP now for the annual membership meeting on Monday, October 26, 2009 from 6 - 8 p.m. at the Victory Gardens Biograph Theater Studio, 2433 N. Lincoln. Every member company is encouraged to send at least one representative. RSVP to

Award Nominations

We are now accepting award nominations for our 2010 Gala.
Artistic Leadership Award (recent recipients - Chicago Shakespeare Theater, The Second City, Martha Lavey)
Lifetime Achievement Award (recent recipients - Marcie McVay, Jackie Taylor, Chuck Smith)
Tribute Award - (recent recipients - Janet Davies, Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, Chicago Community Trust)
If you have a candidate you'd like to nominate, email


I wrote a while back about communication and how we can better communicate with you. Communication also happens to have been the theme of the recent Storefront Summit, which if you didn’t attend, I would highly encourage you to attend the next one which will be announced soon. Anyway, we have made the broadcast easier to read (we hope), but I am still running into people on a fairly regular basis who are members or who work in member organizations who are unaware of what is going on at the League. So we continue to look for and work on better ways to communicate, to get our message to people who want to hear it. It’s really the same problem as communicating with patrons I think. What is the best way to get the message out? Does the broadcast not work anymore? Is there a better way? If the broadcast is the only way to reach a large number of individuals, what is a good way to get people to read it? It seems kind of silly that we have this problem with so many different types of communications at hand these days, but maybe that’s the problem. Are there too many ways? In the olden days people opened their mail and answered their phones and that was it. Maybe it was harder to ignore. What’s hard to ignore now? I think nothing is hard to ignore because we have so many messages bombarding us. Are there examples of things you never ignore? And I don’t mean phone messages from your mother, your boss, whatever…are there messages that are not personal that you actually enjoy receiving. Hmmm…I actually don’t know the answer to that for myself. I’m going to think about it. In the meantime, any suggestions would, as always, be appreciated.


Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Industry Ticket Offers

The Man Who Was Thursday - New Leaf Theatre at the Lincoln Park Cultural Center, 2045 N. Lincoln Park West is pleased to offer $10 industry tickets to all performances through November 21st. Visit for more information. Call 773.516.3546 or e-mail to make a reservation.

Bread and Salt: Selected Chicago Poems of Carl Sandburg - Millennium Park has complimentary tickets to performances on October 22-24 at 7:30 p.m. for a work in progress by Chicago Actors Wordshop. Audiences get to sit on the stage of the enclosed Jay Pritzker Pavilion for this show. For tickets, call 312.742.TIXS (8497) and mention INDUSTRY or visit

End Days – Next Theatre Company, 927 Noyes St. in Evanston is offering $10 industry tickets for Friday 10/30 and Friday 11/6 at 8 p.m. For tickets, call 847-475-1875 or go to and use code INDUSTRY.

For a complete list of current industry ticket offers, click here.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Free Learning Opportunity

Sign up for the Arts Engagement Exchange Fall Learning Circle today! Using Research to Build Your Arts Audience. Whether your arts organization has a dedicated marketing staff or a multi-tasking staff member, this hands-on workshop will help you create audience research to serve as a foundation for your marketing strategy. You’ll learn how to gain valuable insight into current and potential audience composition and behavior. From identifying the specific types of information you need to the “how-to’s” of data analysis and interpretation, you will leave this workshop with the confidence to organize and conduct audience research to set your marketing priorities.

Workshop facilitators Kelley Lavin and Brenda Magnetti Erickson have created research-based marketing strategies for some of the country’s most successful companies including Unilever, Johnson & Johnson, Wal-Mart, Target, and Anheuser- Busch among many others. Today they bring their set of highly specialized skills to help their non-profit and commercial clients build innovative marketing plans. They show their clients that research does not necessarily need to be expensive or complicated to provide an effective base to a marketing strategy. What is more important is that research is an integrated part of a group’s mission and goals, something that can benefit arts organizations.When: October 27, November 3, and November 13 from 9am-noon (You must attend all three)
Where: Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington

For more information about requirements and registration details, visit!

Attention: Producers, Directors and Playwrights

Gorilla Tango Theatre is having an Open House from 5:30pm - 9:00pm on Wednesday, October 21, 2009. Always been curious about producing at Gorilla Tango? Want to come check out the space? Need to meet with someone face to face to discuss your options? Come to the Gorilla Tango Theatre Open House- 1919 N. Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago IL 60647 - any time from 5:30-9:00pm on Wed., October 21, 2009 to talk with us! Contact Kelly at, 773-598-4549, or visit for more information.

Industry Offers

Silk Road Cabaret: Broadway Sings the Silk Road – Silk Road Theatre Project at the Historic Chicago Temple Building, 77 W. Washington St., Pierce Hall, is offering $10 industry tickets October 21, 22, and 23 at 8 p.m. - The. Advance purchases on-line only at Use coupon code "INDUSTRY.” Day of Performance Door Purchases – Industry Tickets available up to one hour before curtain.

Plans 1 Through 8 From Outer Space - New Millennium Theatre Company at National Pastime Theatre, 4139 N. Broadway in Chicago is offering $10 industry tickets for Friday and Saturday nights at 11 pm through October 31. Call 312-458-9083 for reservations and bring a headshot/resume to the box office to receive the discount. Visit for more information.

Frankenstein – The Hypocrites at the Museum of Contemporary Art, 220 E. Chicago Ave. is offering $10 industry tickets on October 21 and 22 at 7:30 p.m. and October 30 and 31st at 10 p.m. Tickets available on phone orders only by calling 312-397-4010.

When She Danced - TimeLine Theatre, 615 W. Wellington Ave. is offering $15 industry tickets to previews Wednesday 11/4 through Friday 11/6 at 8 p.m. Call (773) 281-8463 x24 to order or buy online via

C’est la vie - Light Opera Works Second Stage, 1420 Maple Avenue in Evanston, is offering half-price (regularly $24, $31 and $39) industry tickets for all Friday 8 p.m. performances through November 13. Call 847-869-6300 or visit and use code "Jersey." Tickets must be purchased in advance. No door sales.

Death of a Salesman - Raven Theatre, 6157 N. Clark Street is offering $10 industry tickets on Thursdays and Fridays through December 4. Proof of industry is required and reservations are strongly suggested. Call 773-338-2177 to reserve your tickets.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Seeking Your Input

The League of Chicago Theatres is seeking your feedback for event topics for our quarterly Theater Dish event series. Theater Dish events provide an opportunity for members of the Chicago theater community to come together and discuss topics of interest. Events occur in different formats from speakers and presenters to panel discussions depending upon the topic.

Click here to share your thoughts

Winter Space Availability

Chemically Imbalanced Theater has main stage rentals open for Jan-Feb 2010. 50 seat black box Theater. Will rent Fri-Sat $400 per week, Thurs-Sun (three days your choice) $550 per week. or Four days $650 per week. Email for more details.

Industry Ticket Offers

Spark Plug: an indoor street party to ignite ideas –Victory Gardens Biograph Theater, 2433 N. Lincoln. is offering $10 industry tickets to Spark Plug, an indoor street party celebrating the hits of Ignition Fest 2009 on Saturday October 10th. The party starts at 10:30 p.m. after the evening performance of THE ELABORATE ENTRACE OF CHAD DEITY. Use the promo code INDUSTRY to get a discounted party ticket when ordering online or over the phone. Or see CHAD DEITY that night and go to the party for only $30!

Mouse In A Jar – Red Tape Theatre, 621 W. Belmont, is offering $10 industry tickets to a special industry performance on Monday, October 12 at 8 p.m. with drinks and snacks following the performance. Tickets are available first come first serve and cash only.

Arsenic and Old Lace – Theatre and Interpretation Center at Northwestern University is offering $10 industry tickets to the Sunday, October 25 performance at 8 p.m. For tickets call 847-491-7282 and mention promo code League. Visit for more information.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Costume Warehouse Sale

Out with old and in with the new! Northlight is cleaning out their closets just in time for you to be the best dressed person at any Halloween party! Costumes will be drawn from the last 10 years of Northlight productions, ranging from everyday men's white suit shirts to the extraordinary feather costumes of Everything's Ducky. A limited selection of jewelry and shoes will also be available.

Saturday, October 17, Noon - 6pm
North Shore Center for the Performing Arts - 2nd Floor
Prices range from $2-$35 per item
Cash or check only
For more information, email

Monday, October 5, 2009

Piccolo Theatre Space Availability

Piccolo Theatre has January performance space available and has daytime/evening weekday/weekend rehearsal space available starting November 16th. For rates, space tours and further information, please contact Leeann at 847-424-0089 or


Chicago Shakespeare Theater is looking for a home for a Motorola 6 unit multicharger with power supply. Model number is HTN9067B. Used to charge Motorola Radius Sp50 radios.
If interested contact: Susan Knill, Theater/Facility Manager, 312/595-5655

Industry Ticket Offers

Journey to the Center of the Uterus: Adventures Infertility - Greenhouse Theater Center, 2257 N Lincoln Ave. is offering FREE industry tickets this Wednesday, October 7th, at 8 p.m. Tickets available in person at the box office with headshot or resume.

C’est la vie - Light Opera Works Second Stage, 1420 Maple Avenue in Evanston, is offering half-price (regularly $21) industry tickets for previews on October 7 and 8 at 8 p.m. Call 847-869-6300 or visit and use code "Jersey." Tickets must be purchased in advance. No door sales.

Yeast Nation (the triumph of life) - American Theater Company, 1909 W Byron Street is offering $10 industry rush tickets for the Thursday, October 8th, 8 p.m. performance. Industry rush tickets go on sale at the Box Office 45 minutes prior to curtain. Please present head-shot, resume or equity card with ticket purchase.

Heroes - Remy Bumppo Theatre Company at the Greenhouse Theater Center, 2257 N. Lincoln Ave. is offering $10 industry tickets on Friday nights and Wednesday matinees October 14 – November 29. For tickets call the box office at 773-404-7336 and use code “Industry.”

Seeking Old Printing Press

Village Players Theatre needs an older-looking printing press for their production of You Can't Take it With You. If you have this and can lend it from now until November 22nd contact

Winter Space Availability

Greenhouse Theater Center has studios available for rent! Two winter performance slots are available – one in the Downstairs space, the other in the Upstairs Studio. Rental applications are being accepted for both availabilities. 60 seat theaters with full house staff and box office provided; sound and light package included. Rental includes theater space, back stage area, equipped dressing room and light booth. Theatre now also has liquor license to further the enjoyment of your patrons!

For more information, including rental rates, tech specs, and contract details please contact Jenn Kincaid at, or at 773.404.7336 x 200.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

On Pins and Needles

Tomorrow is the big day. Olympics or no? Oddsmakers are giving it to Chicago. You can seriously bet on it. My Dad the stockbroker mentioned here before is also a guy who likes to place a wager, so I learned to check odds. It’s amazing, bookies will take a bet on anything. Anyway, I hope we get them…but what if we don’t? Maybe instead we could have a theatre Olympiad, theatres from all over the world come to Chicago for two weeks and we get new venues and lots of publicity and we can dream, can't we?

Related to that, plans for the TCG conference (our own mini-theatre Olympics) continue apace. Please go over to Nick Keenan’s blog and check out his challenge. We need 20 theatres to submit video and we will start to build our showcase site – showcasing a theatre a day. Videos can be anything…introduce yourselves, talk about your work, your space, write a play about you, whatever…if you think you can’t or don’t have the equipment, Nick’s even offering lessons. This is a great way to get your message out to a national audience of theatre professionals, and who knows what else it could become.


Industry Ticket Offer

Mouse in a Jar – Red Tape Theatre, 621 W. Belmont, is offering industry tickets to all performances through October 31. $5 for previews, $15 for regular performances. Visit and use code word ZOSIA when purchasing. They are also hosting an industry-only performance for $10 on 10/12 at 8 p.m. Tickets are available at the door first come first serve. Bring a headshot, resume or business card when claiming industry tickets.

Fiddlers 4 - featuring Darol Anger, Michael Doucet, Bruce Molsky and Rushad Eggleston. McAninch Arts Center, 425 Fawell Blvd.,Glen Ellyn is offering $10 tickets for the Sunday, Oct. 11 performance for LOCT members. Subject to availability. Code: Fiddle. For more information call (630) 942-4000.

For a complete listing of industry ticket offers this week click here.