“Grace” – Review by Jeffrey Leibham

***RECOMMENDED*** Interrobang Theatre Project has had a very good year. The third and final show of their eighth season, Craig Wright’s “Grace,” which has not been presented on a Chicago stage since 2006, wraps up this splendid company’s current season in which they were on a quest to explore the pressing question of “What is Truth?” which was addressed so beautifully and boldly in their previous two productions earlier in the season. With “Grace” and its tightly-knit plot structure and small ensemble of four actors, Interrobang ends their season with a bang — literally. 3 SPOTLIGHTS

Interrobang Theatre Project’s production of “Grace” run through June 3rd at the Athenaeum Theatre, Studio 2, 2936 N. Southport Ave., Chicago. Paid parking is available in lots adjacent to the Athenaeum. Performances are Thursday and Friday at 7:30 pm; Saturday at 2:00 and 7:30 pm; Sundays at 2:00. No performance on Sunday, May 20th. Tickets range from $17-$32. FYI (773) 935-685 or

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