by Vince Melocchi
Directed by Steve Scott

Pre-show discussion with director and designers: Thursday, Feb. 2 at 6:45 – 7:15p
Post-show discussion with director, actors and crew: Friday, Feb. 10

It’s 1946 in Pittsburgh. 18-year-old Andy Warhol finds himself in the basement of a working-class bar. Over the course of a summer, Andy gives and gets inspiration, guidance and friendship from a surprising source in this fictional take on an apocryphal story of an American legend.

Note: this production contains mature themes and language.
Running Time: 85 minutes
No intermission 

Study Guide Program

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ASL Performance: Thursday, February 23
“ASL interpreters will be located near the stage for patrons who are deaf or hard of hearing, seated in an area of the theater that gives the best sight lines to follow the interpretation and the action on stage. To access reserved seating in view of the interpreters for a signed performance, call the box office at 630.942.4000 or 630.858.9692 (TDD).”