Enjoy an evening out with friends or make a date with that special someone for Valentine’s Day.
Theatre Nebula presents a special performance of their world premiere comedy, A Man with No Opinion (formerly known as The Dog Park), at Cutting Hall from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 14. This offer is exclusively for Palatine Public Library District patrons and is entirely funded by the Friends of the Palatine Library.
A Man with No Opinion is a rollicking comedic tale set in the 1950s. After a messy breakup, Robert and Lillian continue to run their exclusive matchmaking service for the "romantically challenged" called the Dog Park, all the while trying to keep their separation a secret from their eccentric clients.
Meanwhile, their secretary, Constance, meets a handsome but un-opinionated man that she feels would make an ideal husband. Unfortunately, his meddling mother has nothing BUT opinions…about everything. Constance is forced to devise a series of lies to make sure she doesn’t lose her perfect man.
Theatre Nebula is a non-profit, non-equity theatre company that promotes and nurtures the appreciation of high literary quality theatre within the community. These performers endeavor to bring new or not-yet-known great works to audiences and explore diverse theatrical styles.
Playwright Kevin Wiczer, has written several plays ranging from dark comedy to suspense, which have been performed in various venues in Illinois and has had numerous staged readings performed at both Harper College and Columbia College Chicago.
Tickets are required and are for registered district cardholders only. Sign up and pick up a ticket at the Main Library, 700 N. North Ct.
For questions visit www.palatinelibrary.org or call (847) 358-5881.
Submitted by the Palatine Public Library District