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Remember the 2nd Act Players on #GivingTuesday

Today is Giving Tuesday, a day to give back to your community by supporting the not-for-profits of your choice. We would be most grateful if you would show your support for the 2nd Act Players. Simply click here to make a contribution during this season of giving. Your contributions have a major impact on the ...

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Thank you to our wonderful donors

We would like to publicly thank those who donated while purchasing tickets for the show. You donated a total of $345 to 2nd Act Players.

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The final curtain for Boys in the Basement is today!

The last performance of the current run of Boys in the Basement is today, Sunday, Nov. 15. A few tickets remain, so if you'd like to see this riveting show, click here to get your tickets now. Several audience members at past performances have asked if this will be the last time the play is ...

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Tonight’s the night!!! Get your tickets today

Boys in the Basement returns to the stage at the Noyes Cultural Arts center in Evanston tonight for its final three performances of the current season!!! Don't be sad, though, there's still time to buy tickets and see the show. Find out what the three date rule is; hear about what yoga can do for ...

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Boys in the Basement thanks all our sponsors

Boys in the Basement would not have been possible without the support of all our sponsors, please patronize them -- and tell them you saw their ads in our show programs and here on our website. E2 is a dramatic new set of two luxury apartment buildings in downtown Evanston, not far from the first ...

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Boys in the Basement is having an impact

My hope in writing Boys in the Basement was that it would let divorced men know that they are not alone, and that they can move on from bitterness and pain to build new lives for themselves. So I was touched to receive the following letter from a divorced man who saw our show. He ...

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The Media has discovered Boys in the Basement, your turn next

Boys in the Basement, the latest stage production from the 2nd Act Players, has been discovered, and widely covered, by the media because of its unique look at divorce from the male perspective. Columnist Jackie Philossoph conducted a Q&A with play author John N. Frank which appeared on the Chicago Tribune website, detailing why Frank ...

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