Brian Dennehy in Chicago: How To Get Tickets for the Special Evening

Brian Dennehy in Chicago: How To Get Tickets for the Special Evening
Brian Dennehy comes to The Arts Club of Chicago on Monday, April 8.

Chris Jones.

Chris Jones.

Brian Dennehy, versatile and award-winning actor of film, television, and stage, will be coming to the Arts Club of Chicago on Monday, April 8 for an exclusive evening of conversation with Chicago Tribune Theater Critic Chris Jones. Guests can expect a passionate, humorous and informational discussion as the duo talks shop and life.

In addition, The Evening With Brian Dennehy, benefiting the Chicago Fellow in the Birmingham Conservatory for Classical Theatre at the Stratford Festival, will feature a sneak-peek at the 61st Season at the Stratford Festival.  Dennehy will be appearing at this summer's fest in duel roles as the Earl of Shrewsbury in “Mary Stuart” and Pozzo in “Waiting for Godot.”

Tickets for the event 
$100 for a standard ticket which includes a wine reception beginning at 5:45 p.m., the conversation, and a buffet dinner with dessert.
 A Silver ticket, priced at $175, includes an exclusive champagne reception with Dennehy and Jones beginning at 5:00 p.m. and complimentary valet parking at The Arts Club in addition to the conversation, buffet dinner and dessert.
 To purchase tickets for this celebration, visit the Stratford Festival website and click on "plays and tickets" then go to the calendar and click on April 8 (Bard's Birthday) or call the box office at 800 567 1600.

Dennehy, whose many credits include such films as “Cocoon,” “First Blood,” “Tommy Boy,” Baz Luhrmann’s production of “William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet,” guest appearances on numerous televisions shows including “M*A*S*H” and his award-winning performance in the role of Willie Loman in Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman,” was most recently seen in Chicago from April to June 2012 when he played the role of Larry Slade at the highly-applauded Goodman Theatre production of The Iceman Cometh.

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If you have any questions or require further information, please contact Kelli Landes at or 773 580 9628.

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