Profiles Theatre presents Hellcab in its 20th Anniversary production. It’s Christmas Eve in Chicago. A taxi driver starts his holiday shift picking up church goers at 6:30am and ends it with a late night run to Melrose Diner. In between, it’s a mad parade of drunks and punks in and out of the backseat. The cabdriver is looking for human decency. What he finds, surprises him with every fare. Hellcab is a vehicle that could be driven by Charlie Brown, George Bailey, Grinch, or even Scrooge.
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