About this event:
WHAT: House Theatre brings back Verböten, the true-ish story of how punk rock saved the lives of four Evanston kids in 1983.
SO WHAT: Verböten tells the story of the punk band of that name, formed by four barely teenaged musicians led by Jason Narducy, who created music and lyrics for the production. The play is by Brett Neveu. See our review from January, before the world turned upside down. In addition, House will host a “Closing Party” event on Saturday, May 2, at 7:30pm. House artistic director Nathan Allen will conduct a two-way video event with actor/musician Michael Cerveris plus Narducy and Neveu. The topic will be the blending of theater and rock ‘n’ roll.
NOW WHAT: Remote viewing tickets are available now thru Monday, May 4. Tickets for one-time viewing are pay-what-you-wish, starting at $15. Closing party tickets are $99 and include remote viewing of the production. Proceeds will be shared with everyone who worked and played on the show.