ISO Promos & Events

For reservations, CALL 773.904.0391 and leave a message, or BOOK ONLINE!


“Now You See Her” – A Post-Show Talkback: Sunday 9/10
Meet Russell A. Stamm Jr., the son of the creator of “Invisible Scarlet O’Neil.” Learn about his father’s inspirations and process, find out how Scarlet changed through the years and why, and be the first to hear his impressions of the play.

Dinner Theater Series with R Public House: Friday 10/6
$40 – Meet at RPH (1508 W. Jarvis) at 6pm for a cocktail; dinner at 6:30; walk en masse over to the Factory for an 8pm curtain! Payment due at RPH by 9/29. More info available on RPH’s Facebook page.

Industry Discount: ALL SHOWS 9/10 – 10/14
10 industry tix available for $10 for each performance – first paid first reserved. Book online with code LIPSTICK to be sure you’re in, then show proof of industry affiliation (headshot/resume, business card, etc.) at the box office.

Pay What You Can: THURSDAYS 9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/12
For reservations call 773-904-0391 or walk-in.

Dress Like a Superhero Weekend:  9/21 – 9/24
Come in costume* as any superhero to purchase a discounted ticket for $10, plus be eligible to win a different hero-themed prize at each performance. For reservations call 773-904-0391 or walk-in.
*Note: The decision of the appointed judges as to what constitutes a costume is final. Superhero t-shirts alone will not qualify – we know you can do better!

Open Caption Weekend: 9/28 – 10/1
All performances this weekend feature open captioning by CaptionPoint, on a screen provided by the CCAC Accessible Equipment Loan Program. 

MASK Collection: 10/12 – 14
BWBTC will be taking a post-show collection in honor of Mothers Against Senseless Killings (MASK) at all performances this weekend. “MASK was established in 2015 as a way to put eyes on the streets, interrupt violence and crime, and teach children to grow up as friends rather than enemies.” Earlier in 2017, founder Tamar Manasseh was selected as Chicago’s “Real Life Woman Superhero” by Studio Movie Grill (SMG) and Warner Bros. Pictures.

Photo by Joe Mazza

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