This new play by the Emmy-nominated Keith Huff centers around two burnt-out violent crimes detectives as they try to close the puzzling murder of a CTA employee. More…
What should be a simple open-and-shut case, however, evolves into a horrifying mystery and unearths a legacy of violence stretching back years. Inspired by a personal story, "Six Corners" is the third in a loose Chicago cop trilogy that began with "A Steady Rain" followed by "The Detective's Wife."
See it if You would like to see a great play that has a chance to go places in a tiny theater with a very black box setting
Don't see it if You are hoping to have a clean and happy ending
See it if You like police procedure drama. Starts slow but really picks up. Story of tragedy and unintentional revenge, or is it?
Don't see it if You like more light-hearted fare.
See it if you enjoy dramedies with a twist, some good acting
Don't see it if you expect totally believable situations, don't mind some exaggerated scenes
See it if you HAVE to see it. We had never seen this company, topic was interesting, hubby from Chicago, went with high hopes, sadly not good.
Don't see it if you want to be inspired. This is sadly unprofessional on so many levels. And the play has some inherent problems that they couldn't solve.