The Recommendation

The Recommendation
Aaron Feldman arrives at college fully prepared with a charming personality, wealthy father and plenty of connections. His freshman year roommate, Iskinder Ioduoko, isn’t so lucky. The middle class student has worked hard to get where he is, and arrived on no one’s coat tails. Despite differing backgrounds, the two young men quickly develop a strong bond and pledge to a life-long friendship. That is, until one finds himself in legal trouble, and the other in a tricky position deciding whether to help...

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Group Minimum: 10

July 2 through October 20


Tuesdays 7:30pm

Wednesdays 7:30pm

Thursdays 7:30pm

Fridays 8:00pm

Saturdays 4:00pm

Saturdays 8:00pm

Sundays 2:00pm

Sundays 6:00pm

Group Rates


Tuesdays 7:30pm (10-15) - tickets $52

Tuesdays 7:30pm (16+) – tickets $48.75

Wednesdays 7:30pm (10-15) - tickets $64

Wednesdays 7:30pm (16+) - tickets $60

Thursdays 7:30pm (10-15) – tickets $72

Thursdays 7:30pm (16+) - tickets $67.50

Fridays 8:00pm (10-15) - tickets start at $80

Fridays 8:00pm (16+) – tickets $75

Saturdays 4:00pm (10-15) – tickets $80

Saturdays 4:00pm (16+) – tickets $75

Saturdays 8:00pm (10-15) – tickets $80

Saturdays 8:00pm (16+) – tickets $75

Sundays 2:00pm (10-15) - tickets $72

Sundays 2:00pm (16+) – tickets $67.50

Sundays 6:00pm (10-15) - tickets $64

Sundays 6:00pm (16+) – tickets $60


$10 handling fee applies per group. Pricing and fees subject to change.


Buyout and drink packages available.

Windy City Playhouse- Irving Park

3014 W Irving Park Rd.
Chicago, Illinois 60618


Our flagship venue, which opened in March 2015 with the Playhouse's inaugural production, is a notably contemporary space: fun yet refined, featuring a sophisticated bar, plush seating, and post-show entertainment. It's also entirely flexible, meaning each and every show will feature a brand new seating arrangement. Subscribers and other return guests will be able to enjoy an entirely new setup with each visit to our space. The Playhouse's flagship location was designed by famed theater architect John Morris, AIA, whose distinguished career includes work with Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Lookingglass Theatre at Chicago Water Tower Pumping Station, the Beverly Art Center, Black Ensemble Theater, and Raven Theatre.