The world premiere of Alex Gruhin’s play, “Missed Connections,” received rave reviews this past weekend from Chris Jones at the Chicago Tribune and Catey Sullivan at the Chicago Sun-Times (3.5/4 stars). Limited tickets remain for the balance of the run at Chicago’s MacArthur and multi-Jeff Award winning A Red Orchid Theatre.
“Missed Connections” is a live, interactive play with magic, conceived for virtual experience, and runs online, “in Chicago” through February 28th, 2021 for 24 performances. The play, a magician’s cosmic love story inspired by the work of Haruki Murakami, Marshall McLuhan and Derren Brown, takes 25 audience members on a roundtrip voyage to the stars in search of the invisible thread that connects them all.
Tickets for the virtual production, $25/household, are available now at A Red Orchid Theatre’s website: https://aredorchidtheatre.org/missed-connections/