We want you to have an incredible time at That’s Weird, Grandma

Here are some things to know to make your experience spectacular!



Barrel of Monkeys ensemble performing That's Weird, Grandma opener

How do I get to the theatre?

We perform at The Neo-Futurists Theater at 5153 N Ashland Ave. For detailed information about directions, parking, and accessibility, visit The Neo-Futurists website.

Where can I eat before the show?

Andersonville is full of amazing restaurants that are just a short walk from the theatre! Here are a few of our recommendations:

Middle East Bakery - Great for a quick salad or sandwich
Konak - Casual pub serving pizza and American food
Kopi Traveler’s Cafe - Cozy spot for drinks, coffee, tea, and sandwiches
Hopleaf - Upscale gastropub with a wide selection of beer (must be 21+)
Lady Gregory’s Irish Bar and Restaurant - Upscale restaurant serving classic Irish dishes

Is seating reserved or general admission?

Seating is general admission.

How long is the show?

Sixty-five minutes with no intermission.

I love BOM so much that I want to buy some merch! Can I buy merch online?

You can buy BOM t-shirts online here.

 

We can’t wait to see you at the show!

From the Blog

Who’s the Talking Potato?

Posted by Gavin on September 20

If you’ve seen the subtitle of our upcoming round of That’s Weird, Grandma - Ghosts, Ghouls and Talking Potatoes - you might be wondering who exactly this talking potato is. Well, he’s the title character in “Old… More

Zoe Schwartz and a Few of Our Other Favorite Things

Posted by Tom on August 24

We’re wrapping up the final production of our 2018-19 season, That’s Weird, Grandma: Stories About Food, this Monday night at The Neo-Futurists Theater - and it’s your last chance to catch a BOM show ‘til October. We’… More

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