July 17th through Aug 8th

By Dan Zellner
Directed by Caroline Beadle

A seance for Jerry Garcia reveals unexpected truths to its participants. A light hearted exploration of life, success, family and, of course, Jerry Garcia.


Rated PG-13

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$20 General Admission
$15 Seniors/Military/Students


July 17th through Aug 8th
7:30 pm
Fridays and Saturdays

Stage 115

115 N Genesee Street
Waukegan, IL 60085

About the Playwright: Dan Zellner

Dan Zellner is a Skokie based playwright whose plays have been presented in Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco (American Conservatory Theater) and in Australia. His play “Into the Light” received an honorable mention for the Cunningham Prize. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild and co-directs the Skokie Playwrights Workshop. Dan studied theatre at Tulane University and UCLA. He is a graduate of The Second City Training Center, iO and The Annoyance. He studied theater games at Sills/Spolin Theater Works and Commedia dell’Arte with Antonio Fava at the Scuola Internazionale dell’Attore Comico (Reggio Emila, Italy). He is an advisor to the Northwestern University student Commedia troupe The Panini Players and works at the Northwestern University Library. Dan is a proud member of the Vintage Country and Grateful Dead ensembles at The Old Town School of Folk music.

About the Director: Caroline Beadle

Caroline Costa Beadle is a graduate of the University of Illinois where she received a BFA in Theatre and of Goucher College where she received her MA in Arts Administration. By day, she works at First Midwest Bank as the Closing Administrator in the mortgage department. She is the Artistic Producer and Development Director here at Three Brothers Theatre. She has been associated with Three Brothers Theatre since 2011, where she has produced, directed, acted in, costumed, and worn an array of different hats as a “brother” at the theatre.  This year she is directing Anton in Show Business, which kicks off the 7th season.  She loves that she gets to collaborate on a daily basis with her husband and Executive Director Josh Beadle and Technical Producer “Uncle” Rick Adams (the other two brothers).