The puppets are the best reason to venture within The Walls of Harrow House

Rough House’s latest production is a worthy addition to the Chopin’s tradition of interactive performances.

The basement of the Chopin Theatre has been host to some of the most extraordinary immersive theater experiences in Chicago, from David Cromer’s intimate Our Town to Sean Graney’s promenade stagings of Gilbert and Sullivan to Nathan Allen’s living arcade The Last Defender. Rough House’s dramatic, puppet-filled walk-through haunted house is a formidable addition to the venue’s storied history, even if the final product isn’t much more substantial than the sum of its parts.…

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