Join us for the return of the best dysfunctional family event in town. As you might imagine, this wedding won’t last – just 4 weekends left! Get your tickets now and read on for a preview of the good times to come.
“The Wedding has the raw energy of a boxing match; this riotous production manages to be at once thrilling, tender and very funny… What makes the production such a joy is the accumulation of stunning theatrical moments offered by this tightly chaotic ensemble…[The Wedding is]…like a deranged, avant-garde episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Wedding offers a vertiginous look at the comical depths to which a social gathering can plunge.”
- Timeout Chicago (full review)
“TUTA's winter show is quite the enjoyably quirky 90 minutes.…a cross between the song stylings of Kurt Weill, "The Wedding Singer" and "Mamma Mia," and they are exceedingly funny.
- Chicago Tribune (full review)
“Djukic has assembled a smart, meticulous cast who find rich, subtle humor in the disasters that befall their characters.”
- The Reader (full review)
“If laughing gas could be heard, it would sound like this: Giddy, uninhibited and infectious…Key to the absurdist charm of the boisterous, 70-minute romp is Djukic's ensemble, a seamless crew with precisely the right blend of raucous pep and obnoxious snark. It's a formidable feat. Djukic's cast pulls it off with verve. Conversational lunacies ( "Cows never eat fish. They're vegetarians." ) come fast and furious and with the light, improvisational feel of a tipsy gathering growing tipsier by the moment.”
- Windy City Times (full review)
“TUTA really know how to bring it. It’s a show to return to again and again.”
- Chicago Theater Blog (full review)
"I have not laughed so hard – and I mean belly laughed – in a very long time. The Wedding is an excellent example of Brecht’s “epic theatre,” and that is something, if I may be so bold, that all of us could use a bit more of."
-Chicago Critic (full review)
“This is a production that earns the laughter and applause.”
- Steadstyle.com (full review)
"Crass, hilarious and unexpectedly tender..."
- NewCityStage (full review)
"...the antics remain impressively understated with the casts' brilliant use of movement, expression, and time..."
- Gapers Block (full review)
"TUTA is both an intellectually impressive and emotionally evocative theatrical force."
- Chicago Stage Review (full review)