• Signal's 12th Season Announced!

    Our next season opens with the world premiere of Ensemble Member Jon Steinhagen’s Devil's Day Off, directed by Signal Co-Artistic Director Ronan Marra, October 16 – November 22, 2014. The season continues with the US premiere of Red Bud by Brett Neveu and directed by Brant Russell, January 22 – Februrary 28, 2015 and concludes with the chicago premiere of The Drowning Girls by Beth Graham, Daniela Vlaskalic and Charlie Tomlinson, April 30 – June 6, 2015.

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  • 14 - 15 Season Subscriptions Are Available!

    Season subscription are now on sale! Take this opportunity to purchase discounted admission to the whole slate of shows for the 14 - 15 season as well as recieving invitations to subscriber-exclusive events and other perks. As we continue to reach out to our North Center neighbors and beyond, we hope that this new venture will deepen our relationship with our patrons and give our subscribing audience exclusive access to Signal’s artistic process.

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2014 - 2015

Devil's Day Off

October 16 - November 22, 2014


Red Bud

January 22 - Februrary 28, 2015


The Drowning Girls

April 20 - June 6, 2014



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Why We Do It

Signal Ensemble Theatre uses a deeply collaborative method to produce work never-before-seen in Chicago.

More than anything else, it is our ensemble that makes us who we are. Comprised of actors, designers, writers, directors and stage managers, we have created an environment that encourages both personal risk and unwavering collaboration. While it is our ensemble that defines us, it is our audience that propels us forward. As a theatre company in the Chicago Storefront scene, we have the rare opportunity to have a conversation with one of the greatest and most diverse audiences in the world. It is this alchemy of ensemble and audience that makes Signal Ensemble Theatre what it is today.