FEAST was one of the most critically acclaimed Chicago theater events of 2015. Chris Jones of the Chicago Tribune called FEAST “Moving, Provocative, Beautiful, Honest.” John Carruthers at New City hailed it as “a tremendous achievement… FEAST is recommended without reservations.” And renowned chef Rick Bayless (who knows something about food) declared it “one of the most moving, impressive, hilarious shows I’ve seen in a long time…Delicious.”
FEAST also became APTP’s broadcast television premiere when it aired in May 2016 on WTTW, one of the Midwest’s premiere public media companies. Lovingly directed, edited and produced by a professional film team, FEAST is the rare live performance that also shines on video.
Albany Park Theater Project is one of this city’s great treasures — a company of teenage actors that creates highly imaginative original productions produced on both its home stage in an Albany Park area field house, as well as on the stage of the Goodman Theatre, where its audience has expanded greatly in recent years.
Critics and audiences have made Feast one of the most celebrated shows of Summer 2015. “Beautiful, honest, magical, thrilling, acrobatic, moving, spiced, wondrous, subversive, brave, visceral, provocative, joyful, propulsive, universal, delicious”…are some of the superlatives critics have lavished up Feast.