Dear Audience Members,

Thanks so much for being interested in this show we made for the past 28 years. We're moving on from Too Much Light now, to write & perform new short experimental works in an entirely fresh, fanciful manner. Click over to the Home Page to see what's in store for 2017.


- Kurt Chiang
Artistic Director & Ensemble Member

Day. Time. Location.

Friday and Saturday at 11:30 p.m. & Sunday at 7:00 p.m. All shows will be performed at The Neo-Futurarium, 5153 N. Ashland @ Foster. Check out our Tips for going to TML and learn everything else you need to know here (about the show, not life). Same Show Times. Different Shows, Every Time. Parental Advisory New plays for Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind are written, performed, and produced on a weekly basis by a rotating collective of ensemble members from diverse backgrounds and experiences. Generally speaking, our show hovers around a “PG-13” movie that you can’t believe didn’t get an “R” rating. On any given night you can expect to see, hear, feel, and sometimes even smell things that may be interpreted as brazen, wet, hilarious, foulmouthed, partially nude, abrasive, sticky, hot, cold, triggering, sad, and so many other things that may not always be best digested by your child. Generally speaking, children under the age of 14 are admitted to Too Much Light; at the discretion of their parent or guardian provided they are fully aware of the disclaimer above. The Neo-Futurists do not accept responsibility for anything your children take home that they didn’t carry in with them.

Can I buy tickets in advance?

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Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind is anything but your typical theatregoing experience. Here’s a crash course on what to expect.
Step one:

Find us.
5153 N. Ashland Ave.
Chicago, IL 60640
Get Directions

Step two:

Line up outside.
Friday at 10:45pm
Saturday at 10:30pm
Sunday at 6:30pm

Can I buy tickets in advance?

Step three:

Receive a small toy or token.
Don't lose it. It's your key to getting a ticket.

Step four:

Walk up the stairs...

Step five:

... Through the Hall of Presidents ...

Step six:

... Through the kitchen ...

Step seven:

... into the State Park.

Step eight:

Stand in the box office line.

Step nine:

Hand back your toy or token.

Step ten:

Buy your ticket.

Get $15 ready.
We don't accept credit.

Roll a die.
Take the number you roll and add nine to calculate your total ticket price.

Step eleven:

Receive a Name Tag.

Step twelve:

Get your menu.

Step thirteen:

Find a Seat.

Step fourteen:

Enjoy the show.

Step fifteen:

Tell your friends.

Step sixteen:

Repeat steps 1 - 15.