I SAW YOU: Real Uncensored Chicago Personal Ads LIVE!

 Photo Credit: Dan Tamarkin

Photo Credit: Dan Tamarkin

 
 

I SAW YOU: 11th Smash Year!

THE SHOW

The original comedy experience I SAW YOU has been running since 2006, bringing real uncensored personal ads to Town Hall Pub every Wednesday.  Our actors introduce you to the real people of Chicago - looking for love, companionship, and…some other stuff.  There’s NEW material every week in this unflinching look at dating, relationships, technology, sex, and Chicago itself.  If you've seen I SAW YOU once, you've seen it once, so come on back!

I SAW YOU is a Chicago Reader Critic’s Choice.  Oooh, fancy!   No two shows are exactly the same, but every show is honest, unfiltered, and funny as hell.  Bring a date, bring some friends, grab a beer from our friends at Town Hall Pub, and make yourself just a little uncomfortable.

COME SEE THE SHOW

Where: Town Hall Pub, 3340 N. Halsted (See map below)  Red Line: Belmont.

When: First and Third Wednesdays, 8:00pm.  Show runs about 60 minutes.

Admission: $5 CASH

21+

Want a 2-for-1 ticket?  Get the Groupon HERE.

 

THE CREATORS WHO CREATED THE SHOW

Mark Spence

Clint Sheffer

Ann Sonneville

THE CAST

Kevin Alves, Kim Boler, David Cady, Jr., Alison Connelly, Aaron Lawson, Corrbette Pasko, Jenn Santanello, Clint Sheffer, Ann Sonneville, Max Stewart, Susan Wingerter.  

Maybe YOU?  Find us on Facebook for guest performer opportunities. 

STAY IN TOUCH WITH THE SHOW

Find I SAW YOU on Facebook and Twitter for announcements regarding other performances across the city.

 

 

 
 

 
 

Town Hall Pub

We've called Town Hall Pub home since 2008. Town Hall Pub has been a cornerstone for Chicago's underground comedy scene for decades, and we're thrilled to be regulars there, first and third Wednesdays at 8pm.  

I Saw You on the radio!

Take a listen to Kevin, Ann and Mark on Vocalo.org talking about I Saw You with with Brian Babylon and Molly Adams.

Also, Ann sings...

 

I Saw You: an intro

Curious about how I Saw You works behind the scenes? Check out co-creator Mark Spence breaking down how the show works before it gets on stage (he says "bitches" and "uh" a lot, you've been warned). 

In the press

I SAW YOU was featured in the Chicago Tribune in a piece about art based on Missed Connection ads. Read it here