Find Your Star



Galaxy Theater Company welcomes audiences back to the theatre with their festival of comedic one-act plays about the many facets of love, STORIES OF LOVE: FALLING IN, FALLING OUT, FALLING OVER!

In the Cards

By Ward Kay

Directed by Caitlin Saucedo

The top writing team at a greeting card company are quick-witted with rhymes and punchlines, but can they overcome being split up and transferred to e-cards? Will love help find a way to keep everyone laughing?


Featuring: Brian Baumann, Nancy Alvarez, Andrew Brown, Charlie Wimmer, and Kimberly Brumirski


Fish Have Feelings Too

By Rosemary FrisinoToohey

Directed by Maelee Fernandez

A rainy night in London, fender bender squabbles, and some aquarium-shaking news. A floppy tale of love and fish.


Featuring: Wina Shelley, Dawn Gmitro, Larry Wenderski, John Poole, Karishma Chouhan, and Sam Campos


A Lovely Day for a Boating Trip

By Lindsey Brown

Directed by Carla O. Alcorn

The open water, a small rowboat, and a marriage on the brink. Just how far would you trust your spouse? Graham and Gloria both have their own ideas as to how to resolve their dilemma, and a summer afternoon on the ocean is where they each plan to carry them out.

Featuring: Jenny Hogan and Lewis R. Jones



Shapes and Stanzas

By Ken Preuss

Directed by Joshua Dlouhy

Friends, Ronnie and Suzie, meet three times across sixty years, exploring poetry, geometry, friendship, romance, and other complicated things.


Featuring: Kristel Flynn and Matthew F. Walsh


Stage Manager: Odette Moore

Lighting Design/Technical Director: William Gmitro
Sound Design: Joshua Dlouhy | Set Design: John Wognum
John Wognum

View the program for the show HERE.

Performances will be held April 1st through April 9th, 2022
Fridays, April 1st and April 8th at 7:30 pm
Saturdays, April 2nd and April 9th at 7:30 pm
Sunday, April 3rd at 2:00 pm

All performances held at:
The First Congregational Church of La Grange
100 6th Avenue, La Grange, IL 60525

Adults: $18 | Seniors/Students (with ID): $15
No Children Under 8, Please.

All cast, crew, and staff are vaccinated against Coronavirus.

Mask wearing in our venue is strongly encouraged, but will be optional.

Tickets can be purchased at the door with cash, credit card, or check, or in advance online with credit card at

You may also reserve ahead of time by calling 262-8-GALAXY or emailing us at Please leave your first and last name, performance date, numbers of adult, senior, student, or group rate tickets and your complete phone number or email address and we will return your call or email to confirm your reservation.

Running time, including two ten minute intermissions, is approximately two hours and thirty minutes.

The entrance to the theater space is located on East Cossitt Avenue. Enter through beige-colored, windowed, double-doors at the bottom of the stairs/ramp towards the West side of the church. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before showtime. House opens 30 minutes before showtime. Seating is general admission and first come, first served. Audience members arriving late will be seated in the back of the seating area. The theater is handicapped accessible. Free covered parking is available in the Public Parking Garage one half block North at 56 6th Avenue.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us by phone at 262-8-GALAXY or by email at


GALAXY THEATER COMPANY is a non-profit company committed to equality and to bringing MORE quality theater to the South and West Sides of Chicago.

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Thank you for supporting great theatre in La Grange! We look forward to seeing you at the show!



Find Your Star



Galaxy Theater Company is a nonprofit theater company founded on the south side of Chicago by John Wognum in 2016. GTC is committed to equality amongst everyone. GTC hopes to bring good, quality theater productions to the south and west sides of Chicago. 

Galaxy Theater Company does not pre-cast shows. All productions are open to veterans and inexperienced actors alike. We perform three adult productions a year. If you are interested in becoming involved with one of these productions, whether as a performer, stagehand, or volunteer, contact our founder, John Wognum, at, and get ready to Find Your Star!



As a nonprofit theater company, everything we earn goes straight towards costs to put on theater productions. Everyone who is involved in this theater company is a volunteer who does it out of their love for the stage. 

We are always looking for volunteers who are willing to donate their time to making this theater even better than it already is. Whether you love to perform, build, work backstage, or involve yourself in any other capacity, we are happy to have you! 

If you do not want to be involved in a production but still want to help, any donated money that can help keep this theater running is beyond appreciated. By donating, you are helping keep local theater alive on the south and west sides of Chicago! Click on the PayPal link and you can donate from there. We thank you, from the bottom of our hearts.