Requiem for a Heavyweight
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
The Artistic Home
1376 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
Drama
Runs Feb 13Mar 31, 2019

This famous story about a punch-drunk fighter on the fast route to oblivion was first seen as a live TV drama in 1956 before becoming an acclaimed film. First written as a stage play, it was first produced on Broadway in 1985.  Mountain McClintock is fighter who doesn’t know when to quit. McClintock is a trusting soul, and his innocence proves his ultimate undoing as his conniving manager dresses him as Daniel Boone and enters him as a comic relief on the wrestling circuit. After a drunken rampage upon discovering the manager’s treachery, Mountain arrives at a decision that enables him to recover something of his damaged pride and self-respect.

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