WEST ROGERS PARK — Fury Theatre founder Mark Dodge said "it feels like coming home" now that his company has returned to the rebuilt Indian Boundary Park field house.
The small theater company had been displaced for two years after its main venue, at 2500 W. Lunt Ave., was devastated by fire in 2012.
The group was less than a year old at the time.
"We sort of bounced around trying to find a park that would host us until Indian Boundary Park reopened," Dodge said.
But now that the Chicago Park District completed a $1.5 million restoration of the Chicago landmark building, Fury's back at it.
"There’s just a great feeling working with the field house," Dodge said. "It really feels like we’re coming home."
Fury debuted its first show at the field house — William Shakespeare's "The Merry Wives of Windsor," directed by Dan Wirth — earlier this month. The play takes place just outside the field house unless bad weather forces the production inside.
The show runs every Saturday and Sunday through June 29. Tickets cost $15, or $49 for families of four to six members.