Co-Produced with Stage Left Theatre
This one-man musical takes us on an alternative tour of the Arab World & Arab America. Using lyrics, percussion & an urban soundscape, Karim Nagi guides us through a social and political labyrinth, extolling the virtues of revolution, immigration, and hummus along the way.
Written and Perfromed by Karim Nagi
Directed by Anna C. Bahow
March 11th thru April 7th
Fridays - 8pm
Saturdays - 4pm
Sundays - 4pm
Mondays - 7:30pm
Tuesdays - 7:30pm
Runtime: 90 min. (no intermission)
$38 General Seating
Prices include $3 facility fee.
The Historic Chicago Temple Building
77 W Washington St, Pierce Hall (lower level)
Chicago, IL 60602
$10 parking at 172 W Madison Street (valid for 6 hours --enough time to enjoy the performance, shop in the Loop, and dine in the neighborhood). We are close to every major train line; take public transport and avoid the traffic.