Christmas Mubarak
Nov
30
8:00 PM20:00

Christmas Mubarak

Christmas Mubarak is a first-of-its-kind musical / theatre interplay of the Quranic and New Testament stories that celebrate the miraculous birth of Jesus as told by Muslims and Christians.

This festive holiday performance features actors from our Silk Road communities and choir members from the First United Methodist Church at The Chicago Temple.

Adapted & Directed by Corey Pond
Choir Direction by Erik Nussbaum

Come early and enjoy the Christkindlmarket across the street from the theatre!

TICKETS
$35 General Seating
$25 Members of any spiritual tradition using discount code FAITH

PARKING
$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.

SPONSORS
This production of Christmas Mubarak is supported by the Landau Family Foundation and The Interfaith Fund.

Runtime: 90 minutes (no intermission)

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Christmas Mubarak
Dec
1
2:00 PM14:00

Christmas Mubarak

Christmas Mubarak is a first-of-its-kind musical / theatre interplay of the Quranic and New Testament stories that celebrate the miraculous birth of Jesus as told by Muslims and Christians.

This festive holiday performance features actors from our Silk Road communities and choir members from the First United Methodist Church at The Chicago Temple.

Adapted & Directed by Corey Pond
Choir Direction by Erik Nussbaum

Come early and enjoy the Christkindlmarket across the street from the theatre!

TICKETS
$35 General Seating
$25 Members of any spiritual tradition using discount code FAITH

PARKING
$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.

SPONSORS
This production of Christmas Mubarak is supported by the Landau Family Foundation and The Interfaith Fund.

Runtime: 90 minutes (no intermission)

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Christmas Mubarak
Dec
2
2:00 PM14:00

Christmas Mubarak

Christmas Mubarak is a first-of-its-kind musical / theatre interplay of the Quranic and New Testament stories that celebrate the miraculous birth of Jesus as told by Muslims and Christians.

This festive holiday performance features actors from our Silk Road communities and choir members from the First United Methodist Church at The Chicago Temple.

Adapted & Directed by Corey Pond
Choir Direction by Erik Nussbaum

Come early and enjoy the Christkindlmarket across the street from the theatre!

TICKETS
$35 General Seating
$25 Members of any spiritual tradition using discount code FAITH

PARKING
$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.

SPONSORS
This production of Christmas Mubarak is supported by the Landau Family Foundation and The Interfaith Fund.

Runtime: 90 minutes (no intermission)

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Christmas Mubarak
Dec
3
7:30 PM19:30

Christmas Mubarak

Christmas Mubarak is a first-of-its-kind musical / theatre interplay of the Quranic and New Testament stories that celebrate the miraculous birth of Jesus as told by Muslims and Christians.

This festive holiday performance features actors from our Silk Road communities and choir members from the First United Methodist Church at The Chicago Temple.

Adapted & Directed by Corey Pond
Choir Direction by Erik Nussbaum

Come early and enjoy the Christkindlmarket across the street from the theatre!

TICKETS
$35 General Seating
$25 Members of any spiritual tradition using discount code FAITH

PARKING
$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.

SPONSORS
This production of Christmas Mubarak is supported by the Landau Family Foundation and The Interfaith Fund.

Runtime: 90 minutes (no intermission)

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Christmas Mubarak
Dec
4
7:30 PM19:30

Christmas Mubarak

Christmas Mubarak is a first-of-its-kind musical / theatre interplay of the Quranic and New Testament stories that celebrate the miraculous birth of Jesus as told by Muslims and Christians.

This festive holiday performance features actors from our Silk Road communities and choir members from the First United Methodist Church at The Chicago Temple.

Adapted & Directed by Corey Pond
Choir Direction by Erik Nussbaum

Come early and enjoy the Christkindlmarket across the street from the theatre!

TICKETS
$35 General Seating
$25 Members of any spiritual tradition using discount code FAITH

PARKING
$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.

SPONSORS
This production of Christmas Mubarak is supported by the Landau Family Foundation and The Interfaith Fund.

Runtime: 90 minutes (no intermission)

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Christmas Mubarak
Dec
7
8:00 PM20:00

Christmas Mubarak

Christmas Mubarak is a first-of-its-kind musical / theatre interplay of the Quranic and New Testament stories that celebrate the miraculous birth of Jesus as told by Muslims and Christians.

This festive holiday performance features actors from our Silk Road communities and choir members from the First United Methodist Church at The Chicago Temple.

Adapted & Directed by Corey Pond
Choir Direction by Erik Nussbaum

Come early and enjoy the Christkindlmarket across the street from the theatre!

TICKETS
$35 General Seating
$25 Members of any spiritual tradition using discount code FAITH

PARKING
$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.

SPONSORS
This production of Christmas Mubarak is supported by the Landau Family Foundation and The Interfaith Fund.

Runtime: 90 minutes (no intermission)

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Christmas Mubarak
Dec
8
2:00 PM14:00

Christmas Mubarak

Christmas Mubarak is a first-of-its-kind musical / theatre interplay of the Quranic and New Testament stories that celebrate the miraculous birth of Jesus as told by Muslims and Christians.

This festive holiday performance features actors from our Silk Road communities and choir members from the First United Methodist Church at The Chicago Temple.

Adapted & Directed by Corey Pond
Choir Direction by Erik Nussbaum

Come early and enjoy the Christkindlmarket across the street from the theatre!

TICKETS
$35 General Seating
$25 Members of any spiritual tradition using discount code FAITH

PARKING
$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.

SPONSORS
This production of Christmas Mubarak is supported by the Landau Family Foundation and The Interfaith Fund.

Runtime: 90 minutes (no intermission)

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Christmas Mubarak
Dec
9
2:00 PM14:00

Christmas Mubarak

Christmas Mubarak is a first-of-its-kind musical / theatre interplay of the Quranic and New Testament stories that celebrate the miraculous birth of Jesus as told by Muslims and Christians.

This festive holiday performance features actors from our Silk Road communities and choir members from the First United Methodist Church at The Chicago Temple.

Adapted & Directed by Corey Pond
Choir Direction by Erik Nussbaum

Come early and enjoy the Christkindlmarket across the street from the theatre!

TICKETS
$35 General Seating
$25 Members of any spiritual tradition using discount code FAITH

PARKING
$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.

SPONSORS
This production of Christmas Mubarak is supported by the Landau Family Foundation and The Interfaith Fund.

Runtime: 90 minutes (no intermission)

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Christmas Mubarak
Dec
10
7:30 PM19:30

Christmas Mubarak

Christmas Mubarak is a first-of-its-kind musical / theatre interplay of the Quranic and New Testament stories that celebrate the miraculous birth of Jesus as told by Muslims and Christians.

This festive holiday performance features actors from our Silk Road communities and choir members from the First United Methodist Church at The Chicago Temple.

Adapted & Directed by Corey Pond
Choir Direction by Erik Nussbaum

Come early and enjoy the Christkindlmarket across the street from the theatre!

TICKETS
$35 General Seating
$25 Members of any spiritual tradition using discount code FAITH

PARKING
$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.

SPONSORS
This production of Christmas Mubarak is supported by the Landau Family Foundation and The Interfaith Fund.

Runtime: 90 minutes (no intermission)

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Christmas Mubarak
Dec
11
7:30 PM19:30

Christmas Mubarak

Christmas Mubarak is a first-of-its-kind musical / theatre interplay of the Quranic and New Testament stories that celebrate the miraculous birth of Jesus as told by Muslims and Christians.

This festive holiday performance features actors from our Silk Road communities and choir members from the First United Methodist Church at The Chicago Temple.

Adapted & Directed by Corey Pond
Choir Direction by Erik Nussbaum

Come early and enjoy the Christkindlmarket across the street from the theatre!

TICKETS
$35 General Seating
$25 Members of any spiritual tradition using discount code FAITH

PARKING
$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.

SPONSORS
This production of Christmas Mubarak is supported by the Landau Family Foundation and The Interfaith Fund.

Runtime: 90 minutes (no intermission)

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A Great Migration
Oct
7
4:00 PM16:00

A Great Migration

As Louise prepares for a TEDx Talk on the Migratory Patterns of the North American Monarch Butterfly, her three sons are on the hunt to find their father to avoid getting drafted into the Korean army. Part nature documentary, part TED Talk, A Great Migration maps one family's search for identity, unity, and a destination they are reluctant to embrace.

Co-Produced with A-Squared Theatre

By: Preston Choi
Directed by:  Brain Balcom

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A Great Migration
Oct
6
4:00 PM16:00

A Great Migration

As Louise prepares for a TEDx Talk on the Migratory Patterns of the North American Monarch Butterfly, her three sons are on the hunt to find their father to avoid getting drafted into the Korean army. Part nature documentary, part TED Talk, A Great Migration maps one family's search for identity, unity, and a destination they are reluctant to embrace.

Co-Produced with A-Squared Theatre

By: Preston Choi
Directed by:  Brain Balcom

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New China Festival:  Staged Readings of Plays from the Chinese Speaking World
Aug
19
4:00 PM16:00

New China Festival: Staged Readings of Plays from the Chinese Speaking World

Staged readings of three plays translated from Chinese to English that highlight the work of contemporary playwrights from the Chinese speaking world. Stylistically and aesthetically diverse, the featured plays examine a Chinese society rife with tensions between tradition and accelerating change, consumerism and communism, and authoritarianism and personal freedom. New China Festival will also include a panel discussion about the state of theatre in the Chinese speaking world and the insights American audiences can gain from Chinese plays.

Sponsored by the National Endowment of the Arts

Performance:
Sand on a Distant Star by Stan Lai
Directed by: Helen Young

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New China Festival:  Staged Readings of Plays from the Chinese Speaking World
Aug
18
4:00 PM16:00

New China Festival: Staged Readings of Plays from the Chinese Speaking World

Staged readings of three plays translated from Chinese to English that highlight the work of contemporary playwrights from the Chinese speaking world. Stylistically and aesthetically diverse, the featured plays examine a Chinese society rife with tensions between tradition and accelerating change, consumerism and communism, and authoritarianism and personal freedom. New China Festival will also include a panel discussion about the state of theatre in the Chinese speaking world and the insights American audiences can gain from Chinese plays.

Sponsored by the National Endowment of the Arts

Performance:
Sand on a Distant Star by Stan Lai
Directed by: Helen Young

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New China Festival:  Staged Readings of Plays from the Chinese Speaking World
Aug
12
4:00 PM16:00

New China Festival: Staged Readings of Plays from the Chinese Speaking World

Staged readings of three plays translated from Chinese to English that highlight the work of contemporary playwrights from the Chinese speaking world. Stylistically and aesthetically diverse, the featured plays examine a Chinese society rife with tensions between tradition and accelerating change, consumerism and communism, and authoritarianism and personal freedom. New China Festival will also include a panel discussion about the state of theatre in the Chinese speaking world and the insights American audiences can gain from Chinese plays.

Sponsored by the National Endowment of the Arts

Performance:
Dialogue & Rebuttal by Gao Xingjian
Directed by: Carol Ann Tan

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New China Festival:  Staged Readings of Plays from the Chinese Speaking World
Aug
11
4:00 PM16:00

New China Festival: Staged Readings of Plays from the Chinese Speaking World

Staged readings of three plays translated from Chinese to English that highlight the work of contemporary playwrights from the Chinese speaking world. Stylistically and aesthetically diverse, the featured plays examine a Chinese society rife with tensions between tradition and accelerating change, consumerism and communism, and authoritarianism and personal freedom. New China Festival will also include a panel discussion about the state of theatre in the Chinese speaking world and the insights American audiences can gain from Chinese plays.

Sponsored by the National Endowment of the Arts

Performance:
Dialogue & Rebuttal by Gao Xingjian
Directed by: Carol Ann Tan

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New China Festival:  Staged Readings of Plays from the Chinese Speaking World
Aug
5
4:00 PM16:00

New China Festival: Staged Readings of Plays from the Chinese Speaking World

Staged readings of three plays translated from Chinese to English that highlight the work of contemporary playwrights from the Chinese speaking world. Stylistically and aesthetically diverse, the featured plays examine a Chinese society rife with tensions between tradition and accelerating change, consumerism and communism, and authoritarianism and personal freedom. New China Festival will also include a panel discussion about the state of theatre in the Chinese speaking world and the insights American audiences can gain from Chinese plays.

Sponsored by the National Endowment of the Arts

Performance:
Speaking as Then by Ruoxin Xu
Directed by: Helen Young

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New China Festival:  Staged Readings of Plays from the Chinese Speaking World
Aug
4
4:00 PM16:00

New China Festival: Staged Readings of Plays from the Chinese Speaking World

Staged readings of three plays translated from Chinese to English that highlight the work of contemporary playwrights from the Chinese speaking world. Stylistically and aesthetically diverse, the featured plays examine a Chinese society rife with tensions between tradition and accelerating change, consumerism and communism, and authoritarianism and personal freedom. New China Festival will also include a panel discussion about the state of theatre in the Chinese speaking world and the insights American audiences can gain from Chinese plays.

Sponsored by the National Endowment of the Arts

Performance:
Speaking as Then by Ruoxin Xu
Directed by: Helen Young

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Hollow/Wave
May
27
4:00 PM16:00

Hollow/Wave

Anu Bhatt combines the personal with the poetic in her new one-woman show about depression, body image, and confronting sexual abuse. Seeking to balance and embrace two identities, Bhatt explores her South Asian-American background with courage and insightful humor. A mix of raw memories, lyricism and tough truths, Hollow/Wave is a daring dance for empowerment through a sea of imperfection.

Written & Performed by:  Anu Bhatt
Directed by:  Barbara Zahora

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Hollow/Wave
May
26
4:00 PM16:00

Hollow/Wave

Anu Bhatt combines the personal with the poetic in her new one-woman show about depression, body image, and confronting sexual abuse. Seeking to balance and embrace two identities, Bhatt explores her South Asian-American background with courage and insightful humor. A mix of raw memories, lyricism and tough truths, Hollow/Wave is a daring dance for empowerment through a sea of imperfection.

Written & Performed by:  Anu Bhatt
Directed by:  Barbara Zahora

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Hollow/Wave
May
25
8:00 PM20:00

Hollow/Wave

Anu Bhatt combines the personal with the poetic in her new one-woman show about depression, body image, and confronting sexual abuse. Seeking to balance and embrace two identities, Bhatt explores her South Asian-American background with courage and insightful humor. A mix of raw memories, lyricism and tough truths, Hollow/Wave is a daring dance for empowerment through a sea of imperfection.

Written & Performed by:  Anu Bhatt
Directed by:  Barbara Zahora

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Hollow/Wave
May
24
7:30 PM19:30

Hollow/Wave

Anu Bhatt combines the personal with the poetic in her new one-woman show about depression, body image, and confronting sexual abuse. Seeking to balance and embrace two identities, Bhatt explores her South Asian-American background with courage and insightful humor. A mix of raw memories, lyricism and tough truths, Hollow/Wave is a daring dance for empowerment through a sea of imperfection.

Written & Performed by:  Anu Bhatt
Directed by:  Barbara Zahora

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Hollow/Wave
May
20
4:00 PM16:00

Hollow/Wave

Anu Bhatt combines the personal with the poetic in her new one-woman show about depression, body image, and confronting sexual abuse. Seeking to balance and embrace two identities, Bhatt explores her South Asian-American background with courage and insightful humor. A mix of raw memories, lyricism and tough truths, Hollow/Wave is a daring dance for empowerment through a sea of imperfection.

Written & Performed by:  Anu Bhatt
Directed by:  Barbara Zahora

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Hollow/Wave
May
19
4:00 PM16:00

Hollow/Wave

Anu Bhatt combines the personal with the poetic in her new one-woman show about depression, body image, and confronting sexual abuse. Seeking to balance and embrace two identities, Bhatt explores her South Asian-American background with courage and insightful humor. A mix of raw memories, lyricism and tough truths, Hollow/Wave is a daring dance for empowerment through a sea of imperfection.

Written & Performed by:  Anu Bhatt
Directed by:  Barbara Zahora

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Hollow/Wave
May
18
8:00 PM20:00

Hollow/Wave

Anu Bhatt combines the personal with the poetic in her new one-woman show about depression, body image, and confronting sexual abuse. Seeking to balance and embrace two identities, Bhatt explores her South Asian-American background with courage and insightful humor. A mix of raw memories, lyricism and tough truths, Hollow/Wave is a daring dance for empowerment through a sea of imperfection.

Written & Performed by:  Anu Bhatt
Directed by:  Barbara Zahora

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Hollow/Wave
May
17
7:30 PM19:30

Hollow/Wave

Anu Bhatt combines the personal with the poetic in her new one-woman show about depression, body image, and confronting sexual abuse. Seeking to balance and embrace two identities, Bhatt explores her South Asian-American background with courage and insightful humor. A mix of raw memories, lyricism and tough truths, Hollow/Wave is a daring dance for empowerment through a sea of imperfection.

Written & Performed by:  Anu Bhatt
Directed by:  Barbara Zahora

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Through The Elevated Line
Apr
15
4:00 PM16:00

Through The Elevated Line

Having fled Iran where he was imprisoned for being a gay man, a damaged Razi arrives at his sister’s doorstep in Chicago only to disrupt the life she and her American husband built together. As the Chicago Cubs vie to make history, rivalries of a different kind simmer in the Uptown two-flat that Razi tries to call home. With echoes of A Streetcar Named Desire, Novid Parsi’s world premiere drama probes the boundaries between family, loss, prejudice, and desire.

By:  Novid Parsi
Directed by:  Carin Silkaitis

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Through The Elevated Line
Apr
14
4:00 PM16:00

Through The Elevated Line

Having fled Iran where he was imprisoned for being a gay man, a damaged Razi arrives at his sister’s doorstep in Chicago only to disrupt the life she and her American husband built together. As the Chicago Cubs vie to make history, rivalries of a different kind simmer in the Uptown two-flat that Razi tries to call home. With echoes of A Streetcar Named Desire, Novid Parsi’s world premiere drama probes the boundaries between family, loss, prejudice, and desire.

By:  Novid Parsi
Directed by:  Carin Silkaitis

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Through The Elevated Line
Apr
13
8:00 PM20:00

Through The Elevated Line

Having fled Iran where he was imprisoned for being a gay man, a damaged Razi arrives at his sister’s doorstep in Chicago only to disrupt the life she and her American husband built together. As the Chicago Cubs vie to make history, rivalries of a different kind simmer in the Uptown two-flat that Razi tries to call home. With echoes of A Streetcar Named Desire, Novid Parsi’s world premiere drama probes the boundaries between family, loss, prejudice, and desire.

By:  Novid Parsi
Directed by:  Carin Silkaitis

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Through The Elevated Line
Apr
10
7:30 PM19:30

Through The Elevated Line

Having fled Iran where he was imprisoned for being a gay man, a damaged Razi arrives at his sister’s doorstep in Chicago only to disrupt the life she and her American husband built together. As the Chicago Cubs vie to make history, rivalries of a different kind simmer in the Uptown two-flat that Razi tries to call home. With echoes of A Streetcar Named Desire, Novid Parsi’s world premiere drama probes the boundaries between family, loss, prejudice, and desire.

By:  Novid Parsi
Directed by:  Carin Silkaitis

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Through The Elevated Line
Apr
8
4:00 PM16:00

Through The Elevated Line

Having fled Iran where he was imprisoned for being a gay man, a damaged Razi arrives at his sister’s doorstep in Chicago only to disrupt the life she and her American husband built together. As the Chicago Cubs vie to make history, rivalries of a different kind simmer in the Uptown two-flat that Razi tries to call home. With echoes of A Streetcar Named Desire, Novid Parsi’s world premiere drama probes the boundaries between family, loss, prejudice, and desire.

By:  Novid Parsi
Directed by:  Carin Silkaitis

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Through The Elevated Line
Apr
7
4:00 PM16:00

Through The Elevated Line

Having fled Iran where he was imprisoned for being a gay man, a damaged Razi arrives at his sister’s doorstep in Chicago only to disrupt the life she and her American husband built together. As the Chicago Cubs vie to make history, rivalries of a different kind simmer in the Uptown two-flat that Razi tries to call home. With echoes of A Streetcar Named Desire, Novid Parsi’s world premiere drama probes the boundaries between family, loss, prejudice, and desire.

By:  Novid Parsi
Directed by:  Carin Silkaitis

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Through The Elevated Line
Apr
6
8:00 PM20:00

Through The Elevated Line

Having fled Iran where he was imprisoned for being a gay man, a damaged Razi arrives at his sister’s doorstep in Chicago only to disrupt the life she and her American husband built together. As the Chicago Cubs vie to make history, rivalries of a different kind simmer in the Uptown two-flat that Razi tries to call home. With echoes of A Streetcar Named Desire, Novid Parsi’s world premiere drama probes the boundaries between family, loss, prejudice, and desire.

By:  Novid Parsi
Directed by:  Carin Silkaitis

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Through The Elevated Line
Apr
3
7:30 PM19:30

Through The Elevated Line

Having fled Iran where he was imprisoned for being a gay man, a damaged Razi arrives at his sister’s doorstep in Chicago only to disrupt the life she and her American husband built together. As the Chicago Cubs vie to make history, rivalries of a different kind simmer in the Uptown two-flat that Razi tries to call home. With echoes of A Streetcar Named Desire, Novid Parsi’s world premiere drama probes the boundaries between family, loss, prejudice, and desire.

By:  Novid Parsi
Directed by:  Carin Silkaitis

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Through The Elevated Line
Apr
1
4:00 PM16:00

Through The Elevated Line

Having fled Iran where he was imprisoned for being a gay man, a damaged Razi arrives at his sister’s doorstep in Chicago only to disrupt the life she and her American husband built together. As the Chicago Cubs vie to make history, rivalries of a different kind simmer in the Uptown two-flat that Razi tries to call home. With echoes of A Streetcar Named Desire, Novid Parsi’s world premiere drama probes the boundaries between family, loss, prejudice, and desire.

By:  Novid Parsi
Directed by:  Carin Silkaitis

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Through The Elevated Line
Mar
31
4:00 PM16:00

Through The Elevated Line

Having fled Iran where he was imprisoned for being a gay man, a damaged Razi arrives at his sister’s doorstep in Chicago only to disrupt the life she and her American husband built together. As the Chicago Cubs vie to make history, rivalries of a different kind simmer in the Uptown two-flat that Razi tries to call home. With echoes of A Streetcar Named Desire, Novid Parsi’s world premiere drama probes the boundaries between family, loss, prejudice, and desire.

By:  Novid Parsi
Directed by:  Carin Silkaitis

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Through The Elevated Line
Mar
30
8:00 PM20:00

Through The Elevated Line

Having fled Iran where he was imprisoned for being a gay man, a damaged Razi arrives at his sister’s doorstep in Chicago only to disrupt the life she and her American husband built together. As the Chicago Cubs vie to make history, rivalries of a different kind simmer in the Uptown two-flat that Razi tries to call home. With echoes of A Streetcar Named Desire, Novid Parsi’s world premiere drama probes the boundaries between family, loss, prejudice, and desire.

By:  Novid Parsi
Directed by:  Carin Silkaitis

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Through The Elevated Line
Mar
27
7:30 PM19:30

Through The Elevated Line

Having fled Iran where he was imprisoned for being a gay man, a damaged Razi arrives at his sister’s doorstep in Chicago only to disrupt the life she and her American husband built together. As the Chicago Cubs vie to make history, rivalries of a different kind simmer in the Uptown two-flat that Razi tries to call home. With echoes of A Streetcar Named Desire, Novid Parsi’s world premiere drama probes the boundaries between family, loss, prejudice, and desire.

By:  Novid Parsi
Directed by:  Carin Silkaitis

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Through The Elevated Line
Mar
25
4:00 PM16:00

Through The Elevated Line

Having fled Iran where he was imprisoned for being a gay man, a damaged Razi arrives at his sister’s doorstep in Chicago only to disrupt the life she and her American husband built together. As the Chicago Cubs vie to make history, rivalries of a different kind simmer in the Uptown two-flat that Razi tries to call home. With echoes of A Streetcar Named Desire, Novid Parsi’s world premiere drama probes the boundaries between family, loss, prejudice, and desire.

By:  Novid Parsi
Directed by:  Carin Silkaitis

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Through The Elevated Line
Mar
24
4:00 PM16:00

Through The Elevated Line

Having fled Iran where he was imprisoned for being a gay man, a damaged Razi arrives at his sister’s doorstep in Chicago only to disrupt the life she and her American husband built together. As the Chicago Cubs vie to make history, rivalries of a different kind simmer in the Uptown two-flat that Razi tries to call home. With echoes of A Streetcar Named Desire, Novid Parsi’s world premiere drama probes the boundaries between family, loss, prejudice, and desire.

By:  Novid Parsi
Directed by:  Carin Silkaitis

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