PERENNIAL THEATRE CHICAGO
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Did we mention our Fun(d)raiser?

We wouldn't want you to miss this!

MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2019  7-10PM OUR NEW THEATRE COMPANY IS HAVING A HOT PARTY!

JOIN US! WE WILL DO SCENES FROM SHOWS WE HAVE PRESENTED.

WE WILL SING, WE WILL RAFFLE, WE WILL DRINK AND EAT AND WE WILL HAVE SO MUCH FUN!!!

SOMETHING SPICY

SOMETHING FAMILIAR

SOMETHING HYSTERICAL

SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE

A  FUN(D)RAISER TONIGHT!

PERENNIAL THEATRE CHICAGO


Raising Funds For The New Perennial Theatre Chicago

Join us at Chief O’Neill’s 3471 N. Elston Ave.

7:00PM-10:00PM

$42 until 9/21/19  $49 after 9/21/19

Raffle.  Entertainment

Silent Auction.

Food & 

A Drink on Us!

Seasoned Professionals

Spice it Up 

Join the party!

EMCEES 

Will Clinger  &  Sharon Carlson 

We will do segments from 2 of our adaptations: Edgar Lee Masters’ SPOON RIVER ANTHOLOGY-with original music by John Green-and UNDER MILK WOOD by Dylan Thomas

and 2 original pieces, RADICAL IDEAS – WOMEN and THE VOTE! The Illinois Journey to Win the Vote 


by Mary Bonnett and

THE GLASS HOUSE by June Finfer.

TICKETS @ WWW.PERENNIALTHEATRECHICAGO.COM


              

We are grownups and we come from a place of power. We are constantly changing, growing and perennially learning and sharing. We have formed this theatre to provide creative opportunities for older theatre artists and to speak to diverse Chicago audiences. 

Our Intention is to speak to the need to be current in our thinking about plays and music, poetry and performance, pieces to collaborate on and present; to explore diversity in age, race, gender, sexual orientation and accessibility.

There are so many works to consider; delving into classic and contemporary plays, creating adaptations, seeking original pieces, telling stories of where we are now, exploring the political and societal divisions of our country. We aim to share our concerns about inclusiveness, diversity and community-- what can we, our generation, bring to today, to moving forward, to understanding America?

We want a chance to pause, reflect and share the wisdom we’ve gathered over decades.

Through presenting salon nights, public readings and performances, we are committed to sharing a view of the human condition - past, present and future.

Performances & happenings

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The Blind Service Association Performance of Spoon River Anthology on July 12th, 2019 was a HIT!

 

 

 

 

 

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