Looking through an old journal of yours can be just as cringe-worthy as reading someone else’s could be funny. Taking it a step further, Greenhouse Theater is staging Ginger, Est. 1991, which is “told in the form of unedited journal entries”. This play is written and directed by Sydney Davis Jr. Jr. Don’t miss the opportunity to check out this unique production.
This one-time event will take place on January 30 at 8 PM. Tickets cost $5, and can be purchased here.
A fast paced, creative atmosphere is in store when you attend Stage 773’s Scribble Bibble! Actors and writers create original shows for one time only performances. The catch? As soon as a show is done, the next is started, creating a nonstop flow. The talent and work ethic of the Chicago writers, actors and directors is presented every week, when their best material is brought to the stage. Get ready to be surprised with Scribble Bibble’s team as they push themselves to provide a different theatrical experience every time.
Scribble Bibble runs at Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont Ave. Chicago, from January 29 to November 5. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased here or by calling Stage 773’s Box Office at 773-327-5252.
This Thursday the Newhart Promenade will be featuring our new gallery exhibit, Prism Walls: Sexual Identity and the Expression of Desire. Join us for this FREE event from 5 – 6:30 PM to get a first look at the art which examines the moment when self-preservation and the compulsion to express one’s true feelings meet.
This event is curated by Loyola’s own fine arts instructor Christian Rieben and inspired by his personal experiences. If you can’t make the opening reception, you can still see the art in the Newhart Promenade Wednesdays – Fridays from 1 – 5 PM. You could also see the art if you join us for our mainstage performance of fml: How Carson McCullers Saved My Life, which will be in the Newhart Family Theatre from February 20 – March 1.
For more information about this exhibit, including the participating artists, click here!