What’s more entertaining — a story telling or a dance show? Can’t decide? Come to The Nexus Project and be ready to be amused by a consolidation of a story telling and contemporary dance show. This modern event brings about a family-friendly atmosphere and a fun time for all.
This program is being shown from until February 1, so make sure you get the whole family to see it before it ends. Times are 8 PM on Fridays and Saturdays and 3 PM on Sundays. The Nexus Project is located at Dovetail studios and directions can be found here. Don’t miss this fun and interesting event!
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Speculation, curiosity, and laughter surmise Second City’s latest book, Yes, And. This enlightening novel by one of Chicago’s best improv groups is bound to give readers a kick. Kelly Leonard, vice president of Second City, is coming to discuss and answer any questions about Yes, And. He holds a certain expertise concerning the novel and is good source for any questions.
Kelly will be at the Virgin Hotel, Wednesday February 4 at 6:30 PM. This is the perfect event for fans of Second City and Yes, And. Come with questions and be ready to discuss!
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We’ve all wondered whether or not we would survive a zombie apocalypse..but what happens when when your loved ones are infected? WildClaw Theatre‘s The Revenants explores the dilemma facing Gary and Karen, longtime friends whose spouses have been infected with a mysterious virus which transforms them into flesh-eating zombies. Struggling to decide whether or not to put their spouses down, the two friends also struggle with their complicated feelings for one another. Strikingly comical and yet emotional, The Revenants explores some of the toughest questions we encounter in our lives, set against the backdrop of a zombie apocalypse. Playwright Scott T. Barsotti‘s story will leave the audience wondering, as they exit the theatre, when love truly does die.
The Revenants runs until February 22. Tickets cost $22 – $27 and can be purchased here. For more information, visit Wildclaw’s website.