Join Angela Vela for a special 1st Anniversary show to celebrate the reading of The Seven Deadly Sins, a free performance that features seven story tellers/readers/comedians. Each performing pieces fits the theme of their assigned sin.
Acts include both fiction and non-fiction and are conveyed in ways such as storytelling, reading, mixed media, poetry, excerpt, stand-up comedy, confession and more! Vela states that “the stories are often hilarious, sometimes intense, have been a confession or two, and always entertaining.”
The show will be at the Cafe Mustache coffee shop in Logan Square from 8-9:30 PM on Tuesday, December 10 with free admittance!
Dark Humor Productions is presenting its first all-improvised event titled Desperation. Join them Thursday, December 5 at 8 PM for a one act play that challenges you to forget everything you know about improvisation performances. The show will include an opening act by local Chicago comedians followed by the main act in stage combat style created by Co-Artistic Director Alex Farrington. Tickets are $10 at the door of Studio BE; you have not seen a show like this before!
Everyone loves a good improv comedy… but an improv dance/music combo? Not your everyday show!
Collision Theory was founded in 2009 by Rachel Damon and Dan Mohr as part of Links Hall’s Artistic Associates program. The performance pairs dancers and musicians (many of whom have never collaborated before) and lets their talents “collide.” You’ll never know what to expect, but you can be sure it’s going to be spectacular!
The performance will be at 7 PM on December 9 at Constellation (the new home of Links Hall), 3111 N. Western Avenue in Chicago. Tickets can be purchased on the website for $10. Get yours now and watch the stars collide!!