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The Danger: A Homage to Strange Fruit by Stacey Rose

Winner of the 2015 Rita Goldberg Prize, The Danger: A Homage to Strange Fruit, is a theatrical symphony in four movements. Inspired by the ... continue reading

Yerma by Federico García Lorca

Yerma was written by Federico García Lorca in 1934 on the eve of the Spanish Civil war.  Now a world-famous revolutionary playwright and poet, ... continue reading

Pshitter! by Henry Wishcamper

A Drinking Song for the Year of our Lord 2022 (based on Ubu Roi by Alfred Jarry)  By Henry Wishcamper Directed by Yasen Peyankov  In ... continue reading

The Hunchback of Seville

Seville, Spain, 1504. It has been twelve years since Columbus landed in the Americas. Rumors of an ongoing genocide in the new colonies are ... continue reading

Storytelling with Ronnie Preston

UIC’s Native American Support Program and School of Theatre and Music proudly announce an afternoon of storytelling and dance with Ronnie Preston.  Thursday, March ... continue reading

the strangers by christopher oscar peña

Playwright christopher oscar peña reimagined Thornton Wilder’s Our Town with characters who represent our America today—people with a mix of racial, cultural and religious ... continue reading

Theatre Season 22/23

What is the meaning of “home” in a swiftly changing world?” Do we ever feel completely loved if that world is in a constant ... continue reading