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The Island

Court Theatre 5535 S. ELLIS AVENUE, Chicago

THE ISLAND BY ATHOL FUGARD, JOHN KANI, AND WINSTON NTSHONA DIRECTED BY GABRIELLE RANDLE-BENT Nov 11, 2022 — Dec 04, 2022 “ has the rough majesty of a classic… this short but potent play has lost little of its force” -The Guardian John and Winston are political prisoners on South Africa’s infamous Robben Island, spending […]

  • Audio Description
  • Touch Tour

The Island at Court Theatre

Court Theatre 5535 S. ELLIS AVENUE, Chicago

THE ISLAND BY ATHOL FUGARD, JOHN KANI, AND WINSTON NTSHONA DIRECTED BY GABRIELLE RANDLE-BENT Nov 11, 2022 — Dec 04, 2022 “ has the rough majesty of a classic… this short but potent play has lost little of its force” -The Guardian John and Winston are political prisoners on South Africa’s infamous Robben Island, spending […]

  • Audio Description
  • Touch Tour

Talk | In Conversation in the Community—Pullman: Laboring Together, Where Are We Going?

Greenstone United Methodist Church 11211 S St Lawrence Ave, Chicago

About the Event Chicago’s Pullman neighborhood is filled with an abundance of cultural and historical knowledge and is surrounded by a diverse community and innovative history that is often overlooked. In this talk, Pullman artists F.A.B.L.E, Joe Nelson, Steve Soltis, and Nailah Stevenson gather for a conversation moderated by Otez Gary, Community Engagement Manager at […]

  • ASL Interpreted
  • Captioning

Talk | In Conversation in the Community—Pullman: Laboring Together, Where Are We Going?

Greenstone United Methodist Church 11211 S St Lawrence Ave, Chicago

Chicago’s Pullman neighborhood is filled with an abundance of cultural and historical knowledge and is surrounded by a diverse community and innovative history that is often overlooked. In this talk, Pullman artists F.A.B.L.E, Joe Nelson, Steve Soltis, and Nailah Stevenson gather for a conversation moderated by Otez Gary, Community Engagement Manager at the MCA. All […]

  • ASL Interpreted
  • Captioning

MCA | Sensory Friendly Morning

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago 220 E Chicago Ave, Chicago

Sensory-Friendly Morning at the MCA is a free, sensory-friendly program for neurodiverse visitors of all ages. Preregistered individuals and their families can visit the museum before it opens to the public and explore exhibitions at their own pace. Lobby lights are less intense and a quiet space is available for breaks. Sensory-Friendly Morning aims to […]

  • All Gender Restrooms
  • Low Lighting
  • Quiet Spaces
  • Sensory Friendly

Dooby Dooby Moo at Lifeline Theatre

Lifeline Theatre 6912 N Glenwood Ave., Chicago

The County Fair is coming, and the grand prize in the talent competition is a trampoline! Duck wants that prize, but with Farmer Brown watching around every corner, how will he hold singing and dancing rehearsals for Cow, Pig and Ewe? Hop aboard Farmer Brown’s truck and travel to the fair with this hit musical […]

  • Sensory Friendly

The Island at Court Theatre

Court Theatre 5535 S. ELLIS AVENUE, Chicago

THE ISLAND BY ATHOL FUGARD, JOHN KANI, AND WINSTON NTSHONA DIRECTED BY GABRIELLE RANDLE-BENT Nov 11, 2022 — Dec 04, 2022 “ has the rough majesty of a classic… this short but potent play has lost little of its force” -The Guardian John and Winston are political prisoners on South Africa’s infamous Robben Island, spending […]

  • Captioning

The Island at Court Theatre

Court Theatre 5535 S. ELLIS AVENUE, Chicago

THE ISLAND BY ATHOL FUGARD, JOHN KANI, AND WINSTON NTSHONA DIRECTED BY GABRIELLE RANDLE-BENT Nov 11, 2022 — Dec 04, 2022 “ has the rough majesty of a classic… this short but potent play has lost little of its force” -The Guardian John and Winston are political prisoners on South Africa’s infamous Robben Island, spending […]

  • ASL Interpreted

An Open Book Conversation with Rahnee Patrick and Grace Tsao

Zoom

Support CCAC and enjoy a virtual fireside conversation with activists Rahnee Patrick and Grace Tsao. They’ll discuss Alice Wong's new book, Year of the Tiger: An Activist's Life, and offer insight into what it takes to create spaces for disabled people to be in conversation with one another and the world. An audience Q&A portion will follow. […]

  • ASL Interpreted
  • Captioning
  • Image Descriptions

Lincoln Center Moments Presents Indigenous Enterprise

Zoom

Native Americans have kept their culture alive through dancing for centuries. Join artists from Indigenous Enterprise to investigate how humans can cultivate community and identity through movement. This event is part of Lincoln Center Moments, a free performance-based program specially designed for individuals with dementia and their caregivers. Virtual programs are 90 minutes long, including […]

  • Captioning
  • Free Event
  • Virtual

In Progress | Cat Mahari

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago 220 E Chicago Ave, Chicago

Livestream with captioning available. Dance-maker Cat Mahari shares a new performance process, Blk Ark: the Impossible Manifestation, which ruminates on ties, binding, and community. Through Mahari’s movement practice of anarcho-choreographic hip-hop, Blk Ark asks: “What will it take to get free?” and “Can we see a new world from here?” In Progress is a series […]

  • Captioning
  • Hybrid Program

In Progress | Cat Mahari

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago 220 E Chicago Ave, Chicago

Livestream with captioning available. Dance-maker Cat Mahari shares a new performance process, Blk Ark: the Impossible Manifestation, which ruminates on ties, binding, and community. Through Mahari’s movement practice of anarcho-choreographic hip-hop, Blk Ark asks: “What will it take to get free?” and “Can we see a new world from here?” In Progress is a series […]

  • Captioning
  • Hybrid Program