4/8/14-5/18/14 - Oscar Wilde’s love/hate affair with youth and beauty is captured in this visually arresting contemporary adaptation. House Company Members Director/Choreographer Tommy Rapley, Co-Writer Ben Lobpries and Composer Kevin O’Donnell seamlessly blend theatre and dance, revealing the unsightly truth behind each character’s outer beauty. Dorian Gray’s ill-fated portrait is a character who comes vividly to life, only to encourage his wicked and sexually irreverent indulgences.
Tickets $25. More info - 773.769.3832
Sat April 26th at 10am - Dr. Pasi Sahlberg gives an inspiring talk about global education. He is the author of the best seller Finnis Lessons: What can the world learn from educational change in Finland? In adition to is experience in the classroom as a teacer, he has also served as a teacher educato and policy advisor in Finland. Dr. Salberg compares educational systems and reforms from around the world; advises education policy makers and is a Professor of Practice at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education.
Please attend and Raise Your Hand for high quality education.
Reserve here. More information Info@IlRaiseYourHand.org
May 1st - June 8th - “5 Lesbians Eating Quiche,”, the hilarious send-up of 1950s cold war repression and kitsch culture, finds five women assembled in a church basement (along with the audience) for the 1956 annual meeting of the Susan B. Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein’s annual quiche breakfast.
Tickets $15-40 online or 773.404.7336 (Wed-Sun)