School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play
The acclaimed comedy by Jocelyn Bioh, directed by Lili-Anne Brown, was slated to open March 2020 and now reopens the Goodman’s Albert Theatre doors.
July 30 – August 29
Dance For Life
The annual fundraiser to cover health care for dancers has never been more needed than in its thirtieth year, with performances by Joffrey Ballet, Hubbard Street, Giordano, South Chicago Dance Theatre, Trinity Irish Dance Company, Movement Revolution Dance Crew and DanceWorks Chicago.
A Deeply Rooted Evening for Chicago’s Healing: GOSHEN
Deeply Rooted Dance Theater turns to the Book of Exodus to explore themes of power and deliverance from oppression in this new evening-length piece with choreography by Kevin Iega Jeff and live performances by gospel artists Le’Andria Johnson, Zeke Locke and the Tri-City Singers.
Mr. Burns, a post-electric play
Theater Wit returns to the stage with a revival of its wildly popular post-apocalyptic comedy that has a little bit to do with the Simpsons and a lot to do with how we tell stories and make meaning.
Opens August 27
Chicago Human Rhythm Project’s annual tap and rhythmic dance fest turns thirty under the direction of newly-dubbed artistic director Jumaane Taylor, with performances at Jazz Showcase, Navy Pier, the DuSable Museum and the MCA.
Through August 14