March 03, 2017 at Instituto Cervantes Chicago in Chicago.
Our Easter Festival begins with a free, community breakfast at 9:30am, followed by our worship service at 10:30am where we celebrate Jesus’ glorious victory over sin and death.
Easter celebrates the event in which God tore down every barrier that separates us, and has reconciled us to God and to one another. Here we live out God’s radical welcome to all people. Join us at this diverse church, where we gather for 40 days in the season of Lent, for a time of focus and simplicity, leading up to Easter when we celebrate God’s life-changing love.
We are a multicultural, intergenerational church that welcomes all people, regardless of race, gender, or sexual orientation. As a church comprised of people from diverse backgrounds, we celebrate diversity as a beautiful gift from God.
Visit us online at christchurchchicago.org or call 773.478.7941 for more information about us.
The March 7th Chicago performance of The Future is Female Festival will feature 10-minute play readings, storytelling, and standup comedy all written on the theme “The Future is Female.” All proceeds from the evenings ticket sales will benefit Sarah’s Circle, a local charity providing resources and housing to underpriviliged Chicago women.
Featuring brand new, 10-minute play readings by:
Babes With Blades Theatre Company
And storytelling/standup by:
Tickets are $10 at the door. Bughouse accepts major credit cards and cash payments. Save your seat with Brown Paper Tickets! http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2889569
Learn more about the national The Future is Female Festival here: https://thefutureisfemalefestival.com/
Saturday Evening, April 22: Red Line Tap
7006 N. Glenwood Ave
8:00 Along The Drive
9:30 Steve Dawson (of Dolly Varden)
10:15 Phil Angotti
11:00 Ellis Clark & The Big Parade
11:45 Rollo Time
Featured Free Performance and Workshops
Scenes from the play “Black Girls Can Fly” by Sydney Chatman
Arts and Crafts with Artshould
Comic Book workshop with Turtel
Ages 8 and up
Hyde Park School of Dance
Looking Glass Theatre
Ages 8 and up
South Side Projections Film Workshop
Ages 10 and up
Please join Nathan Bobo, Shelby Danosky, Joe Hirte, Johanna Medrano, Kelsey Jane Myers, and George Tingen on Sunday 1/8 at 4pm. We’ll handle your holiday hangover and get you lit for 2017. It will be a Sunday Funday for the record books!
And check out as much of the festival as you can! So many amazing acts from all over the country, right here in our own backyard!
The Runaways Lab Theatre is accepting play submissions for 2017’s Doing Drugs And Dying In Space Short Play Festival, slated to go up late summer 2017.
The rules for submission are as follows:
1. The play must involve characters on or offstage engaging with mind altering substances
2. The play must involve characters dying in space (ie: on the space station, on another planet, floating in the void; anywhere but Earth)
3. The play must be at longest 10 pages long.
For thematic reference, please consult: https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=MoZ_Lg21b14
Submissions will be accepted until January 13th. Please refer all play submissions, questions to Gannon Reedy at email@example.com
In response to our President-elect’s repeated threats on our human rights, comedians and producers in over 25 cities are coordinating shows to raise money for the ACLU on Inauguration Day Weekend. WHAT A JOKE is a national comedy festival taking place inauguration day weekend to benefit the American Civil Liberties Union.
Expect a night full of Chicago‘s top comedians performing, with amazing silent auction raffle items donated by generous vendors available to further benefit the ACLU.
A song from The Great Ghouldini
+surprises and more!!
What A Joke: National Comedy Fest is produced by Emily Winter and Jenn Welch
What A Joke: Chicago is produced by Liz Maupin and Meredith Kachel.
American Friends Service Committee – Chicago
American Muslims for Palestine-Chicago
Council on American Islamic Relations – Chicago
Council of Islamic Organizations of Great Chicago
Jewish Voice for Peace-Chicago
Muslim American Society-Chicago
Syrian Community Network (SCN)
Three days before Chanukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights, Jewish Voice for Peace chapters all over the country are participating in actions and vigils to shine a light against Islamophobia, anti-Arab racism, and the many ways in which these are connected with individual bigotry and state violence (learn more about JVP’s Network Against Islamophobia at againstislamophobia.org)
Here in Chicago, a multi-faith coalition is holding Governor Rauner accountable for his decision to close Illinois’ borders to Syrian refugees. We’ll have a great view of Trump Tower in the background – making clear that Rauner must be held accountable for his contributions to Trump’s climate of hate.
Like President-Elect Trump, Governor Bruce Rauner exploits hate to score political points. One year ago, he shut Illinois’ borders to Syrian refugees, feeding into Trump’s statement at the time that taking in Syrian refugees would be “insane.”
In doing so, Rauner helped create a political climate of fear and confusion that has caused immeasurable damage to efforts to resettle refugees in the U.S. He also contributed to escalating hatred being directed at Muslim and Arab communities.
We demand that Governor Rauner definitively reverse his decision to close Illinois’ borders to Syrian refugees, and commit to using his influence and all the resources at his disposal to make clear Illinois welcomes Syrian refugees.
We got some of the hottest comedians in the city of Chicago, plus comedians who are allergic to Peanut Butter.
Doors open at 8:00pm, show at 8:30.
Junior Stopka (Just For Laughs Festival, Last Comic Standing)
Jonathan Giles (Nerd Alert Game Show)
Allison Dunne (Allison Guest List Comedy)
Bill Beteet (Lazy Philosopher podcast)
Josh Otusanya (ThisIsJoshO Youtube channel)
Clay Hurlbut (has beautiful blonde hair)
Hosted by St. James aka Black Jesus! aka The Pope of the people! aka Young spellcheck! Aka the Sun Ra of comedy! aka, Bernie Mac had a baby who went to church and skipped grammar school!
ST. JAMES IS HOSTING
The Show is freeeee! Donations are recommended.