Pillsbury House Theatre’s award-winning Breaking Ice company takes on race, class, and economics in this entertaining and thought-provoking live performance.
- How are our neighborhoods responding to development and change?
- How do we respond to culture clash and conflict?
- How can neighborhoods evolve in economically stable and sustainable ways?
We invite you to join us for the show and participate in a short, facilitated discussion afterward as we confront these questions in an effort to strengthen the ties that bind neighbors together.
February 18, 25 & 26
7:30 pm at Pillsbury House + Theatre (Map & Directions »)
Pay-What-You-Can. Pick your price for every performance. ($5 per ticket minimum to reserve in advance.)
Reservations: Call 612-825-0459 or reserve tickets online.
*Free Child Care is available for all three performances. Advanced reservations required: call 612-825-0459.
This production is one of the twenty art experiences in the Arts on Chicago initiative, an arts-based community development project led by Pillsbury House + Theatre, Upstream Arts, the Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association, and MCAD Professor Natasha Pestich with support from the Ward 8 Council Office of Elizabeth Glidden.