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Free Theater Performances in Chicago in Oct and Nov

Come out and enjoy some free theater in Chicago.  Oracle Theater was incorporated as a not-for-profit theatre company in early 2005, and the company has grown to become a diverse cultural center with programs that connect artists and audiences in several mediums including theatre, film, performance art, dance, and gallery exhibitions. In October 2010, Oracle launched a new business initiative called free theaterPublic Access Theatre, which makes live performing arts events free to the public. All tickets are paid for by members of The Forty 4 at Oracle, which is a sponsorship program supported by members who contribute as little as $5 per month.

 

Oracle Theater is performing NO BEAST SO FIERCE from Oct 9 to Nov 8 in Chicago.  The plotline involves the mighty Katherine Keberlein plays Richard III, the legendary humpbacked serial-killer king of 15th century England. Director Max Truax oversees a “dance theater” adaptation of Shakespeare’s bloody tale about Richard’s relentless ambition.
10/9–11/8. publicaccesstheatre.org

 

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based on Richard III by William Shakespeare
adapted and directed by Max Truax
original music composed by Jonathan Guillen
featuring Katherine Keberlein as Richard Gloucester
in association with the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE)

 

Reserve Your Seats Now
Admission is FREE in Public Access Theatre
Previews October 6 – October 8
Open October 9, 2015
Through November 8, 2015
Thursday – Saturday nights at 7:30PM
Sunday matinees at 2PM

 

Performed at the Storefront Theater, 66 E Randolph | Chicago
All performances are wheelchair accessible
Select performances will feature Captioning – stay tuned for dates and time!

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