This event is HOSTED by Co-Prosperity Sphere at:
Maria's Packaged Goods and Community Bar
960 W. 31st St., Chicago, IL 60608
A re-staging of the infamous "Pigasus" press conference held at what is now Daley Plaza on August 23, 1968, in which the Yippies nominated a pig for the president of United States. This moment of political theater set off almost a week of political unrest and remains a key memory of the counterculture. Fifty years later, "Pigasus" flies again in a live theatrical event that uses the 1969 Chicago Eight trial as a frame for re-examining this story and the benefits and limits of using theater, performance, and disruption to effect political change. With musician Bill MacKay as musician and Yippie Phil Ochs; City of Chicago historian Tim Samuelson as Judge Julius Hoffman; National Lawyers Guild lawyer Jerry Boyle as defense attorney William Kunstler; author Pat Thomas as Tom Foran; artist Dmitry Samarov as magazine artist Franklin McMahon; Petunia the Pig as Pigasus; and Judy Gumbo and other witnesses of 1968 as themselves.
**Free and open to the public**
In 1968 at the national party conventions, William F. Buckley and Gore Vidal—two ideological and personal rivals—debated the issues of the day and traded insults. It was an explosive political spectacle that presaged the culture wars and today's polarized media landscape. Following a short screening, Rick Perlstein (author of "Nixonland") and Modern Age editor Daniel McCarthy will discuss the Buckley/Vidal debates, and their historical context and relevance today, in a moderated conversation led by Timothy Crimmins. At a time of deep division, it’s worth asking: Has there ever been civil discourse in America?
This event will feature a short screening from the Buckley/Vidal debates, followed by a discussion and Q&A.
Presented by The Point Magazine, Illinois Humanities and the Public Media Institute.
Free / open hours Tuesday - Thursday and Saturday 12- 6 p.m. until September 16.
"If you ever think about me, and if you ain’t gonna do no revolutionary act, forget about me. I don’t want myself on your mind if you’re not gonna work for the people." — Fred Hampton
“Work for the People” is an exhibition of local and national artist/revolutionaries (under)mining the radical histories and exploring the implications of the events of 1968 for today’s struggles and those in the (sometimes deep) future.
Artists include: Brandon Alvendia, Sofia Cordova, Damon Davies, Jim DeRogatis, Jim Duignan, Chris Duncan, Lise Haller Baggesen Ross, Robby Herbst, Just Seeds, Jason Lazarus, Jesse Malmed, Nicole Marroquin, Jennifer Moon, Emilio Rojas, Anthony Romero and Josh Rios, Stephanie Syjuco, Dan Wang, Work / Play, Derrick Woods-Morrow, and Latham Zearfoss.
Calling All Disco People:
We are celebrating the debut record release from Paid Time Off and the launch of Chicago's newest source of cosmic vibrations: Leisure Records.
Non-stop vibes from the city's finest DJs:
Paid Time Off
Daniel Van Duerm
Get a copy of the record before it hits the streets, and of course:
Enjoy some drinks.
See y'all there.
Check the tunes: https://soundcloud.com/leisurerecords/sets/drinks-casual-friday-12
The Research House for Asian Art
3217 S. Morgan St., Chicago, IL 60608
this exhibition is organised by coprosperity.org
The exhibition highlights the work of Chicago-based photojournalist K. Kofi Moyo and mines other sources for figures, scenes, and texts reflecting resistance and opposition in Chicago circa 1968. Curated by Romi Crawford. Part of the 68+50 Series of events .
8PM // $10 // 18+
There are precisely two moments when THE SHACKS will stop you dead in your tracks. The first comes when you hear their music, a seductively dreamy blend of early rock, vintage soul, and intimately hushed vocals that seem to float out weightlessly from the ether. The second comes when you see the band and realize that the artists behind these captivating sounds are, in fact, barely out of high school.
Fronted by 20-year-old singer/bassist Shannon Wise and 21-year-old guitarist/producer Max Shrager, THE SHACKS are already well on their way to becoming one of the year’s big breakouts, and their remarkable debut album, ‘Haze,’ solidifies their status as a band with ability to deliver on the well-deserved buzz. With a sound that’s somehow both retro and modern at once, their cinematic songs play out like the soundtrack to some long lost 16mm film, beckoning you into their grainy, saturated world of analog beauty. It’s as unique as it sounds, and in the short time that they’ve been together, THE SHACKS have already made an impressive mark.
Captured Light: Photography Drawing by Lukios Kahun & Slangism
Join us for a Pop Up Art exhibition of new work by legendary Chicago Artist, Slangism.
A self-taught artist, Tyrue “Slang” Jones has been cultivating and innovating ideas reflected though his artwork for over 25 years. His wide array of styles, ranging from graffiti to fine art, has gained attention around the globe.
His signature style of “Figurative Graffiti,” recognized both nationally and internationally, combines flowing shapes and abstracted letterforms with traditional figure painting.
Roger Gastman, author of “The History Of American Graffiti” says, “SLANG single handedly defines the Chicago graffiti movement. For 30 years he has been a nonstop force pushing the limits of his art and teaching the history of the culture that he helped to create.”
He has worked as an established graffiti artist, fine artist, graphic designer, and professional television animator. His clients have included: Warner Bros. Animation Studios, Startoons Animation Studios, Walt Disney Interactive, General Mills, Universal Music, Def Jam, Interscope, Allstate, Leo Burnett and Viacom (MTV, VH1 and Nickelodeon).
The fusing of different genres of art has given his work an unmistakable originality and flair that is constantly evolving.
He is currently being the sole proprietor of the Gala Gallery, located in the West Town area of Chicago, IL.
FIRST — When you beat the middle school crowd to the slide at recess. Or the electricity that jammed your nervous system when you finally found out what a kiss feels like. Or when you stood behind a mic and spilled the beans and your heart on the floor in front of a room of strangers.
In July, Story Club South Side celebrates your first times and first-in-lines with featured storytellers who have never been featured before! First-time tellers on what "first" really means!
Our First-time Featured Storytellers this month are:
• Face-, body-, and mural painter TENE SMITH!
• Fiction writer SOTON ROSANWO!
Hosted by first-time host & Co-Producer CYNTHIA HANIFIN alongside Story Club North Side Host STEPHANIE DOUGLASS!
These are all of the night's happenings:
@ 6:30 PM - A FREE WORKSHOP with Story Club producers for anyone who has a story, an idea for a story, or just the jitters!
@ 7:30 PM - Open Mic sign-up starts (2-3 open mic stories every month!)
@ 8 PM - Live Storytelling Show!
$5 tickets before the show, $10 tickets cash at the door. Cash bar! (We are no longer BYOB, but we offer all the delightful booze you can drink at our cash bar!)
The Co-Prosperity Sphere is the glorious radio station/performance space/art gallery that houses our enthusiasm! Cozy up to the lovinest room in Chicago!
Friday July 13 • 18+ • $10
Four bands, doors at 7 as Big Syn makes their triumphant return! It’s July 13th, and it benefits Lumpen Radio.
830PM // $12 (advance), $15 // 17+ (**at Co-Prosperity Sphere)
James Prudhomme, better known as SUICIDEYEAR, is an American electronic composer, DJ, and songwriter from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He’s released a collection of projects with Oneohtrix Point Never’s imprint Software Label Co, Brodinski’s Bromance and recently with LuckyMe. Recently he released the single "Spider Feet" featuring Swedish rapper Yung Lean. As a producer, he’s collaborated with a wide range of artists including Lean, Denzel Curry, Chynna, OG Maco and Bbymutha among others. Initially recognized for his unofficial remixes of artists such as Travis Porter, Future, and Three Six Mafia, over the years he’s been tapped to remix the likes of Jacques Greene, Mikky Ekko, Autre Ne Veut and more.
UK based artist CLARA LA SAN's music has been circulating the internet for a while, accumulating almost 1 million streams on Soundcloud and her long awaited debut tape Good Mourning (self released in 2017) garnering much attention. Her love of OSTs glisten through lip bitingly strong productions, which move with an ethereal thizz and lush weightlessness. She carries and guides us through her world with whispy vocals and sweet yet confident, confessional hooks. Even her razor-sharp uptempo tracks bear a sense of longing and a truthfully romantic appeal which conveys intimacy through honest human emotion.
Stopping by to DJ the heat is JEREMIAH MEECE, who wears many sonic hats: THE-DRUM, JODY, VALIS, & CLIQUE TALK among them. His projects have always taken elements of both deep R&B cuts and mainstream pop and run them through a spaced-out, psychedelic filter. Mmmm, yes. Very nice.
Opening Friday, May 18, 6PM – 10PM
This exhibition brings together five Chicago artists who share the communication style of angst, frustration and disappointment of living in modern society. The exhibition is built around the theme of “punk” expression, which not only embraces aggression, violence and nihilism, but also self-reliance, DIY aesthetic and humor. Artists in this show do not try to create “punk art,” rather they approach the subject with the same attitude as youth in punk bands around the world. Visuals are harsh, and to the point, with sharp edges, and high contrasts. The use of these elements includes anti-design and ugly aesthetics –visual manifestations of punk’s brutal, discordant sound.
Curated by Stano Grezdo
Preview exhibition – HERE
On view through June 1 by appointment please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Tune in to WLPN 105.5 or online at lumpenradio.com, Fridays 11AM weekly for new episodes, through June 15.
Artist Michael Rakowitz's seven-episode radio broadcast, Radio Silence, produced in Philadelphia, the birthplace of American democracy, was inspired by famed Iraqi broadcaster Bahjat Abdulwahed, who lived in the city as a refugee until his death in 2016. The project interweaves dreams and memories from Iraq, America, and in-between into a soundscape of the contemporary refugee experience, the Iraqi diaspora, and the culture of an Iraq, that due to war and political unrest, no longer exists.
Interview with the artist TBD
Radio Silence is a large-scale project originally produced by Mural Arts Philadelphia, with artist Michael Rakowitz and curator Elizabeth Thomas, and launched with a large-scale performance on Independence Mall in Historic Philadelphia that was simulcast on PhillyCAM TV.
About Michael Rakowitz:
Michael Rakowitz (b. 1973, New York) is an artist living and working in Chicago. In 1998 he initiated paraSITE, an ongoing project in which the artist custom builds inflatable shelters for homeless people that attach to the exterior outtake vents of a building’s heating, ventilation, or air conditioning system. His work has appeared in venues worldwide including dOCUMENTA (13), P.S.1, MoMA, MassMOCA, Castello di Rivoli, the 16th Biennale of Sydney, the 10th Istanbul Biennial, Sharjah Biennial 8, Tirana Biennale, National Design Triennial at the Cooper-Hewitt, and Transmediale 05. He has had solo exhibitions at Tate Modern in London, Lombard Freid Gallery in New York, Alberto Peola Arte Contemporanea in Torino, and Kunstraum Innsbruck. His public project, Return, was presented by Creative Time in New York in 2006. He is the recipient of a 2012 Tiffany Foundation Award; a 2008 Creative Capital Grant; a Sharjah Biennial Jury Award; a 2006 New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship Grant in Architecture and Environmental Structures; the 2003 Dena Foundation Award, and the 2002 Design 21 Grand Prix from UNESCO. His work features in major private and public collections including the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Neue Galerie, Kassel, Germany; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Smart Museum of Art, Chicago; Van Abbemuseum, Endhoven, Netherlands; The British Museum; Kabul National Museum, Afghanistan; and UNESCO, Paris. His solo exhibition, The worst condition is to pass under a sword which is not one’s own was on view at Tate Modern in London in 2010. A new commission for SALT in Istanbul premiered in November 2011. Rakowitz was commissioned by Creative Time in 2011 for his project, Spoils, a culinary intervention at New York City’s Park Avenue restaurant that invited diners to eat off of plates looted from Saddam Hussein’s palaces. The project culminated in the repatriation of the former Iraqi President’s flatware to the Republic of Iraq at the behest of current Prime Minister Nuri Al Maliki on December 15, 2011—the date Coalition Forces left Iraq. Enemy Kitchen (2003-ongoing) is a food truck serving Iraqi food to Chicago’s hungry public, staffed by veterans of the Iraq War working under Iraqi refugee chefs. Another recent project, The Breakup, was first presented by Al Ma’mal Foundation for Contemporary Art in Jerusalem in October 2010, and was exhibited at Rhona Hoffman Gallery in Chicago in 2014. He is currently working on a new commission for the 14th Istanbul Biennial. Rakowitz is Professor of Art Theory and Practice at Northwestern University and is represented by Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago; Jane Lombard Gallery, New York; and Barbara Wien Galerie in Berlin.
Saturday, April 28th • 7PM-12AM • $15 • 21+
Empty Bottle Presents
*at the Co-Prosperity Sphere - 3219-21 S Morgan St, Chicago, IL 60607
830PM / $15 // 21+
When the four members of Canadian post-punk band PREOCCUPATIONS wrote and recorded their new record, they were in a state of near total instability. Years-long relationships ended; they left homes behind. Frontman Matt Flegel, guitarist Danny Christiansen, multi-instrumentalist Scott Munro and drummer Mike Wallace all moved to different cities. They resolved to change their band name, but hadn’t settled on a new one. And their road-tested, honed approach to songwriting was basically thrown out the window. This time, they walked into the studio with the gas gauge near empty, buoyed by one another while the rest of their lives were virtually unrecognizable and rootless. There was no central theme or idea to guide the band’s collective cliff jump. As a result, ‘Preoccupations’ bears the visceral, personal sound of holding onto some steadiness in the midst of changing everything.
Toronto-based "Industrial surf-gaze" monsters ODONIS ODONIS are returning after their last show in 2015 with experimental psych weirdos ICE BALLOONS. Born out the same DIY scene that spawned METZ, HSY, GREYS and more, this trio cut their teeth at the now defunct Buzz Garage, where they built a solid foundation as a crushing live band. Their 2014 Polaris-nominated album, Hard Boiled Soft Boiled, found ODONIS ODONIS pushing the sonic envelope into new territory, because much like the hypnotic spiral that came to be associated with the band’s earlier efforts, these fellas don't follow a linear path. The band's live show is the point where the diverging influences and hypnotic visual aesthetic collide into something that is maddeningly stunning -- don't miss it.
ANTELOPER is the electric brain child of JAIMIE BRANCH (fly or die, high life) and JASON NAZARY (little women, helado negro, bear in heaven). Branch and Nazary have been playing together as trumpeter and drummer for years, since meeting at the New England Conservatory of Music in 2002, but in this duo both musicians include synthesizers to push further into the spectral space ship ether. With deep rhythmic passages, telepathic improvisations and effortless melodic negotiations, Anteloper pushes forward, swinging it's horns all the while.
Friday, April 27th • 7PM-11PM • $7 • All Ages
TIX: at door
Hymen Moments • Squared Off • Without Light • Blue Ribbon Glee Club
Friday, April 27th • 7PM-11PM • $7 at door • All Ages with Guardian
Punk Rock roars back into the Co-Prosperity Sphere April 27 with a super-secret powerhouse lineup. This special show, brought to you by the jagoffs who present Punk Rock and Donuts, will be a spring ripper, with the bands playing through the famous Lumptronic Sound System. It’s live, it’s Punk, and it’s April 27th, only at CPS. This noisy little show benefits Lumpen Radio.
Sunday, April 22nd • 11AM-6PM • FREE
Sunday, April 22nd • 11AM-6PM • FREE • All Ages
The Lumpen Record Swap is back Sunday April 22nd! Vendors and vinyl enthusiasts from across Chicagoland will converge on the Co-Prosperity Sphere for this semi-annual swapathon. Lumpen Radio DJs will provide the soundtrack; all you have to do is bring a bad yet healthy vinyl obsession. It’s the Spring Lumpen Record Swap, April 22nd only at CPS! It helps support the programs on Lumpen Radio.
To secure your vendor spot, email email@example.com
Co-Pro Photo Show
Friday, April 20th • 5PM-8PM • FREE
Co-Pro Photo Show
Friday, April 20th
5PM-8PM: Opening Reception • Free Admission
8PM-12AM: Fell Runner with Special Guests • $10 Admission
The Co-Prosperity Sphere (C-PS) presents the Co-Pro Photo Show!
This exhibition brings together over twenty photographers from throughout the Chicago area. This broad survey features the photography practice of students, teachers, professionals, and talented amateurs showcasing the width and breadth, the unlimited possibilities of art photography.
Be it design, social, portrait, documentation, all these individual talents give us their interpretation of the visual world and beyond.
Artists include, Ken Hirte, Chris Johnson, Frank Jackowiak, Ed Lines Jr., Pete Rodriguez, Robin Monique Rios, Erin Anthony with Zor, Zor, Zor, Algimatys Kezys, David Hauptschein, Michael Hernandez de la Luna, Daniel Guidera, Oscar Arriola, Osvaldo Froilan Cuevas, and more!
On view through Saturday 4.28
Gallery Hours by appointment firstname.lastname@example.org
BRIDGEPORT’S OVER: A TWO DAY FESTIVAL OF MUSIC & ART
Friday, April 13th through Saturday, April 14th • 7PM-12AM • $10/day or $15/weekend
FRIDAY 4.13 - SATURDAY 4.14 • $10/day, $15/weekend • 7PM-12AM • All Ages with Parent
We all know Bridgeport’s Over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy this special two-day spring festival right here at the Co-Prosperity Sphere.
Bridgeport’s Over, a special, ticketed two-day spring music festival that benefits Lumpen Radio. On April 13 and 14, enjoy great music from the likes of Dogs At Large, Color Card, Cass Kwik and many, many more. Be entertained by some of the area’s best local artists. And meet your neighbors.
Hey, Bridgeport may be over, but we’re not going anywhere. Have you considered McKinley Park?
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Friday, April 13
Saturday, April 14
The Killer Drones (https://killerdrones.bandcamp.com/)
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Other artists include:
Eli A. Coretti
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Princess Pierogies by Jo Hanna
Nibble by Kimberly Buckmaster
Eddie's Magic World
Power-electronics legends HUJO bring their uncompromising sound to Co-Prosperity Sphere on March 31st. This appearance will be HUJO’s only Chicago show, and your only chance to see them in advance of their new album.
HUJO, with special guests, Grassy Dune, Jeremiah Chiu, and Domestik is March 31st at Co-Prosperity Sphere. This event benefits Lumpen Radio.
FREE with RSVP • $5 at the door
18+ • Saturday, March 31st
Jeremiah Chiu: https://soundcloud.com/jeremiahchiu
+ Hosted by Lumpen Radio & Co-Prosperity Sphere
$7 + 8pm doors + 18 and up
NightStop + https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCDgQOMtwz0
A night focused on Chicago House music, past, present, and future.
The 1st installment of the Jackin' Zone will feature a 120-minute live performance from Jamal Moss AKA Hieroglyphic Being.
(SOUL JAZZ RECORDS / MATHEMATICS RECORDINGS / NINJA TUNE )
$12 in advance, $15 at the door
18+ • 7PM-11PM
THIS IS BATE BOLA
Chicago premiere party
w/ live sets by BEN LAMAR GAY & AFRICANS WITH MAINFRAMES
tickets $10 advance // $12 at door
"THIS IS BATE BOLA" is a new short film by BEIJA FILMS (aka Brazil & London based filmmakers Ben Holman & Neirin Jones), the team behind "The Good Fight," a 2017 Tribeca Film Fest award winner for Best Short Documentary. As with The Good Fight, the setting for This Is Bate Bola is the underrepresented, oftentimes marginalized outskirts of Rio de Janeiro. This breathtaking new suite of moving pictures is a first time document of “Bate Bola” – an explosively colorful Carnival tradition not known to many people outside of its community, even throughout Brazil, where media coverage often misrepresents it as a purely violent and frightening phenomenon as opposed to the joyfully expressive celebration that it is.
The Chicago premiere party for This Is Bate Bola takes place at Co-Prosperity Sphere on March 23rd. Along with a screening of the 15 minute film and an exhibition of photographs taken by director Neirin Jones (an insight into the last decade of Rio’s Bate Bola culture, bringing us right up to this years Carnival celebration), there will be a live set by Soul Jazz Records-signed, Chicago-based analog hardware / acid house artist AFRICANS WITH MAINFRAMES (through Chicago’s own legendary, gargantuan Royal Hands sound system), and...
...there will be a live music performance by Chicago's own BEN LAMAR GAY – who met Ben & Neirin of Beija Films when living in Rio de Janeiro in 2007, and has since produced film scores for both The Good Fight and This Is Bate Bola. For this performance Ben LaMar Gay will do interpretations of music he composed for "This Is Bate Bola" with singer Dill Costa, electronics/synth player Alex Inglizian, and drummer Carlos Pride.
To open the night, Royal Hands founder / Soul Summit honcho DAVE MATA will spin vinyl alongside DANIEL VILLARREAL-CARRILLO (of International Anthem artist Dos Santos).
Sounds Great on Paper, an exhibit of album covers that should have been – but never were – rolls into the Co-Prosperity Sphere for one night only.
Supported by live music from the Velcro Lewis Group, Radio Shaq and El Mejor, this one-night-only exhibit debuts on March 16th. Doors open at 7PM, music at 8. This Lumpen benefit, Sounds Great on Paper, is on March 16, and only at CPS.
18+ • $10 • 7PM-11PM
It's that special time of the year that make you want to puke because of Valentine's Day. We are choosing to throw our own Beer Prom in the style of the successful Boo Ha Ha series!
Adult prom where you can drink and party sounds like the perfect solution to say F*CK boring ass Valentine's Day.
We will have some of the usual suspects as well as new brewers ready to help you imbibe your winter blues away. Dressing up isn't mandatory, but it makes things always more fun!
Brewers list always updating! So far we have:
Goose Island Brewery
Marz Community Brewing
Soma Ale Works
Old Irving Brewery
18th street brewery
We also have Scott Marvel from teetsy.com screen printing again!
Purchase your discounted pre-sale tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/beer-prom-2018-tickets-41880256976
Full brewer list to be announced!
Sponsored by Lumpen Radio, Won Kim, & Co-Prosperity Sphere
Come celebrate SFSF's 1 Year Anniversary and release of our debut EP Calles Sangriento on CD. Also performing are legends ESKE, da bad kids of La Villita Jules&Beans and Wvrshp.
NorthWest side soft Rockers Dogs at Large take the Co-Prosperity Sphere’s stage Saturday January 26 to celebrate the release of their new tape “Overpass.” Joined by opening acts Sonny Falls, Gazebo Effect and Bandy, this will be a night of smooth sounds, soft focus, and probably lasers. Dogs At Large’s show benefits Lumpen Radio.
The annual Fantasy role playing art and gaming event is Saturday January 20th at Co-Prosperity Sphere. The fate of the realms hangs in the balance! Battle to save portbridge! Game demos, visual art, epic adventures, Level Eater is also a benefit for lumpen radio. schedule, information and tickets are all available at www.leveleater.com
From 2PM - 6PM Join us for:
• Open Table Gaming with an awesome game library provided by Cat & Mouse Games
• Demos! Learn and play games run by local creators and publishers.
• Get in on the Magic Tournament! Purchase a ticket to compete and showcase your Magic prowess. Admission gets you fresh packs of Magic cards and a chance at fabulous prizes. Sign up HERE
• There is space to play! Bring your own game to teach and share if ya want.
Then at 7PM we launch this years Level Eater D&D game. Join the festivities! See art works inspired by fantasy role playing, enjoy beverages and snacks, Teetsy will be doing live screen printing, watch as brave players battle to save Portsbridge or bring your own games and play with friends old and new at one of our open tables.
All ages• $10
International Anthem is proud to present, in their first Chicago performance since 2015, saxophonist Nick Mazzarella's original Trio with bassist Anton Hatwich & drummer Frank Rosaly. Taking place at our Southside Chicago HQ, Co-Prosperity Sphere, this performance also marks the 10 year anniversary of the Trio's formation, and will be opened by a solo set from cellist Katinka Kleijn, with DJ sets by Wayne Montana before/between.
International Anthem presents
NICK MAZZARELLA TRIO
reunion & 10th anniversary performance
w/ KATINKA KLEIJN solo
and DJ sets by WAYNE MONTANA
We all made it into another year, y'all. But we did it by doing new things, trying what's never been tried and making what's never been made. We crossed lines, y'all. Let's hear about it!
Telling stories about when lines got crossed this month are:
*Writer BRITT JULIOUS
*Actor and Artist MORGAN MCNAUGHT
Hosted by Andrew Marikis
These are all of the night's happenings:
6:30 PM - A FREE WORKSHOP with Story Club producers for anyone who has a story, an idea for a story, or just the jitters!
at 7:30 PM - Open Mic sign-up starts!
at 8:00 PM - Live Storytelling Show!
$5 tickets before the show, $10 tickets at the door; Cash Bar!
The Co-Prosperity Sphere is the glorious radio station/performance space/art gallery that houses our enthusiasm! Cozy up to the lovenest room in Chicago!