Weekly Update from Your Alderman – March 24, 2017

Weekly Update from Your Alderman: More good news from Senn High School, Arts events this weekend, and more!
March 24, 2017

Dear Neighbor:

Last week we shared a video highlighting Senn High School and my ongoing partnership with the school. This week, Senn Principal Mary Beck saw her Freshman enrollment numbers for the upcoming 2017-2018 school year. Senn will welcome 248 freshmen, up from this year’s number of 215. This marks the fifth year in a row that Senn has seen an increase in the number of incoming freshmen. I am proud of the strides the school is making, and the consistency of high performance of the IB and Arts programs.

Individually, Senn students continue to excel and bring prestige to the school: Last weekend, Ireon Roach won the individual title for the second year in a row at Louder Than A Bomb; the Senn indoor girls track team took third in their meet at University of Chicago on Saturday—Amya Quillin placed first in girls shot-put while Tia Jimjimo and Edgar Perez each placed third in girls and boys 800m, respectively; SennArts students Alex Brinkman and Maeve Hastings received Division I Superior Ratings at the CPS Solo Festival. These achievements speak to the leadership and dedication of Senn staff and students.

In the coming weeks, you’ll start to notice posters like the one above in the windows of local businesses highlighting “Senn-sational” students and demonstrating support for Senn High School. Senn is working closely with my office and the Edgewater Chamber of Commerce to connect businesses to the school. Please consider supporting Friends of Senn’s annual fundraising appeal with a donation, click here for more information or to donate.

Jackalope Theatre is a great community partner and arts supporter of SennArts Theatre department. I encourage you to see their current production, The Snare, running through April 1 at their theatre in the Broadway Armory. Jackalope also supports The Yard, a theatre company that came out of the SennArts Theatre department producing work relevant to young people, performed by young people. The Yard’s upcoming production of Blood at the Root opens Wednesday, April 12, at The Frontier, a storefront theatre managed by Jackalope, at 1106 W. Thorndale.

My office will host a Teen Job Drive at the Edgewater Library, 6000 N. Broadway, on Monday, April 24, 3:30pm. Please encourage teens and young adults in your life to apply for a summer job through One Summer Chicago or After School Matters. I will provide more details about the job drive in future newsletters.

One of the great assets of our community is the strong presence and participation of talented artists. This weekend, there are two opportunities to support local artists. Tonight, please join me in welcoming one of my favorite local artists, Chuck Meyers, to Scout in Andersonville. Chuck paints beautiful works showcasing the alleys of our community. There is an opening reception tonight at Scout, 5221 N. Clark St., from 6 – 9pm. Tomorrow the Edgewater Beach Apartments, 5555 N. Broadway, is hosting their second annual art fair from 10:30am – 3:30pm in the soda fountain (former location of Anna Held Florist). Please come out and support the arts in our community.

Have a great weekend, and enjoy the warm temperatures!

Harry Osterman
Alderman, 48th Ward

Ward Services

2017 Street Sweeping Schedule
The 2017 Street Sweeping Schedule is now available. Click here to view the schedule. Please contact our office with questions or concerns.

Report Potholes
Our office works hard to stay on top of reporting potholes in the ward. If you notice any new potholes in the street or alleys since this week’s snow, please call our office with the address at 773-784-5277.

2nd Annual Edgewater Beach Apartments Art Fair
The Edgewater Beach Apartments will be hosting its Second Annual Art Fair this Saturday, March 25, from 10:30 am to 3:30 pm at 5555 N Sheridan in the former Anna Held Storefront (corner of Bryn Mawr and Sheridan). The public is invited and admission is free. Painting, photography, and jewelry will be featured. A portion of the sales will be donated to Care for Real. Care for Real will also accept any additional donations you wish to give.

Learn More, Live More Fundraiser
Learn More, Live More is an Edgewater organization that aims to promote personal growth through the power of learning new skills.
On Friday April 14 6:30pm – 9:30pm, Learn More, Live More will be hosting a fundraiser at the Fine Arts Building, located downtown, 410 S Michigan Ave in the 2nd Floor gallery. The fundraiser will be benefiting the organization’s 8-week senior-youth pairing program, where they pair seniors with a young person to learn new skills in a intergenerational way at no cost to them. This event will also support local female artists, as Learn More, Live More helps to promote their talents.
If you would like to learn more about Learn More, Live More, click here.
Click here to view a flyer for the event or click here to buy tickets.

Hate Has No Home Here Signs
Local families launched a “Hate Has No Home Here” campaign and have been distributing signs throughout the city. Signs are available at the 48th Ward office, 5533 N. Broadway. If you know a group or individual who would like a yard or window sign, check out our local GoFundMe Page for pick-up locations, to make a small donation, or to order a sign.

Parkway Beautification Grants Available
Edgewater Environmental Sustainability Project will provide a limited number of $100 Grants for material expenditures for pre-approved Edgewater parkway and circles. Thanks to generous donations and support of the Overhead Project; Sen. Heather Steans; and Rep. Kelly Cassidy the program will continue through 2017.

Landscaping and consulting services will be provided at no charge to grant recipients by Kim Kaulus, Inc.
Deadline for grant application is June 1, 2017.
Apply here: https://goo.gl/iwDGBY

McCutcheon Elementary School Fundraiser
The Edgewater Uptown Builders Association is hosting a fundraiser for McCutcheon Elementary School to support after school programming. The group is looking for sponsors to help meet their fundraising goal of $30,000 to provide high quality after school programming that will include activities such as music four days a week, and a full athletic program including basketball, soccer, and track. Click here for information about sponsoring the event.

McCutcheon Elementary Fundraiser
Thursday, April 20, 5:30 – 8:30pm
Flats Studio, 1140 W. Wilson Ave.
RSVP at edgewater.gesture.com

Anti-Cruelty Society Spay/Neuter Clinic
The Anti-Cruelty Society, Chicago’s oldest and most comprehensive humane society, is running a special spay/neuter promotion from now until the 1st of May called “The Great Fix.” Come by Alderman Osterman’s office to pick up a voucher for a free spay or neuter surgery for your pit bull or pit bull mix. Each voucher also covers the full cost of vaccinations. This is a limited time promotion – so hurry in soon! The Anti-Cruelty Society’s spay/neuter clinic is located in Chicago’s River North neighborhood at 169 W. Grand Avenue. Free parking is available on-site. Click here for more information.

Tour of Historic Colvin House
Pleasant Home Foundation of Oak Park is hosting a tour of the historic Colvin House, 5940 N. Sheridan, designed by George W. Maher. The program will continue on a walk down Sheridan Road, for a visit to the Sheridan Road Mansions. The tour of the Colvin House will be led by Angela Valavanis, Owner of Creative Coworking, while the Sheridan Road Mansions tour will be guided by Kathleen Cummings. The tours will be taking place on Sunday, April 9, 2 – 4pm.
To prepare for the tour, Ms. Kathleen Cummings and Mr. Christopher Payne will be presenting their lecture “Making a First-Class Suburb: The Story of Silsbee and Maher in Edgewater.” They will provide context for the upcoming tours and a history of the Edgewater neighborhood architecture. The lecture begin at 7pm on Tuesday, April 5 at the Pleasant Home, 217 Home Ave, Oak Park.

Public Safety Update

2017 CAPS Meetings Schedules – 20th District
Please join your neighbors in the new year to collaborate on improving community public safety issues and new initiatives. To learn more about CAPS (Chicago Alternative Policing Strategy), click here.
There will be a CAPS meeting on Tuesday, April 25 at 7pm. This will be the first meeting held at the newly identified alternate site at Engine 70 Fire House, 6030 N. Clark. The guest speaker will be Berenice Martinez, an Illinois Attorney General Office Community Outreach Liaison. She will be discussing consumer fraud in general and caveats in more detail.

Click here to see schedule for 20th District CAPS meetings
Click here to identify your CAPS beat
Beat 2433 meetings are held at 7 p.m. the fourth Tuesday of every month in the Edgewater Library, 6000 N. Broadway. Click here to download a schedule.
There will be a Beat 2433 meeting this Tuesday, March 28 at 7pm at the Edgewater Library, 6000 N. Broadway. Chicago Police Officers from the 24th District will be conducting this meeting.

Egg Hunt and Bake Sale
The 20th District will be hosting an Egg Hunt and Bake Sale Saturday, April 15, 10am – 12pm. Easter bags will be provided for the Egg Hunt. Please do not bring baskets or outside bags. The Bake Sale will be held in the lobby of the 20th District, 5400 N. Lincoln, and the proceeds will benefit youth activities.

Keepin It Real Program
The 20th District will be hosting a “Keepin It Real” program on burglaries. You will hear stories from real burglars and receive tips on how to avoid being burglarized. The program will be Tuesday, April 25, from 7:00pm – 8:00pm. The presentation will take place at the 20th District Police Station, 5400 N. Lincoln. Click here for more information.

Building Safer Communities
Kimberly M. Foxx, in partnership with Swedish Covenant Hospital, and the 19th and 20th Police Districts of the Chicago Police Department will be presenting “Building Safer Communities.” The presentation will be hosted at Swedish Covenant Hospital’s Anderson Pavilion, located at 2751 W. Winona, on Thursday, April 27, beginning at 6:30pm. Click here for more information.

Andersonville Honors
Get your tickets to celebrate the best of Andersonville!! Come discover who the winners of last week’s voting are on Wednesday, April 5 6:30 – 9pm. The event will be hosted by pH Comedy Theater at Mary’s Attic, 5400 N. Clark. Tickets are $25 and include food from Hamburger Mary’s, one drink ticket per guest, and an opportunity to pick the “Audience Choice Award,” a $250 cash prize sponsored by Bridgeview Bank, awarded to one of the business finalists.
Click here to buy your tickets to the event.

Celebrate Earth Month with Salon Echo
Salon Echo will be celebrating April, Earth Month, with a challenge from the beauty care company Aveda: raise a minimum of $2,000 for The Alliance for the Great Lakes. Salon Echo has been donating to The Alliance for the Great Lakes since 2005 and has donated over $5,000. The campaign is meant to spread awareness that clean water is not to be taken for granted and demonstrate the importance of protecting and restoring the world’s largest surface source for fresh water.
From March 15th – April 31, Salon Echo will raffle off a “An Evening in Edgewater,” valued at $300. The prize includes theater tickets and dinner for two, as well as a haircut for the two. Raffle tickets are available for $10 each or $20 for 3 tickets.
Click here to learn more about The Alliance for the Great Lakes, and click here to learn more about Salon Echo.

Northside Chicago AYSO Soccer League

One More Free Drop-In Anytime Soccer Clinic for Kids, ages 3 – 18
Saturday, April 1 from 12:00 – 2:00 pm at St. Gertrude Gym, 1401 W. Granville
Bring water and shin guards (will have some to purchase if needed). On day of, parents will sign a waiver. The clinics are not drop-off. For children’s safety, parents are required to remain onsite.

Play AYSO Soccer! Have Fun!
Soccer teams for girls and boys, ages 4-18. Spring season from April 23 – June 11 – games on Sunday afternoons at Rogers Park (Rockwell & Jarlath)
Playground Program (parent child classes) for kids ages 3 – 5
Fee for Soccer teams or Playground Program: $100 for Spring 2017 season (includes uniform)
Register online at https://www.eayso.org and select Region 1206. Scholarships available for those in need. Learn more at http://www.rpayso.org/register.php or email registrar@rpayso.org

Senior Updates

Edgewater Village Community Needs Assessment

Edgewater Village is a grassroots, volunteer organization based in the Edgewater Satellite Senior Center at the Broadway Armory, 5917 N. Broadway, that will serve as a free resource to connect older adults with neighborhood services, social and cultural events and volunteer opportunities to help them age in community. We’re conducting a community assessment needs survey to determine what older adults want from the community and how Edgewater Village can help. Please click here to take the survey.

For more information about Edgewater Village, click here.

Edgewater Satellite Senior Center
The Edgewater Satellite Senior Center is located at the Broadway Armory, 5917 N. Broadway.
Click here for the March schedule of events at the Edgewater Satellite Senior Center.
Click here for the 2017 full year schedule of events at the Edgewater Satellite Senior Center.

Oak Street Health Events
Oak Street Health, 1541 W. Devon, offers a full calendar of community events for seniors. A few highlights for March:
– Internet Basics on Fridays at 10 AM
– Beginner’s Spanish on Mondays at 10 AM
– Simply Strong on Tuesdays at 10 AM
Click here to view the complete calendar.

Senior Enrichment Seminars
Please join the Circuit Court of Cook County Elder Justice Center (CCEJC) for the following senior enrichment seminar to be held from 12:00 noon to 1:30 p.m. at the Richard J. Daley Center, 50 West Washington Street, Courtroom 2005, Chicago, Illinois, on the date indicated below:
“Aging at Home:  Safety and Support Systems”

Thursday, April 6

The topics to be discussed will include:

  • Home fire safety tips
  • Law-enforcement services
  • Tips on how to declutter your home

Seminar Speakers:

  • Officer Susan M. Doody, Chicago Police Department – 8th District,

Community Policing Senior Citizen Officer

  • Minnie Tenort, Chicago Fire Department, Public Safety Officer
  • Coralyn Hudik, Chicago Police Department, Senior Services Officer (Ret.)

Senior Sewer Rebate
News for Seniors living in Homeowner Associations​
Did you know that seniors aged 65 or over, ​who live in their own condominium, townhouse or ​co-op unit are entitled to receive ​a $50 rebate for their share of the associations’ sewer costs?
​Many seniors have applied for this over the years, and received a letter (click here to see an example) from the City of Chicago asking for a signature to re-confirm residency.  If you’ve applied in the past and haven’t yet received the letter, please give the US postal system some time to catch up, but you should receive this letter in the next week or two.
If you haven’t received the rebate before, you’ll need to file an application form.  Please click here for instructions and the correct form to use.​  You’ll need to submit an application form along with copies of 3 documents: 1) water bill from the homeowner’s association, 2nd installment Property Tax bill (2015), and drivers license/state ID.​
Send any questions to Jerry Goodman, jerry@48thward.org773-784-5277.  Letters or forms with required attachments are due in the Alderman’s office by July 1, 2017.

Chicagoland Methodist Senior Services offers regular computer classes for seniors. Click here for a calendar and more information.

School & Youth News

Senn High School Fundraising
Friends of Senn’s annual fundraising appeal is underway. Last year’s campaign raised money to install cafeteria TVs to support the digital journalism program and to purchase new uniforms for the Senn Bulldogs football team. Click here for more information and to donate.

Future Leaders in Planning Summer Program
Future Leaders in Planning (FLIP), CMAP’s youth leadership program, is now accepting applications for the summer 2017 program.  High school students with an interest in urban planning, civic engagement, and learning how to make their communities better are encouraged to apply.  Application materials are due May 15 for the July program.

Open House at Swift School
Tuesday, March 28, 8:30 – 9:30 am

Swift Elementary School, 5900 N. Winthrop, is a Level 1+ CPS elementary school with a fine arts magnet cluster program. We are a proud Edgewater neighborhood school. Our administration, teachers, and parent community celebrate our school’s incredible diversity, with over 50 countries and 65 home languages represented. Prospective Swift families are invited to meet Principal Cannella and tour the school with Swift parents. Kids are welcome, and coffee will be served. Come see what our school has to offer! RSVP requested: swift.bulldogs.parents@gmail.com.

NCA Now Accepting 2017-18 Applications
Be a part of something greater at Northside Catholic Academy. A 2013 Blue Ribbon School, NCA offers half-day and full-day preschool, and a top-ranked K-8 academic program. NCA’s challenging and diversified curriculum includes music, art, foreign language, computer science, and physical education. Yet, what’s even greater is how NCA inspires its students to grow in character, intellect and spirit. Learn more about NCA at an Admissions Tour, 9:00-10:00am on March 30. Call 773-743-6277 for more information or apply online.

Northside Catholic Academy Hosts Spring Parent-Tot Play Date April 1
Northside Catholic Academy is hosting a Spring Parent-Tot Play Date on Saturday, April 1, from 10am-12pm. Parents and children ages 1 1/2-4 are invited to a morning of preschool fun! The Spring Play Date will include a springtime craft, a story and playtime. It’s the perfect opportunity to meet other families with young children and to learn more about NCA’s Preschool Program. The Spring Play Date will be held at NCA’s Primary School Campus, located at 6216 N. Glenwood Ave. Space is limited. Please RSVP by Wednesday, March 29, to Melissa Soberanes at 773-743-6277 ext. 207 or msoberanes@ncaweb.org. This is not a drop off event. All children must be accompanied by a parent. This is a free event.

Northside Catholic Academy Soiree Online Auction Now Open
This year, NCA’s popular Soiree online auction is back and better than ever! The online auction closes April 2, at 9pm. Don’t miss the chance to bid on more than 200 spectacular prizes like tickets to sporting events, theater and other entertainment packages, restaurant gift certificates, hotel getaways, and more. Information and tickets are available online at www.ncasoiree.com. The annual Soiree gala is NCA’s largest fundraiser, including an online and silent auction, raffle tickets, and the live event on April 22. Funds raised by the NCA Soiree support the Guardian Angel Scholarship Fund, as well as technology and arts programs.

New Infant-Toddler Center at South-East Asia Center

  • Welcomes 6-week to 2-year olds
  • DCFS licensed.  Qualified teaching staff.
  • Nice classrooms full of required educational toys.
  • Monday to Friday, 7 AM to 6 PM
  • Breakfast, lunch and snacks
  • Free full-day parking space for parents who go to work
  • Childcare fee assistance
  • Convenient location and CTA accessible

Enrolling Now!!  Please contact South-East Asia Center, 1134 W. Ainslie Street, 773-989-7433

What’s Happening at the Libraries
The Edgewater Public Library, 6000 N. Broadway, and the Bezazian Public Library, 1226 W. Ainslie St., offer a wide variety of programs and events each month. 
Click here for a listing of Edgewater Library events
Click here for a listing of Bezazian Library events

Input Wanted About Your Public Library Needs
The Chicago Coalition of Library Friends wants your input about how the Chicago Public Libraries could better serve the community and your needs. (Friends of the Edgewater Library is a member of this coalition.) Click here to take the survey.

Writing Workshop: Author Marjorie Skelly
Please join us for our first meeting of the Edgewater Branch Writing Workshop! Local Edgewater author Marjorie Skelly will be in attendance to read from her book The Unpublished Poet:  On Not Giving Up On Your Dream and she will also discuss tips and tricks for aspiring authors. Copies of her book will be available for $15 each. The workshop will take place Tuesday, March 28, 6:30pm – 7:30pm at the Edgewater Public Library, 6000 N. Broadway. Future meetings will be held the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. Teens and older.

Care for Real News
Join us Saturday, April 29, 5:00pm-8:00pm, at Care for Real’s 2nd Annual Fundraiser, A TALE TO REMEMBER, supporting our beloved Pet Pantry.  Early Bird tickets (available thru April 15) can be purchased here.
WGN news reporter and anchor, Sean Lewis, will be returning as our Host and Noodles The Wonder Dog will be performing.  We will also have awesome Silent and Live auction prizes available and food and drink.  See you there!

Tutors Wanted at South-East Asia Center
The South-East Asia Center is looking for volunteer tutors to help people learn English. If you are interested, please contact Chris Tran at (773)-932-1141 or seatesl@yahoo.com or stop by the South-East Asia Center, 5120 N. Broadway.

AREAA Housing Expo
AREAA of Greater Chicago will be hosting a housing exposition on Saturday, March 25, 9:00am – 2:00pm. They will be discussing the dos and don’ts of marketing your own home and the ins and outs of the house buying process. The exposition will be held at UIC Student Center East, 750 S. Halsted, on the 3rd Floor in Illinois Room A. Admission is free, but pre-registration is required. Click here to learn more and register for the event.

Sustainability Tip of the Week
  • Schedule a regular check of your tires – both the tire pressure and tread depth. Use a gauge to check that the tire pressure agrees with the label on the door, not the maximum pressure shown on the tires’ sidewalls. Uneven wear indicates a need for wheel alignment. Check the tires for bulges and bald spots.
  • Look carefully to see if the wear bars are showing at right angles to the treads. Evenly spaced around the tires, wear bars appear when tread depth is less than 2/32 inch. An easy check is to insert a nickel between the treads.  If the head on the nickel is fully visible, it is time to replace the tire.
These actions will protect you and your family, reduce the amount of gas used and less gas equals fewer emissions and cleaner air.
Sustainability Tips brought to you by Edgewater Environmental Sustainability Project

“Like” the 48th Ward Community Page on Facebook
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Ward Office Info

Ward Office
5533 N. Broadway
Chicago, IL 60640
T: 773-784-5277
F: 773-784-6630
Office hours: Monday-Friday 9 am-5 pm;
Evening hours available by appointment

City Hall Office
121 N. LaSalle Room 300
Chicago, IL 60602
T: 312-744-6860

Upcoming Events
** Save the date: 48th Ward Clean and Green**
Saturday, April 22
Clean and Green projects will be located throughout the ward. More information to come in our weekly newsletter.

Flute Fantasy – Concert at Unity
Saturday, March 25
Unity Lutheran Church, 1212 W. Balmoral
Concert featuring music both old and new. Suggested donation $10.
Click here for more information

Open House: New Andersonville Vacation Rental
Saturday and Sunday, March 25 and 26
1 – 4pm
1465 W. Balmoral Ave. #2
Click here for more information

Writing Workshop: Author Majorie Skelly
Tuesday, March 28
6:30pm – 7:30pm
Edgewater Branch, Chicago Public Library
6000 N. Broadway
Please join us for our first meeting of the Edgewater Branch Writing Workshop!  Local Edgewater author Marjorie Skelly will be in attendance to read from her book The Unpublished Poet: On Not Giving Up On Your Dream and she will also discuss tips and tricks for aspiring authors. Copies of her book will be available for $15 each. Future meetings will be held the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. Teens and older.

Andersonville Honors
Wednesday, April 5
6:30 – 9:00 pm
Mary’s Attic, 5400 N. Clark
Click here for more information and tickets

Pan-African Association’s Fashion Without Boarders
Thursday, April 20
6 pm – 9 pm
The Ivy Room, 12 E Ohio
Come support the Pan-African Association in their second annual Fashion Without Boarders gala. Enjoy drinks, food, and socializing all while bidding on the silent auction, followed by a runway fashion show. PAA clients will model clothing designed by participating designers, as well as their traditional clothing.

Art & Wine Fundraiser
Thursday, April 20
7-9 pm
Aartwerk Studio, 1141 W. Granville

Paint an Aartwerk Studio Interpretation of Gustav’s Garden in Pink. A portion of the night’s proceeds will benefit the Chicago Parks Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit organization that supports the work of the Chicago Park District. Guests are welcome to bring wine or beer, though a portion will be provided.
Click here to register.

Money Smart Week Educational Seminar
Tuesday, April 25
1:00 pm
Chicago Sulzer Regional Library, 4455 N. Lincoln Ave
Terri Brady of First Midwest Bank will be leading a seminar about Reverse Mortgages and all you need to know about them in honor of Money Smart Week. Money Smart Week is a public awareness campaign sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago during which free financial education seminars are presented to consumers.

A Song for Peace
Saturday, April 29
Unity Lutheran Church, 1212 W. Balmoral
Join the Edgewater Singers as they sing songs of peace, ranging from The Beatles to Beethoven.
Click here for more information

Save the Date: Friends of Edgewater Library Used Book Sale
Saturday, April 29
9:30 am – 3:00 pm
Edgewater Library, 6000 N. Broadway

Proceeds from the book sale support library programs, purchase new materials and enhance the facility. The community is encouraged to donate gently used books for the sale. Please pack your donations in a box or place them in a shopping bag and deliver them to the library when it is open. There is a donation bin near the front desk. Click here to view a list of items to donate.

Arts & Culture

See the full calendar of arts events by clicking here.

Death of a Salesman
By Redtwist Theatre
Performances Feb. 4 – March 26
Redtwist Theatre
1044 W. Bryn Mawr
Click here for more information

The Snare
By Jackalope Theatre Co.
Performances Feb. 22 – April 1
Broadway Armory
5917 N. Broadway
Click here for more information

That’s Weird, Grandma
By Barrel of Monkeys
Performances Mar. 5 – 27
Neo-Futurist Theater
5153 N. Ashland
Click here for more information.

Cc Exhibit
Reception and Open House March 11 1 – 3pm
Exhibit Open March 11 – May 21
Chicago Industrial Arts & Design Center
6433 N Ravenswood

Penelope Pennyworth: Girl Detective and the Case of Mr. Nobody
By Li’l Buds Theater
Performances March 11 – April 9
The Edge Theater
5451 N. Broadway
Click here for more information.

By Sarah Sander
Performances March 13 – April 29
Raven Theater
6157 N. Clark
Click here for more information

The Scullery Maid
By Idle Muse Theatre Company
Performances March 16 – April 9
The Edge Theater
5451 N. Broadway
Click here for more information

The Kid Thing
By Nothing Without a Company
Performances March 16 – April 15
North Mansion of Berger Park Cultural Center
6205 N. Sheridan Rd.
Click here for more information.

Invisible Now
By Kevin Crispin
Performances March 17 – April 1
Jackalope Theatre’s The Frontier
1106 W. Thorndale
100% of ticket sales to benefit Cathedral Counseling Center
Click here for more information.

Raiders Lark
By St. Gertrude Community Players
Performances March 24 and 25 8pm
St. Gertrude’s Social Hall
1401 W Granville
Click here for more information.

Positively Present: An Uplifting Cabaret
By Brown Paper Box Co.
Performances April 7 – April 8 7:30pm
Mary’s Attic
5400 N. Clark
Click here for more information.

By Steep Theatre Company
Performances April 20 – May 27
Steep Theatre
1115 W. Berwyn
Click here for more information.

Lady X- A Musical
By Hell in a Handbag
Performances April 21 – June 11
Mary’s Attic
5400 N Clark St
Click here for more information.

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