Congo Square Theatre is Back

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Congo Square Theatre

Missing the theater? After two long years, the Congo Square Theatre makes its long awaited return to live performances!

On Thursday, March 31, the Congo Square Theatre’s performance of What to Send Up When It Goes Down at the GRAY! More than just a performance, this play by Alesha B. Harris was designed to help Black communities heal from the onslaught of racialized violence. This 90-minute play also seeks to allow the Chicago community to celebrate the many lives lost by the injustice of white supremacy.

In order to reach the communities most impacted by this racialized violence, What to Send Up When It Goes Down will be performed at two locations — the West and the South side. This play was created for a Black audience and was intended to create a safe space for them, but all are welcome.    

The play is open from March 31 through April 16 at the GRAY Chicago before moving to the Stony Island Arts Bank on April 21 through May 1. 

This piece is powerful and necessary. Tickets are $35 each, so get your tickets today!

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