BoHo Theatre is excited to announce a one-night only cabaret benefit on Tuesday, July 25, at Stage 773. This night of songs and stories will explore the idea of “The Odyssey Years,” that period in life between leaving home or school and settling down into a permanent life, a time when young people are experimenting and searching for the person who they will eventually become.
THE ODYSSEY YEARS cabaret is directed by BoHo Theatre Artistic Associate Stephen Schellhardt. Schellhardt most recently directed Urinetown, the opening production of BoHo’s 2017 season, which was nominated for eight Joseph Jefferson awards and awarded two. The event will feature a strong line-up of familiar faces from past BoHo productions, each performing a piece about their own journey of discovery. Funds raised from the event will fund BoHo’s search for a new 70-seat theatre space to call its own.
THE ODYSSEY YEARS: A Cabaret to Benefit BoHo Theatre
Directed by Stephen Schellhardt
Music direction by Kevin Reeks
Cast includes Ciera Dawn, Scott Danielson, Gilbert Domally, Emily Goldberg, Courtney Jones, Molly Kral, Eleanor Katz, Garrett Lutz, Sara Reinecke, Danni Smith, Colette Todd, and Travis Austin Wright
Tuesday, July 25, 2017
Doors open at 7:30pm, performance begins at 8pm
Appetizers provided, cash bar available
Performing at Stage 773, 1225 W Belmont Ave, Chicago
Tickets on sale Tuesday, July 11th, online at www.BoHoTheatre.com, online or in person at the Stage 773 box office, or by phone at (773) 327-5252.
Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door.
BoHo Theatre’s mission is to create bold theatre that challenges convention through innovative storytelling and unites artist and audience in the examination of Truth, Beauty, Freedom and Love through the lens of human relationships. Its vision is to create a shared community of artists and patrons in which all members are moved through art to make thoughtful, well-examined, caring relationships the highest priority in their lives.
BoHo’s 2017 season features URINETOWN by Mark Hollmann and Greg Kotis at Stage 773, THREE DAYS OF RAIN by Richard Greenberg at the Heartland Studio, and MARIE CHRISTINE by Michael John LaChiusa at Theater Wit.
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