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An Important Update

On November 15th, the Vittum Theater, Adventure Stage’s home for the past 16 years, flooded. If you have any questions about tickets or productions, you can call the box office at 773 342-4141. If you need to get in touch with a staff member, a staff directory is located on the Company page or contact info@adventurestage.org. 

You can learn more about the flooding and our efforts to rebuild on the Northwestern Settlement Facebook Fundraiser page.


Announcing ASC’s  

Season of Shelter


News & Events

Register for Winter Funder-Land!

Join the Adventure Stage Chicago Auxiliary Board for our 6th Annual Winter Funder-Land on January 16th, 6pm at Jerry’s Sandwhiches in Lincoln Square! Come for a night of games, food, and fun in support of the ASC Trailblazers. Teams of 4 will face off at 5 stations, competing for ultimate bragging rights and fab prizes. The night will kick off with the hit word-game Salad Bowl before testing everyone’s useless trivia knowledge. Early bird pricing is available now through Dec. 15th. Purchase tickets for a team of 4 ($80) or as an individual ($25) to network on a new team. Tickets cover entry only as a percentage of food and drink purchased will benefit ASC. Make sure to bring your a-game for a night of good-natured competition for a good cause!


Día de los Muertos Celebration!

Saturday, November 2nd ASC and the Northwestern Settlement will be hosting a Día de los Muertos Celebration! The celebrations will begin at 10 am with food and family friendly activities in Burnside Hall at the Northwestern Settlement. Attendees can also partake in a special raffle run by the Settlement. Directly after, at 11:30 am, there will be a free performance of La Ofrenda written by José Casas and directed by Ana Velazquez. Tickets for ASC’s Día de los Muertos Celebration are limited to 100 on November 2nd and must be reserved online. While tickets are free, patrons are subject to $3.50 fee per ticket. We hope to see you there!


Trailblazers’ Summer Performances

The Trailblazers Summer Theater Camp ends their eight-week program with an original play written and produced by campers. Throughout the summer, the Trailblazers ensemble has worked in a unique mentoring program that places young people (9-16) with mentors who are professional theater artists. Directed by Monet Felton and Jasmine Jordan, youth explore this year’s theme of hunger and how it affects their communities. Join us for two free performances on Friday, August 16th, as our youth share their stories.


Field Trips Available

Adventure Stage Chicago delivers a high-quality theater experience while integrating artistic practice and expression into the fabric of your classroom. Leave your stress behind at school because our team has you covered! 

Field trips for the 2019-2020 school year are already starting to book up. Make sure you get your class into the adventure of a lifetime, bring them to a show at ASC.


Neighborhood Bridges Culminating Event

our 2019 Spring Culminating Event for Neighborhood Bridges was all about Hunger. We saw some amazing performances from our students and learned so much about the different ways that hunger affects our community. Excellent job all around!

“It’s like you have fun while you learn new stuff. Also, I think me having fun helped me learn more.” Learn how to bring Neighborhood Bridges to your classroom!


Announcing ASC’s Season of Shelter Show Titles!

ASC is extremely proud and excited to announce the titles for our upcoming season dedicated to the theme of Shelter. We begin our exploration of Shelter in the fall with José Casas’ coming-of-age tale, La Ofrenda (October 23 – November 22). Then, in the spring, Shelter is brought from the page onto the stage with Ghost by Idris Goodwin, adapted from the award winning novel by Jason Reynolds (April 15 – May 14).


“This was an AMAZING experience.

It was so wonderful for students to be exposed to the theater and to take them out of their realities to open their minds and hearts.”

– Ms. Riedle
Andersen Elementary, 8th Grade

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