Current Season

The Adventures of Robin Hood

October 19 – November 24, 2018
A corrupt sheriff plagues the commoners of Nottingham. His skyrocketing taxes are preventing the needy from being able to feed themselves! Who will stand up to the injustices and bring hope back to the people? Follow Robin Hood and his Merry Men as they take you on a journey of action, danger, and of course, archery. This medieval legend with a modern twist places a cast of three at the center of the story, reimagining the tale with enthusiasm, tenacity, and vigor.

The Stranger and the Shadow
(a working title)

January 25 – February 16, 2019
An outsider enters a community that is guarded by a shadowy breathing barrier which feeds on the fear of its citizens. Rejected for her differences, she teams up with local misfits to bring to life a new creature powerful enough to fight the monstrous entity. The play uses human actors and life-size puppets to physicalize social forces, drawing inspiration from youth activists who seek to alter cultures of intolerance through empathy and inclusivity.

Fast Food Chain

April 26 – May 18, 2019
Fast Food Chain follows a brother and sister as they wrestle with the pressure of poverty and food insecurity in Chicago. They struggle to make it on their own until one day they discover a garden in the unlikeliest of places. It’s an adventure into the magical realism of African folktale, showcasing the power of community and storytelling in combating social issues.

Special Events

To help us create and tell heroic stories for youth, ASC and its Auxiliary Board  host a variety of events throughout the year, both on and off the stage.
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Participatory Arts

As a participatory arts company, ASC productions feature multiple options for audience engagement. First, each production is presented with Spanish supertitles. Additionally, we frame each performance with a Curtain Conversation, asking audiences to keep a question in mind as they watch the play and return to it after the show; our lobby transforms into an interactive installation (pictured above); and Learning Guides, including show context and arts-integrated activities, are available for teachers and parents.

Audience Services

Youth (14 or younger): $12
Adults: $17
Groups (10 or more): $10 per ticket

Memberships for Season 15: Hunger available later in the Summer.

Tickets can be purchased online, in person, or by calling 773-342-4141.
All tickets subject to credit card fees. All ticket prices and fees subject to change.