The program consists of bi-weekly review workshops, mentor lectures and guest speakers from different areas of the local arts community. The Key students also attend performances in Chicago and use these experiences to hone their reviewing skills.
BULL IN A CHINA SHOP reminds us that loving unapologetically and living one’s truth is, in itself, a revolutionary act. It deserves your attention.
Part of what makes Jonathan Berry’s direction stay with you after the show ends is that he allows his actors the space and time to make real discoveries and connections in the moments.
Early in THE HARD PROBLEM, an adorable couple in bed, bathing in a post-coital glow, begins to discuss what other intellectuals might at such a giddy time: the brain, neurobiology, and the nature of consciousness. This juxtaposition of the fluidity of feelings and the absolution of the scientific method sets the tone for the rest of the play.
Pictured: Emjoy Gavino The Chicago Inclusion Project Founder and Producer Emjoy Gavino announced today a new partnership between The Chicago Inclusion Project, a collective dedicated to championing inclusion and diversity in Chicago theater, and The Hypocrites. The new partnership will expand on TCIP’s casting consultation initiative, launched earlier this year....
The Chicago Inclusion Project has announced casting for their summer reading series production of, IN THE NEXT ROOM, OR THE VIBRATOR PLAY by Sarah Ruhl.
TIME OF YOUR LIFE at Victory Gardens. Photo by Brave Lux. After last summer’s successful launch of a staged reading of William Saroyan’s THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE, in partnership with Victory Gardens Theatre and The League of Chicago Theatres, The Chicago Inclusion Project, a collective of artists, committed to...