Thursday, May 10, 2007
Great performance in Chicago May 17th -- Yo Soy Chicago/I am Chicago
Yo Soy Chicago/I Am Chicago
New performance about race and identity in Chicago, curated by Coya Paz of Teatro Luna and sponsored by the Center for The Study of Race, Politics, and Culture.
From a gun-toting apparition of the Virgin Mary to a humorous drag take on Puerto-Rican identity to the real life stories of young Muslim women, I Am Chicago/Yo Soy Chicago brings together Chicago's most vibrant performing artists to explore race and identity in Chicago. I Am Chicago/Yo Soy Chicago is a multimedia celebration of Chicago's culturally and aesthetically diverse performing arts communities.
Yo Soy Chicago/I am Chicago
featuring work from Teatro Luna, Idris Goodwin, Ni'ja Whitson,
Grupo Okokan, Tanya Saracho, Yolanda Nieves, Awilda Rodriguez Lora,
the Hijabi Monologues and more.
Francis X. Kinahan Third Floor Theater
5706 South University Avenue
The Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture
Theater and Performance Studies / University Theater