6-7:15 pm Reception, 7:30pm Performance
Community Night at the Goodman
Please join us for a wonderful evening, a part of the Goodman’s Community Engagement Series of thought-provoking and entertaining audience engagement events. Hosted by the Goodman’s Board of Trustees, Women’s Board and Scenemakers Board, in addition to Community Night the series includes a Breakfast, Community Day, and Women’s Night. This series is designed to deepen our engagement with the community and open up the broad range of work on our stages to diverse groups reflective of our city.
Written and Directed by Regina Taylor
A mind-bending, provocative new play about the impact of advancing technology on modern society. The rise of e-books and digital technologies may soon force Chicago businessman Alex Ames to shut down his long-standing African American book publishing company. While his employees fret over losing their jobs, Alex finds unlikely inspiration from a mysterious teenager, whose inventive, forward-thinking ideas may provide the solution to preserving Alex's legacy.
Wednesday, June 3, 2015
6:00-7:15PM | Cocktail and Appetizer Reception
Club Petterino’s, 50 West Randolph (Northwest corner of Dearborn and Randolph) Enter through the Petterino’s Banquet Door
7:30PM | Performance of stop. reset.
Goodman Theatre – 170 North Dearborn
Tickets are $25 per person for the reception and performance.
ONLINE RESERVATIONS ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
Purchase tickets by May 29, 2015.
Discounted parking is available at the Government Center Garage at 181 North Clark Street (enter on Clark Street or Lake Street)
If you have any questions please contact Victoria Rodriguez at 312.443.3811 ext. 539 or at VictoriaRodriguez@GoodmanTheatre.org