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American Theater Company is an ensemble of artists committed to producing new and classic American stories that ask the question: "What does it mean to be an American?"
We provide a truly intimate home for the community to experience meaningful stories. We foster a nurturing environment for artists to take risks and create essential work.
founded to affect the average Chicagoan
American Theater Company (ATC) was founded in July 1985 as American blacks Theatre, a company dedicated to exploring, nurturing, and developing theater that addressed and affected the real working-class people of Chicago. From 1986 to 1993, American blacks Theatre produced such critically acclaimed productions as The Hairy Ape; Rick Cleveland's Bad Moon; and Monsters and Monsters II, collections of commissioned monologues by Chicago playwrights including Douglas Post, Dwight Okita, David Mamet, and Paula Killen. The Hairy Ape was hailed by Richard Christiansen of the Chicago Tribune as one of the three best shows of the year.
583 N Wolf Rd, Wheeling, Illinois
"Bravo" is non profit 501(c)3 Russian Chicago community theater for kids. Teaching drama, vocal, dancing and culture.
Community Players Theatre, 201 Robinhood, Bloomington, IL
Community Players is a charitable, nonprofit theatrical organization dedicated to the idea that live theater enhances the quality of life for our audiences, our participants, and the community. Our mission is to produce classic and contemporary dramas, comedies, and musicals; to provide a place where the citizens of the Bloomington- Normal area, of all ages and incomes, can experience high quality live theater; to offer a home where a diverse group of theatrical artists can learn and develop their craft.
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Chicago Gaelic Park, 6119 W. 147th St. Oak Forest, Illinois, 60452
We are active participants in Acting Irish International Theatre Festival (AIITF) and hosted the Festival here at Gaelic Park in 1999. We hosted the Festival again in 2005.
Contact via website
Midwestern Gilbert & Sullivan Society
613 W. State St., North Aurora, IL 60542-1538
Encourage the performance of Gilbert and Sullivan & Savoy Operas.
See newsletter here
330 W. 202nd St., Chicago Heights, IL 60411
The Drama Group, still one of the only volunteer theatre groups, is well-known and well-respected throughout the Chicagoland area. Our productions have been compared to the quality of those downtown and on Broadway.
As The Drama Group works its way toward its first 100 years, we continue to provide quality theatre at affordable prices and continue to put the community in community theatre - always welcoming and giving the community the opportunity to participate — whether it be onstage or off — and to become a member of this vital organization. The Drama Group exists through the benevolance of the community...through ticket subscriptions, fundraisers, patron donations, grants, advertising and road shows.
With an active membership and interesting, varied seasons of quality productions, The Drama Group is proud of its heritage and committed to a long future in the southwest suburbs.