local theater night

A-Home-on-the-Lake-700x394.jpgSOLD OUT. Join Leadership Evanston and ECF at the debut production of a story about race, housing, and equity in Evanston — and who has access.

A "talk back" will immediately follow the show.

This collaboration is presented by Fleetwood Jourdain Theater and Piven Theatre Workshop. The work was inspired by the playwrights’ research, and by the interviews of several Evanston community members conducted by the founder of Dear Evanston, Nina Kavin.

join us for this special evening
discounted tickets $15

when

> Thursday, May 10
7:30pm show

where

> Piven Theatre Workshop
927 Noyes Street

leadership evanston and ecf support this work

ECF is proud to be one of the funders supporting Piven’s 2018-19 “Home Season”, including this collaboration among Piven Theatre Workshop, Fleetwood Jourdain Theater, and Dear Evanston. During this year-long project exploring the concept of home, Piven has created additional partnerships with Shorefront Legacy Center, Cradle to Career, and Bridges Residential Facility. Piven uses applied theater to encourage community reflection and engagement in support of a healthy and vital community.
 
Among the team of people who created and defined this year-long project are Leadership Evanston alumni Nina Kavin, Dear Evanston, and Piven Theatre's Leslie Brown, executive director, and Juliet Bond, development director.