Behind the Scenes Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Survey

Working in this industry is hard – physically and mentally. Have you, or someone you know, ever experienced anxiety, depression, thoughts of suicide, problems with alcohol/substance misuse, or reactions to traumatic events? Behind the Scenes is beginning work on a Mental Health and Suicide Prevention initiative and needs to hear from you if you’re in the US or Canada. What tools and resources would help you personally, or assist you in reaching out to someone you are worried about? Please take this survey. It could help save a life. btslink.org/survey

How could the census impact arts and culture?

Who counts? The 2020 census will have meaningful implications for all Illinoisans, from the level of federal funding available to social service programs to the number of people representing you in Washington. A complete and accurate census is vital – an undercount of just one percent in Illinois could see the state could lose $1.2B over the next decade. COME TO YOUR CENSUS brings creatives together for a workshop, panel discussion, and performances to explore the following questions: • Why is the census important? • What is the impact of the census …

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Stage Players – Screening and Discussion

Chicago Cultural Center – Claudia Cassidy Theater 78 East Washington Street Chicago, IL 60602 Saturday, October 12, 2019 – 2:00 pm Join us at the Chicago Cultural Center for a screening and discussion of the new WTTW Digital series Stage Players. Chicago’s powerful, diverse, and ever-expanding theatre scene is justly famous, and an integral part of the city’s cultural life. From Steppenwolf to Lookingglass, from the Goodman to the Den, from Albany Park Theater Project to the Black Ensemble Theater, the Windy City’s close-knit theatrical community is inextricably linked to the city’s …

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Holiday Party Space Availability

The holiday season is just around the corner and Tis the season to start planning your office or family holiday party!Our venue consists of a beautiful lobby, full bar and four differently sized theater spaces that give you the flexibility to create your perfect party in a unique theater environment. Contact Lizzy@stage773.com or 773-929-7367 X123 for more information on availability and prices!!

TCG Funding Available for Actors

The Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellowships program is a grant where actors are given the opportunity to grow artistically and professionally in collaboration with a Theatre Communications Group (TCG) member theatre. The grant seeks to deepen and enrich an actor’s relationship with a not-for-profit theatre, placing actors as the nexus between theatres and communities, serving the community’s needs in a meaningful way. Actors are selected in two categories: Exceptional Merit: $15,000 (with an additional $10,000 available to relieve student loan debt) supports actors who are established in their careers as working professionals …

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Availability in the Richard Christensen Theater January 2, 2020- February 16, 2020!

Production companies will benefit from our sound and light packages, backstage area with two dressing rooms, and front of house services. Theater Features: Fully ADA Compliant House – 109 seats, 20 are flexible Stage – 37’2″W x 20’0″D x 13’3″H; 14″ deck height Small light package including standard light inventory, light board, cabling Small sound package including microphones, amps, speakers and playback devices 2 dressing rooms (each seats four) 2 private restrooms Green room which includes refrigerator, microwave, coffeemakers, and a sink. Projection screen and digital projector Valet parking service Staffing available …

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