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"But I'm A Queer": The Prom
QUEER PROM 2022 ATTENDANCE FOR AGES: 14-20 years old only. The LGBT Community Center of Greater Cl...
December 18 - January 03, 2021
No matter who you ask, the most popular word to describe Near West Theatre is “home.”
This year led people down many roads of self-awareness and discovery. These are difficult roads to journey on, and 2020 is leaving everyone changed. But the one thing that has remained constant is the power of art to lift us up. Near West Theatre has always strived to be a home for those who enjoy celebrating the arts, whether as performers or audience members. This holiday season, we wanted to recognize that sense of home by creating a showcase filled with laughter, songs, and more to raise all of our spirits.
All Roads Lead to Home offers a performance filled with heartwarming storytelling, and nostalgic musical numbers from pop, jazz, classical crossover, and musical theatre genres that will welcome both newcomers and seasoned NWT family alike. Showcases of popular music, spoken word, and messages of hope from alumni and Near West-side celebrities like NWT founder Stephanie Morrison Hrbek and her family, former councilman Matt Zone, and recently inducted councilperson Jenny Spencer, fill the hour-long production.
Tickets are offered as Pay What You Can, with a suggested donation of $15. Streaming access goes on sale the morning of Friday, December 18, with Opening Night streaming beginning at 7:30pm. Once activated, streaming access is available for 24 hours. First time streaming with us? Welcome. Learn more about our new platform and updated streaming policy by clicking here.
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