Breaking Ice at Pillsbury House + Theatre, Feb. 18-26, 2013


Join us for Pillsbury House + Theatre’s Breaking Ice, an Arts on Chicago project tackling race, class, and economics. Through entertaining and thought-provoking live performance, the company will be unpacking numerous hot topics, including,

  • How are our neighborhoods responding to development and change?
  • How do we respond to culture clash and conflict?
  • How can neighborhoods evolve in economically stable and sustainable ways?

Performances will take place on February 18, 25, and 26, 7:30 pm, at Pillsbury House + Theatre. All tickets are Pay-What-You-Can at the door and $5 minimum to reserve in advance. Free child care is available for all performances, but advanced reservations are required. For more information, call 612-825-0459 or reserve tickets online.

This production is one of the 20 art experiences in the Arts on Chicago initiative, an arts-based community development project led by Pillsbury House + Theatre, Upstream Arts, Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association, and MCAD Professor Natasha Pestich with support from the Ward 8 Council Office of Elizabeth Glidden.

Save the Date! Together with Pillsbury House + Theatre and Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association, Upstream Arts will be co-hosting a neighborhood artist mixer on Monday, February 25 before the Breaking Ice show. Details to come shortly!