HUMANITY (An Original Dance Production)

Friday, February 24 at 6:30pm to 8:00pm

Stage Two, 2nd Floor 618 S Michigan Ave, Chicago IL, 60605

HUMANITY is an original theatrical dance production that combines movement, music, theatrics, spoken word and American Sign Language to address multiple social issues including: suicide, LGBTQ rights, sexism, racism, domestic violence, human rights, addiction, stereotypes and deaf awareness.

The production will be followed by a post-show talkback which will stimulate conversation about these issues. Students, faculty, staff and the Chicago community are encouraged to attend.

HUMANITY began as a young college student’s dream and catapulted into an award-winning professional production that travels to organizations spreading the message of acceptance and inspiring people of all ages to think about the complexity of social struggles. Join us in our movement to motivate students, of all ages, to talk, ask, listen and learn about the uncomfortable truths that affect all of HUMANITY.

Event Type

Performance, Dance, Music, Theatre, Discussion


School of Fine and Performing Arts, Business and Entrepreneurship



Free and open to the public

Contact Name

Tyler Lenn Bradley

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