Albany Park Theatre Project’s Play Discusses Immigrant Justice, beginning July 18
For two weeks only, the Goodman Theatre will be hosting the Albany Park Theatre Project’s play, Home/Land. The production runs from July 18 to July 28.
Home/Land tells the real-life stories of undocumented immigrants and grassroots immigrant rights activists in Chicago, created and performed by an ensemble of 25 Chicago youth, many of whom are themselves undocumented. This is especially exciting for us at JCUA, who not only encourage teen leadership and empowerment, but have also been focusing on immigrant justice and immigration reform for years.
Tickets for Home/Land, which received great reviews from critics, including those at the Chicago Sun-Times and the Chicago Reader, are on sale now. Tickets range from $5 to $20 when using the APTP promotional code. In addition, all performances are presented with Spanish supertitles.
A 2-minute teaser of the immigrant justice play can be found here.
Tickets can be purchased online, at GoodmanTheatre.org, or by phone, at 312.443.3800.
Click here to learn more about Albany Park Theatre Project.