Youth Spectacle 2012: The Commitment Project
Kids Create Live Exhibition With Youth Spectacle 2012: The Commitment Project
This major cultural event is designed, authored, built and performed by the young people of Chicago. More than 650 school-age youth from diverse Chicago neighborhoods will come together to create a "live exhibition" that will be performed at The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum. Using shadow animation, sound installation, original animations and performance, these children transform the Nature Museum's South Gallery and Terrace into a celebration of the everyday wonders of Chicago's urban ecosystem -- as seen from their unique perspectives.
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The last date listed for Youth Spectacle 2012: The Commitment Project was Friday May 25, 2012 / 7:15pm.
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The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum -- including the Judy Istock Butterfly Haven -- goes adults-only for this fun evening event. It's a unique chance to stroll around the museum with no kids in sight and take advantage of a cash bar serving local beer and wine. Featured breweries include Finch's, Revolution, 5Rabbit, Metropolitan Brewing and Two Brothers. As you meander through your evening, check out the current and ongoing exhibits, marvel at the wonders inside the Istock Butterfly Haven, or test your science and nature knowledge in a trivia game. The winning trivia team will be awarded the coveted Golden Cockroach trophy. Learn More
About the Ticket Supplier: Redmoon Theater
Redmoon Theater's mission is to create theatrical spectacles that transform streets, stages and architectural landmarks into places of public celebration utilizing an original language capable of speaking across cultural, ethnic, and generational boundaries. Founded in 1990, Redmoon uses masks, puppets, ingenious mechanical devices, robust physical movement, and live music to create its unique form of spectacle theater. From productions on Chicago's most prestigious stages to non-traditional venues such as parks and beaches, Redmoon's visual method of storytelling promotes accessibility by a broad public. Redmoon's work is created through a deeply collaborative process that includes professional designers and performers working alongside community members.