How to End Poverty in 90 Minutes: An Interactive Dialogue
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The last date listed for How to End Poverty in 90 Minutes was Thursday May 23, 2013 / 5:00pm.
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This visceral new version of Herman Melville's whale of a tale takes Moby Dick in a new direction, with the high-flying help of the aerial and acrobatic performers of the Actors Gymnasium. This action-packed production is built to bring you along for the ride with Ishamel, Queequeg and the crew as the famed Captain Ahab sets out to find and kill the giant sea creature that gravely injured him once before. Acclaimed Lookingglass ensemble member David Catlin (The Little Prince), who also serves on the Northwestern faculty, directs his own adaptation of this timeless tale of adventure and obsession. Learn More
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A fascinating look into poverty and how complicated it is to actually end it...while actually getting a chance to make a difference as a group. Unique staging, high energy student performers and many opportunities for interaction make this one of the most uniquely staged and educational plays I've attended in a long while. Well worth it!
This event is recommended for ages 14 and older.
You are encouraged to arrive no later than 7:10pm to watch the pre-show activity in the lobby.