The Cotton Mouth Club
By Chicago Dance Crash
Friday, March 27 at 8 p.m.
Featuring the music of OutKast and Michael Jackson, this
production unleashes its fusion of styles on prohibition-era Chicago and the
1980s, converting the stage into a full-blown speakeasy. Using hip-hop, ballet,
jazz, swing, acrobatics, breakdance, and contemporary dance styles, this
time-traveling fable of romance, street violence and personal redemption offers
a timeless story.
This production is part of the Art Rising project, engaging the community in response to violence.
Pre-show: Visual Arts Panel Exhibition, featuring artwork by area students responding to violence.
Post-show: Panel Discussion with community members, leaders, activists and students.
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This program is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency.