Our first-ever virtual gala—which premiered live on Friday, March 12 at 7pm (CST)—is now available to view on demand via YouTube. Go Back to Our Future to relive memorable moments and game changers, explore the artistry and camaraderie on stage and back stage, and remember the programs and stories that made a difference—even as we look ahead to new adventures. Folks who watched the live event raved that the program “hit every button and truly soared" and is "really, really, really, REALLY well done." Don't miss it!
We dipped into the archives to revisit TimeLine's hit production of the musical FIORELLO! (first produced in 2006 and remounted in 2008)! Watch clips, hear memories from cast and crew, and engage with a panel conversation exploring what makes Fiorello LaGuardia one of the most enduring figures of the 20th century.
We’re all living through history right now. But that doesn’t mean TimeLine’s momentum has slowed! Guided by our values of collaboration and fiscal responsibility, TimeLine has launched "Today, Tomorrow, Together" to meet the challenges caused by COVID-19. Your support today through this initiative will be felt tomorrow and long after this pandemic. With your help, we will get there together.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect TimeLine's day-to-day operations, please check back here for the latest messages in response to current events, as well as updates about programming adjustments and other related initiatives. We will share updates as we have them, and we cannot wait until we are able to welcome you back to our theatre!
Explore our special series of online public programs
The play may be postponed, but we can start the conversation! Read more about our "Setting the Stage" online public programs and related virtual content inspired by Will Allan's Campaigns, Inc., including a one-night-only live event (October 21 at 7:30pm, via YouTube), a new Beyond the 'Line class to help you navigate the news like a superhero, and even a Take Home Wine Tasting!
Explore our recap of recent online public programs
The play may be postponed, but we can start the conversation! Read more and watch recordings of our "Setting the Stage" online public programs and related virtual content inspired by Tyla Abercrumbie's Relentless.
We’re thrilled that HGA has been selected as the architect for TimeLine future new home in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood—a renovated facility that will house our future operations and help support and expand our mission.
Hear from students, teaching artists, and CPS teachers about our program that brings TimeLine’s mission to Chicago Public Schools, working with students on creative exercises related to historically inspired stories on TimeLine’s stage and elsewhere in literature.