Friday, August 14 at 6 pm

PREMIERE PRESENTATION (via YouTube), immediately followed by a conversation with the TimeLine South Ensemble (via Zoom).

TimeLine South’s 2020 finale presentation has premiered and may now be viewed above or on TimeLIne’s YouTube channel.

2020 has sparked a wave of outburst, outbreaks and outcries. A group of students are tasked with an activity to give voice to these issues that leads them on a bigger journey of taking action and fighting for justice. Together they will name the existence of the isms of the world while facing the incomparable enemy that they find within themselves and each other. 

“It is relevant. It is necessary. It is urgent. Because it is now. It is what they are experiencing right now, that they want to talk about.” — Tiffany Fulson, TimeLine South Program Director

TimeLine South, now in its third year, is a unique arts program that provides teens a safe space for self-expression, creativity, and ensemble building. Teens have the opportunity to learn basic skills in theatre and performing arts from some of the most experienced and dynamic artists in the city, and explore topics with which they feel a strong curiosity and connection. TimeLine South promotes leadership in the arts and teaches teens that theatre can also be a vehicle for social justice. TimeLine South is part of TimeLine’s Living History Education Program, which brings the company’s mission to Chicago Public Schools through an arts-integration residency.

TimeLine South is sponsored by