Behind-the-Scenes with BOY
AN EVENING EXPLORING ART AND IDENTITY
Tuesday, March 13 • 5:30 – 7pm
Wolfson Auditorium at Stanley Manne Children’s Research Institute
2430 N. Halsted St., Chicago
TimeLine Theatre Company, in partnership with Lurie Children’s Gender & Sex Development Program, presents this FREE opportunity to explore the world and themes of Boy—Anna Ziegler’s play about the beauty of finding love, the complexity of gender identity, and the consequences of the choices we make for those we love, now playing at TimeLine Theatre through March 18.
You’ll see excerpts from the play and discuss its topics and themes with members of the production team, plus have a chance to dig deeper with teaching artists from TimeLine’s Living History Education Program and walk away with an identity poem all your own.
It will be a fascinating, fun and meaningful interactive experience suitable for adults and teens alike.
Light snacks and refreshments will be provided.
Reservations are required.
or call the TimeLine Box Office at 773.281.8463 x6
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TimeLine’s Chicago premiere of Boy and this special program are supported in part by: