loader image

Indivisible Chicago's Blue Wave Rave uses improv to mobilize political action


Wednesday night the Athenaeum Theatre hosted the Blue Wave Rave, a free improv show featuring cast members from Second City, the Annoyance Theatre, and iO and put together by Indivisible Chicago, a coalition of 12 chapters around the city that was created after the 2016 election.

“I spent almost ten years as the CEO of the League of Chicago Theatres, so I know lots of theater folks,” says Marj Halperin, the cofounder of the Blue Beginning chapter that meets at the Hideout. She was one of the main organizers of the Blue Wave Rave.…

Recommend0 recommendationsPublished in Local

Share this story with your network.

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on email
Share on print

Responses

Recent Stories

Del Marie: locked down, but not out

The rapper-dancer-performance poet rolls with the pandemic punches. 2020 started off so well. January and February were great months for 27-year-old rapper, dancer, and performance

Read More »

Speak with a local expert now.

Learn more about this recent happening by speaking with an agent.

X