THREE CAT PRODUCTIONS ANNOUNCES LINEUP FOR SOLO CHICAGO
Festival To Celebrate Individual Performances By Local Artists
May 21, 2013, Chicago, IL – Three Cat Productions is excited to announce the lineup for its inaugural presentation of the SOLO Chicago festival. SOLO Chicago will feature individual performances by vocal artists, storytellers, and more. The festival will run Wednesdays through Saturdays, June 5-15, with performances beginning at 7:30 p.m. at the Berger Park Coach House Theater, 6205 N. Sheridan Rd., Chicago, IL 60660. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at www.threecatproductions.com or at the door.
Performers will include David Boyle, Jyreika Guest, Kelsie Huff, Roberta Miles, Beth Urech, Adam Webster, Scot West, and Anthony Whitaker. Each evening will showcase individual presentations by two performers.
June 5, David Boyle in “You Don’t Have To Be A Whore,” and Anthony Whitaker in “I Was A Teenage Judy Garland Fan”; June 6, Roberta Miles in “I Want a Banana and Other Desperate Love Stories,” and Beth Urech in “ActYourAge!”; June 7, Kelsie Huff in “O.P.I. Road Trip,” and Jyreika Guest in “Arn’t I A Woman: Lessons of Her”, June 8, Scot West in “The Last Cherry,” and Adam Webster in “My Heart: The Chilton Manual”
June 12, Kelsie Huff in “O.P.I. Road Trip,” and Adam Webster in “My Heart: The Chilton Manual”; June 13, Jyreika Guest in “Arn’t I A Woman: Lessons of Her,” and Scot West in “The Last Cherry”; June 14, Beth Urech in “ActYourAge!” and David Boyle in “You Don’t Have To Be A Whore”; June 15, Roberta Miles in “I Want a Banana and Other Desperate Love Stories,” and Anthony Whitaker in “I Was A Teenage Judy Garland Fan”
The SOLO Chicago festival is part of Three Cat Productions’ ongoing effort to offer Chicago artists a creative platform, foster relationships between local performers, and bring new work programming to the Edgewater area. It is also part of Three Cat’s first run of major programming since partnering with the Chicago Park District’s Berger Park Cultural Center in February.
Three Cat Productions’ 2013 season will also include Cabaret on the Lake, Fridays in June and July. Three Cat Education (the education arm of Three Cat Productions) will run summer theater camps from June 17 to August 16.
Three Cat Productions was founded in 2007 with a mission to create connections between theater, music, audience and artists through the production of cabaret concerts, contemporary musicals and plays, the re-invention of classic work, the development of new works and new artists, and by creating educational and outreach opportunities for the Chicagoland community. Visit the web site at www.threecatproductions.com.