Oh no! Free Street Theater is in the middle of a website emergency!

 
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The provider hosting our site went out of business without notifying any of its clients. We found out the hard way - when our website disappeared and all of our emails stopped working. The good news is that we are a LIVE THEATER COMPANY and do our best work the old fashioned way - human to human, in a big room with lots of other people. 

We are working hard to get a new website up and running. In the meantime, here are some ways to connect with us:

See a Show

To buy tickets to For Us, With Love go to: https://fuwl.brownpapertickets.com/

To buy tickets to Meet Juan(ito) Doe go to: https://mjdreboot.brownpapertickets.com/ 

 

Get Involved

To find out about upcoming auditions, workshops, events, etc, check out our Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/freestreettheater/

For general inquiries, or to book us for a workshop, performance, or training, email freestreettheatre (a) gmail (dot) com

To check out an example of how we use theater to engage communities, read all about our journalism collaboration with ProPublica:  https://www.propublica.org/article/propublica-illinois-free-street-theater-workshop-chicago

 

Help Us Build for the Future

Website or no website, here is what is always true about Free Street:

-We are a multigenerational, multiracial, and multilingual theater company creating/incubating devised and solo performance by underrepresented Chicago artists. 

--We are committed to creating performance by, for, about, with, and in Chicago's diverse communities. 

-We are committed to equity and economic justice. We pay all of our artists and offer all of our programming for free/pay-what-you-can. 

To make a donation in support of our work (and building a new website) visit: https://www.paypal.me/FreeStreetTheater

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Founded in 1969, Free Street Theater is dedicated to creating performance by, for, with and about a wide range of participants; to challenging ideas of where theater belongs and who belongs in a theater; and to using theater to ask questions, prompt dialogue, and build community.