On Thursday, May 14th, the NPHM is pleased to hold its spring fundraiser at the American Theater Company's production of The Project(s).
Combining theater, music, and movement, The Project(s) celebrates public housing communities and asks what responsibility we have to others, no matter their economic circumstances.
From 2010 until 2014, Artistic Director PJ Paparelli conducted over 100 interviews with scholars, historians, and former and current residents of Chicago's public housing, including Cabrini-Green, Robert Taylor Homes, Wentworth Gardens, and Ida B. Wells Homes.
To read more about The Project(s), be sure to read the recent press from Next City and the Chicago Tribune.
On May 14th, supporters of the National Public Housing Museum have the opportunity to view The Project(s) with other Museum friends as a part of the NPHM's spring fundraiser.
For more details on the May 14th fundraiser showing and to purchase tickets, click HERE.
TICKETS FOR RESIDENTS
If you're a resident or you know a resident who would like to attend The Project(s) for free, either on the night of the fundraiser or another showing, please contact the Museum at 773.245.1621 or email Camille Acker at firstname.lastname@example.org.