Podtalk: Anna Ii-Epstein of ‘Nothing Without a Company’ Wonder Ball, June 1, 2019

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CHICAGO – The theater initiative “Nothing Without a Company” (NWaC) has a reputation for breaking the barriers between audience and actor, creating mystery in the far-flung Chicago locales they use as performance space. On Saturday, June 1st, 2019, they will bring this alchemy to their “Wonder Ball: Celebrate Your Inner Superhero” event, at Chicago Theater Works, 1113 West Belmont, Chicago. For details and tickets, click here.

NWaC Presents ‘Wonder Ball: Celebrate Your Inner Superhero’
Photo credit: NothingWithoutaCompany.org

The ball will feature live performances, special guests, treats from around the world, libations, a raffle, and a silent auction. All proceeds from the ball will help NWaC continue planting theatre around Chicago. Dress as your inner super hero, whatever that means to you. There are various levels of ticket packages and perks. Nothing Without a Company plants theater around Chicago to empower the self and the community through immersive/revolutionary acts of art in places you don’t expect.

In Podtalk with Patrick McDonald of HollywoodChicago.com the co-Artistic Director of NWaC, Anna Ii-Epstein, talks about the Wonder Ball and the theater company that always colors the world outside the lines..

Nothing Without a Company presents Wonder Ball: Celebrate Your Inner Superhero, Saturday June 1st, 2019 (9pm), at Chicago Theater Works, 1113 West Belmont Avenue, Chicago. For more information about NWaC, click here.

HollywoodChicago.com senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

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