The Rosina Project
Created in collaboration with BraveSoul Movement, presented as part of the Chicago Park District’s 'Night Out in the Parks' series.
'The Rosina Project' is a contemporary adaptation of Rossini’s 19th-century comedy 'The Barber of Seville', remixed by Chicago-based Hip-Hop and opera artists who perform an original, female-driven story of empowerment as an immersive, 21st-century house party.
Moods + Foods
Chicago Fringe Opera will once again be featured in the Moods + Foods outdoor Performance Series at Woodard Plaza, which will be transformed into a community gathering spot for food and entertainment.
Songs From Letters
A Spotlight Series concert - part of the Ear Taxi Festival - inspired by letters and literary sources.
The Widow's Will
Hazel M. Johnson, the mother of environmental justice.
“The Widow’s Will” highlights Hazel M. Johnson’s struggle against the City of Chicago to bring attention to the toxic pollution of the Altgeld Gardens community. The film considers her legacy today, as well the effects of politics and racism on her work, ending with a call to action for audiences to continue her environmental activism.