|Gay Fun Places to Go
|Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place|
|Rascal's Bar & Grille|
|Kit Kat Lounge & Supper Club|
|Akvavit Theatre at the Storefront Theater|
|Red Tape Theatre|
|American Theatre Company|
|Donny's Skybox Studio Theatre|
|Writers Theatre at Tudor Court|
|The pH Comedy Theater|
|Bailiwick Chicago at the Steppenwolf Garage|
|Lucky Horseshoe Lounge|
|Dog and Pony Theatre Company at Collaboraction|
|Griffin Theatre Company at Theater Wit|
|Pie Hole Pizza Joint|
Thursday October 1st
Pulitzer Prize-winning authors of Tightrope: Americans Reaching for Hope.
About one-quarter of the children on Kristof's old school bus died in adulthood from drugs, alcohol, suicide, or reckless accidents. While these stories unfolded in one corner of the country, they are wholly representative of other communities featured in Tightrope.
In a virtual discussion moderated by Richard Salomon, Vice President, Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center, the authors will reflect on the plight of many working-class families across America, from small towns to the inner city who are plagued by unemployment, poverty, incarceration, and the devastating effects of addiction.
Nicholas Kristof and veral books and their coverage of China in 1990 made them the first married couple to receive a Pulitzer Prize. Kristof currently works as an op-ed columnist for the New YorSheryl WuDunn have coauthored sek Times. WuDunn, previously a business editor and foreign correspondent for the New York Times, is now working in banking.
Book Excerpt: https://nyti.ms/3adEBMm
Documentary Trailer: http://bit.ly/38ha8LY
With Signed Book (pick up at Museum): additional $16.95
With Signed Book & Shipping: $16.95 + $8.00 = $24.95
About Illinois Holocaust Museum
Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center honors the Survivors and victims of the Holocaust and transforms history into current, relevant, and universal lessons in humanity. Through world-class exhibitions and programs, the Museum inspires individuals and organizations and provides a universal wake-up call to action: Take history to heart. Take a stand for humanity. The Museum is open Wednesday-Sunday from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. with last admission at 4:00 p.m. For more information, visit www.ilholocaustmuseum.org or call 847-967-4800.
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