Ordinarily, politicians ask you to donate money to their political fund. But today I’m asking you to support a different type of cause–an amazing small, but mighty theater company in the heart of Rogers Park–theTheo Ubique Cabaret Theatre.
Theo Ubique is hosting a fun benefit Monday night–“Captivated”–in which community leaders and other supporters of Theo Ubique are held “captive” until they raise enough ransom money to earn their release. The event takes place this Monday, November 8th, 7:00 p.m. at The Glenwood Bar, 6962 N. Glenwood. For only $35 you’ll get food, drink and entertaining cameo performances by Theo Ubiqueplayers including Jeff Awards winner, Chris Damiano.
Please help me earn my release and support the cause of live theater in Rogers Park by visiting my own personal Theo Ubique fundraising page:
Please give whatever you can.
I’ve been honored to serve this year as president of the Theo Ubique Board of Directors. The theater, which operates out of the No Exit Cafe on Glenwood, has received national recognition, and countless local awards, for its cutting edge productions of such classics as “Evita,” “Man of La Mancha” and “Chess.” And coming soon will be Theo Ubique’s most ambitious production yet–Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical, “Cats.”
Together with Rogers Park’s other fine live theaters, Theo Ubique has put the Rogers Park arts community on the map and has contributed greatly to the revitalization of the Glenwood Avenue Arts District.
Won’t you please join me in supporting this great theater company, the cause of live theater in Rogers Park and the continuing revitalization of Rogers Park by making a contribution to the Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre and earning my release from captivity! Click HERE to contribute:
Thanks so much for your support!