Tickets & Events

Tumble down the rabbit hole with Lookingglass as we activate imaginations, ignite curiosity, and explore collaboration. We’ll use our bodies, voices, and minds as we play theatre games and investigate the story of Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There that inspired the founding of one of Chicago’s most renowned theaters.
Sunset 1919 is an annual community Art ritual performed in honor of Eugene Williams, a Black teenager who was killed for crossing an imaginary racial line on the waves of Mishigami (from Ojibwa “Great Water”). Sunset 1919 offers a communal moment to acknowledge our Indigenous roots and for Black artists to merge Movement, Music, and Word in a free, spirit-guided ritual.
PORTAL: Night Out In The Parks
Lookingglass Theatre Company, in Association with The Actors Gymnasium brings you PORTAL, as part of the Chicago Park District’s Night Out in the Parks. This boisterous and interactive production encourages us to close the computer and open the window. These installation performances are free, public events, accessible to all.