REFLECT

REFLECT

REFLECT POST-SHOW PANEL DISCUSSIONS

Dive even deeper into the world of the play with the Lookingglass REFLECT Series! This specially-curated series of post-show conversations and panels offers audiences an opportunity to think, hear, and talk about the performance they just experienced. Come hear in-the-field experts offer their insights on the show’s themes and leading artists give a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the Lookingglass creative process.

REFLECT post-show discussions are free and open to the public, and take place directly following the 2PM matinee on select Sundays at Lookingglass Theatre.

HER HONOR JANE BYRNE

REFLECT SCHEDULE:

SUNDAY, MARCH 15

How do we LIVE? A Chicago Community Builder

Stories From Our City With Community Leaders, CHA Residents, and You!

SUNDAY, MARCH 22

How do we LIVE TOGETHER? History, Housing, and a Divided City

How Chicago became so segregated, the impact on us now, and how to forge a different future.

SUNDAY, MARCH 29

How do we LIVE TOGETHER BETTER? Other Cities, Other Choices, Other Lives

What alternative models for affordable housing exist and what can Chicago learn from them?

SUNDAY, APRIL 5

How do we LEAD? Women Taking Charge and Making Change

How Chicago women, in City Hall and at the front of the protest line, have busted barriers and broken new ground—and continue to do so today.

WEDNESDAY*, APRIL 8

How do we LIVE QUEER? Breaking Open Queer Spaces in CHA

How sexual orientation and gender identity can be even more complex when facing economic and racial segregation.

SUNDAY, APRIL 12

How do we CREATE? Artistic Response and Responsibility in a Divided City

An inter-generational conversation between artists who are reshaping Chicago.

COMMUNITY PARTNERS

For Her Honor Jane Byrne, Lookingglass is in partnership with seven Chicago organizations with a long history of serving communities impacted by the issues raised in the play. Lookingglass is grateful to these organizations for their generosity in sharing their depth of expertise and breadth of vision for Chicago.

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