April’s theme is “On the Shoulders of Giants” and features a reading by literary guest Kirya Traber, as well as culinary imporation from Chef Peter Jackson.This month’s event will include a creative competition of on-the-spot writing inspired by the theme.
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Follow IMDb on Facebook After WWII is over, a young officer Volodya Sharapov returns to Moscow to work in MUR - Moskovskiy Ugolovny Rozysk (Moscow Criminal Police).
What: Feast of Words: A Literary Potluck, “On the Shoulders of Giants” edition When: Tuesday April 5, 2011. to p.m., doors open at Where: SOMArts Theater (934 Brannan Street, between 8th and 9th) What Else: Tickets are advance, with a potluck dish and at the door.For more information visit monthly potluck where writers and foodies come together to eat, write, and share.Join co-hosts Lex Leifheit and Irina Zadov on the first Tuesday of each month.Roll up—on a CTA train or bus—for the debut of the Chicago Home Theater Festival, which features 12 days of theater performances at 12 secret locations across Chicago—all residences of artists and activists.Attendees register online and are texted the CTA stop at which to meet a tour guide to take them through the neighborhood and to the host's living room, kitchen or rooftop for a lineup of performances including theater, dance and comedy."The Chicago Home Theater Festival evolved from the International Home Theater Festival, which launched in the Bay Area four years ago and currently spans numerous countries and continents," said co-organizer Irina Zadov, who participated in Berkeley, Calif. Zadov—who works with the Jane Addams Hull-House Museum—teamed with dancer and performance artist Blake Russell and together they reached out to friends, colleagues and the Chicago Artists Resource to select neighborhoods, hosts and performers."Co-organizing the festival has been a performance of its own, as we curate shows, venues, and neighborhoods with an intention of creating intimate, site-specific art that builds social capital," Zadov said. the day of each event at chicagohtf.org---Host: Chicago Home Theater Festival co-organizer Blake Russell Featured artists: Darling Shear (dance), Emily Anderson and Harrison George (improv), Liana Percoco (short film) and others Blake Russell says: "Our place always has people visiting—for lessons, for conversation, for drinks, for chess. The night we're hosting [Wednesday, May 1] they've got their 'Buddy System' special: beer and a shot combo.