- $15 for one ticket to Picture Imperfect (up to $30 value)
- When: any performance of your choice through April 4
- Where: Athenaeum Theatre
- Seating: general admission
- Door time: one hour before showtime
- Click here to view the performance schedule
Mary is an impoverished single mother with one goal: to keep her autistic son from being taken away from her, no matter what the cost. Based on true events, this new drama explores themes of guilt, hope, and familial love.
Art, dance, comedy, and theater collaborate to showcase thrilling works inside the Athenaeum Theatre, one of the oldest continuously operating off-Loop theaters in Chicago. When the building flung open its doors in 1911 on the campus of St. Alphonsus Catholic Church, it was used as a community center to bolster artistic appreciation and education and introduce Chicago to the world's first music, Morse code. Today, single musicians and groups share their melodies and playwrights display their latest scripts in one of four theaters, entertaining up to 984 audience members at once. Funny-bone ticklers and lecturing speakers also enlighten moods and minds with shows inside a 55-person reception room.