The Pegasus Theatre Proudly Presents The Spring MUSE Festival: Migrations & Journeys, April 2nd-17th!

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Don’t miss the Spring MUSE Festival: Migrations & Journeys: Inspired by the Great Migration Centennial Celebration presented by the Pegasus Theatre Company, April 2nd-17th at Chicago Dramatists! 

Events include:

April 2: Queens Domain
An evening of poetry, music and dance
Curated and hosted by L11
Featured artists include: Bella Bahhs, Mel, Syd Shaw, Khala Elizabeth, Mama Se, L11, B Dot Hill, K Love, Sylvie Grace and Windy Indie

April 8: Queens Domain
An evening of poetry, music and dance
Curated and hosted by L11
Featured artists include: Bella Bahhs, Mel, Syd Shaw, Khala Elizabeth, Mama Se, L11, B Dot Hill, K Love, Sylvie Grace and Windy Indie

April 9: Black Lives, Black Words
Reginald Edmund (producing curator for Black Lives, Black Words; literary manager for Pegasus Theatre Chicago; resident playwright at Chicago Dramatists) curates an evening of performance to raise funds for the Flint, MI water crisis relief efforts. Free admission!

April 10: Great Migration Legacy Panel Discussion

Artists of Color Town Hall: “100 Years Post Migration: Who Can Tell Our Stories?”

Reginald Edmund (producing curator for Black Lives, Black Words; literary manager for Pegasus Theatre Chicago; resident playwright at Chicago Dramatists) and Chicago actor/arts educator Ashley Honoré moderate

There will also be staged readings of Rutherford’s Travels set to music April 15th-17th with a special reception with Charles Johnson at 6pm on Saturday, April 16th; tickets are $25 (additional donor options $50-$300). 

MUSE Fest Passes are only $25 for three events, or $30 for three events + the Rutherford’s Travels readings; one-time passes are $10. 

Rutherford’s Travels is $12 general admission, $10 for students. 

The MUSE Festival is taking place at Chicago Dramatists (1105 W. Chicago Ave. (theater entrance 773 N. Aberdeen St.)

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