Chicago. Southside. 1963. The Robert Taylor Housing Projects are completed, and black families are given hope. Community forms and Taylor is full of music, food, and a self-sustained economy. But as time progresses, things change and violence increases, and the women step up to protect their community. Suddenly black people have to question: is this our home or just a failing project? Experience the real history and stories taken from interviews with residents and historians. The Project(s) gives voice to the black residents of Chicago's early housing projects. Performances of The Project(s) will be live, not pre-recorded, capturing the excitement and interactivity of an onstage show in an online performance.
Presented by Stage Left Theatre
Thru - Nov 26, 2020