FEOS Destinos 3rd Chicago International Latino Theater Festival

Due to circumstances beyond our control, Feos has been cancelled for the time being. The Chicago Latino Theater Alliance is still working with government officials to bring this production at a later date during Destinos: 3rd Chicago International Latino Theater Festival. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your continued support. 



Feos is a visual feast of Bunraku-style puppetry incorporating stop motion projections. This intimate portrayal of two strangers who meet by chance at a movie theater,examines our perception of beauty, and explores the idea of what it means to be loved. It challenges audiences to look at their own faults with honesty and acceptance.

Tickets $30, $25 (seniors), $20 (students)


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Winner - Grand Jury Prize Berlin International Film Festival.
Critic's Pick - New York Times

Sunday Sep 29th @ 3pm - Félicité, stars Congolese musician Véro Tshanda Beya Mputu as Congolese bar singer on a frantic search for her teenage son through the streets of Kinshasa, Congo. (English subtitles).

Director Alain Gomis in person.

Tickets $9. (Discussion with light reception)

A Chopin Theatre presentation co-organized with Michael Gott, Center for Film & Media Studies, University of Cincinnati, and Valentine Umansky, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, as part of Alain Gomis's Midwestern retrospective.  Supported by the Cultural Services at the Consulate General of France in Chicago.


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The Silence in Harrow House Rough House Theatre

Back by Popular demand

During its original run last year, The Walls of Harrow House was a sold-out sensation and received much critical acclaim including NewCity calling it "a delightfully unnerving fusion of ambiance and story" and the Chicago Reader saying "Lead puppet designer Grace Needlman's macabre creations really are something to behold."

You are invited to a once-in-a-lifetime tour of Harrow House, the secluded home and studio of Milton Harrow, the world's most influential and reclusive architect. With no guide but your instincts, you will be set loose in the infamous home to discover its secrets

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AUDIENCE by Vaclav Havel

30th anniversary of Velvet Revolution, a decisive moment in Czech modern history

4pm - Performed by Kaspar Theater Company of Czech Republic, AUDIENCE belongs to a trilogy of partly autobiographical one-act plays abased on Vaclav Havel's experience of being forced to work in a brewery and under constant harassment from the Communist regime.

In Czech with English subtitles.

Complimentary admission, RSVP required


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30th anniversary of Velvet Revolution, a decisive moment in Czech modern history

This legendary Prague rock band began in 1979 and belonged to a new generation of young independent bands inspired by punk, postpunk, pub rock and new wave. In the 1980s (under former communist regime) Garage was allowed to play officially (sometimes), but never permitted to play for money and unable to publish official albums.

330pm - Lunch/Conversation "Absurdities of life before Solidarity, Berlin Wall & Velvet Revolution" w/Garage & guests

5pm - Concert (75 mins; Main Stage).

Complimentary admission, RSVP required


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Đight of Hispanic Flow

Ñight of Hispanic Flow will bring together the best of the Hispanic poets, comedians, musicians, dancers and visual artists.


A part of the Chopin Theatre's Worldview initiative, which seeks to introduce Chicago audiences to the multiple varieties of art created by international communities.


Tix $20.  All funds to the performers



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