Chicago's ETA Theatre Concludes Season, June 15

News   Chicago's ETA Theatre Concludes Season, June 15
 
CHICAGO--Chicago's busiest African-American theatre, ETA Creative Arts Foundation, closes its 27th season on June 15 with a blast from the past, a nostalgic look back at the sizzling nightclub era of Chicago's South Side. Writer-director Okoro Harold Johnson's play focuses on a family of musical artists who play a prominent role in the illustrious musical history of the Bronzeville area from the 1920s through the 1950s. For information call (773) 752-3955.

CHICAGO--Chicago's busiest African-American theatre, ETA Creative Arts Foundation, closes its 27th season on June 15 with a blast from the past, a nostalgic look back at the sizzling nightclub era of Chicago's South Side. Writer-director Okoro Harold Johnson's play focuses on a family of musical artists who play a prominent role in the illustrious musical history of the Bronzeville area from the 1920s through the 1950s. For information call (773) 752-3955. -- By Lawrence Bommer
Chicago Correspondent

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