(Mis)Guided Environmental Tour Up Next at Neo-Futurists in Chicago, Mar. 6

News   (Mis)Guided Environmental Tour Up Next at Neo-Futurists in Chicago, Mar. 6 CHICAGO -- A (mis)Guided Environmental Tour with Literary Pretensions, not to be confused for a single moment with Dostoevsky's masterpiece, Crime & Punishment, is the latest concoction from the cutting-edge Neo-Futurists.

CHICAGO -- A (mis)Guided Environmental Tour with Literary Pretensions, not to be confused for a single moment with Dostoevsky's masterpiece, Crime & Punishment, is the latest concoction from the cutting-edge Neo-Futurists. Greg Allen and Connor Kalista have concocted a very interactive performance experience in which audience members, armed with flashlights and audio tours, will venture through all 13 rooms of the sprawling "Neo-Futurarium" at 5153 N. Ashland Ave. in order to uncover and create evidence of a crime.

Opening Mar. 6, the environmental work explores not only the second-floor complex, but the nature of guilt and culpability -- drawing material from creators ranging from Sophocles to Johnny Cash.

-- By Lawrence Bommer
Chicago Correspondent

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