Autumn Muse Festival

Tales of Herror

Oct 28–29 at 7:30pm

Chicago’s finest female-identified artists explore the fears, surprises, griefs and circumstances of womanhood. We’ll raise the roof with no holds barred storytelling, dance, music, poetry, sketch comedy, and visual/digital arts. Women lovers and radical feminists of all genders and ages welcome. Tickets: $15

Blacula: Young, Black and Undead

Staged Reading Oct 30–31 at 10:30pm

By Reginald Edmund
Directed by Ilesa Duncan

Pegasus brings back to life last year’s hit. When ‘professional prankster’ Franklin Park tries to win back the affection of lost love Nicollet, he discovers there’s a new man in the picture.

To his horror and everyone’s disbelief, the new guy is a vampire. Can he save Nicollet and perhaps, the world? A haunting, hilarious tale about being black and ordinary confronting supernaturally extraordinary circumstances. Tickets: $10