Wednesday, June 07, 2006

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This Wednesday & Thursday marks the opening of Vaudeville Underground's Sixth Stupendous Season! Featuring the newest Logan Square Dance Company: Chicago Ballet! Ottavio Canestrelli summersaulting on stilts, Luna Blues Machine singing up a storm, crowd favorite Zetta the Clown, all that, and a whole lot more! Logan Square's very own top banana is back!

Join us, won't you.

When: June 7th & 8th Wed & Thurs 7:30pm

Where: Glade Memorial Hall
2640 W Altgeld Ave
Admission: 12 dollars for adults
6 dollars children ages 6-12

The amazing and talented performers for the June show include:

Luna Blues Machine, The Chicago Ballet, Zetta the Clown, AMEBA: Aerial & Acrobatic Dance Co., Ottavio Canestrelli, Dharmesh Bhagat, Matiss Duhon, Abu Ansari, and Two Girls and an Audience.

To reserve tickets call 773.782.9471, or for additional information visit

Vaudeville Underground: is a modern day variety show consisting of nine short, entertaining or intriguing acts predominantly unrelated, usually odd, beautiful, funny, or grand. Come join us! A Whitman's sampler, if you will, of all the best performance Chicago has to offer! In the community; For the community!

Vaudeville Underground has been highlighted in the Chicago Sun-Times, Chicago Tribune, NBC Channel 5, The Daily Herald, Citylink, CTA TV, UR Chicago, and The Nude Hippo Show!

Vaudeville Underground is presented in partnership with Nazareth UCC, which is committed to building bridges in the community, and so generously shares its space with us and you.

Bake Sale After the Show!: Featuring lots of goodies and a chance to meet the artists, meet your neighbors, and discuss the work! Proceeds benefit Nazareth UCC and Fine Arts for Kids of Logan Square.

The Arts Alliance is committed to bring quality performance into Logan Square. This show is for you. We look forward to seeing you: Our neighbors and our friends.

We went tonight. It was fabulous and strange, and the small quirks in performances were graceful. Real people decided to put this show on, and they did it mostly very well. I kept imagining the rehearsals, and decided that the planned wackiness made the show even better.


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