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Chicago Actors' Call to Action We are holding events every month across Chicago, each one focusing on a particular cause and organization. We are aiming to work with groups involved with the ...

Chicago Actors' Call to Action “Bringing together our unique talents to inspire action and assist local and national organizations that need our support Love And Action In Chicago ” We are holding events every month across Chicago each one focusing on a particular cause and organization We are aiming to work with groups involved with the environment LBGT issues minority groups women’s health immigration refugees education civil rights and other issues   If you’d like to be kept uptodate with our events and action ideas please sign up for our newsletter here     Line up announced for Mon Sept 18th Here is our amazing line up of performers for Monday 18th September Uncommon Ground Tickets from here We are delighted and honored to reveal Laura Crotte as our guest Emcee for Septembers event Hailing from Mexico where she developed a career as theater actress stage director vocalist and educator Laura has performed in full productions and staged readings with some of the main theaters in Chicago Goodman Steppenwolf Chicago Dramatists Silk Road Rising 16th Street Aguijòn Teatrovista Chopin Raven and Chicago Children’s  As a vocalist she has collaborated and been featured in Chicago Symphony Orchestra House of Blues Old Town School of Folk Music Hot House and Latino Cultural Center in UIC Her touring with theater productions include many cities in Mexico Cuzco Buenos Aires La Havana and Montreal   We have more guests and performers to announce soon but make sure you get your tickets now Its at Uncommon Ground Edgewater on Monday Sept 18th doors open at 7pm   To raise money and highlight the work of MALDEF We are back at UncommonGround in Edgewater for our first event after the summer break Date for your diary is Monday September 18th 1401 W Devon Ave from 7pm We are delighted to be working with MALDEF who are ‘the lawyers for the hispanic community’ Find out more about their work here More news to come soon about how to get tickets and who is in the show UPDATE 07 05 2017 We are delighted to announce our full line up for Monday 10th July at Stage 773 on Belmont Proceeds go to RefugeeOne and all their amazing work   Here is the line up its going to be an amazing night Tickets from here Mia Park will be hosting Donica Lynn Patrick Andrews Sadieh Rifai Kim Schultz Owais Ahmed and Christine Bunuan UPDATE 06 26 17 We are delighted to welcome Mia Park miapark com as our special guest Emcee for July 10th at Stage 773 The benefit is to raise awareness and funds for Refugees and proceeds go the amazing work of RefugeeOne Mia began professionally acting in 1997 hosting the Chicago cable TV access dance show ChicAGoGo Her acting career has brought her on stage in film on television and on the radio She loves sharing stories and life experiences through different character perspectives Yoga became an immediate passion for Mia during her first class in 2002  Teaching since 2006 Mia is grateful for this transformative and healing practice Music is Mias fist love and shes played drums and sang in many Chicago bands She produces and performs in an annual rock music fund raiser called Covers for Cover benefitting womens organizations Tickets for the event can be bought from here   UPDATE 06 22 17 Our next event is to raise money and awareness for refugees and specifically for the organization RefugeeOne RefugeeOne creates opportunity for refugees fleeing war terror and persecution to build new lives of safety dignity and selfreliance   Every year RefugeeOne serves more than 2500 refugees and immigrants of all ages ethnic groups faiths and backgrounds Our primary focus is to assist these resilient individuals in becoming independent selfsupporting members of their new community   They actively work with refugees to find housing work papers and safe and secure communities to live in And we are delighted to be partnering with them We are holding a Benefit Evening at Stage 773 on Monday July 10th more details to follow and you can read more about the extraordinary work of RefugeeOne here   UPDATE 06 02 17 June 12th Benefit for Equality Illinois Line Up announced We are delighted to announce the line up for our June 12th Event at Uncommon Ground 1401 W Devon Ave Previously announced guest Emcee Delia Kropp is introducing a stellar line up of actors and singers from across the LGBTQ community all accompanied by the tireless Chuck Larkin Garcia Delia Kropp Ted Hoerl Lucy Smith Becca Brown Jordan Dell Harris Matthew Huston and Donny Acosta   Garcia is a poet writer and cofounder of Queer House Chicago veteran Ted Hoerl lists himself as a professional homosexual and has worked at Goodman Remy Bumppo Writers Theatre Eclipse CityLit Oak Park and many more over 45 years he will be performing a piece devised by Susan Lieberman a Jeffawardwinning and Emmynominated playwright Joining them are Lucy Smith Becca Brown Jordan Dell Harris Matthew Huston and Donny Acosta Tickets are available for 20 12 with industry02 code at checkout from here UPDATE 05 26 17 Our next wonderful benefit will be held on Monday June 12th back at Uncommon Ground in Edgewater Show starts at 730pm but doors open at 7pm so you can get your seat and order drinks and food from your table Proceeds are going to the vital work of Equality Illinois who work tirelessly to advance equal treatment and social justice through education advocacy and protection of the rights of the LGBT community The line up is coming together and we are excited to announce that our Emcee for the evening is the amazing Delia Kropp a company member with Pride Films and Plays  Before gender transitioning Delia Kropp trained in England and Chicago and acted with a variety of Chicago companies including The Goodman Red Twist Griffin Lifeline and Pegasus Players She won Best Supporting Actor for her work as Alan in “Equus” at Michigan’s renowned Boarshead Theatre She has also directed a number of productions for Chicago storefront and educational institutions Delia’s female acting career began with “Raggedy And” at Pride Films and Plays in 2016 Check back here and on facebook for further announcements of the line up Its going to be an amazing night but places are limited so make sure you buy your tickets ahead of time from here if you are industry use the code industry02 for 8 off UPDATE 04 25 17 Benefit evening to raise awareness and funds for Mental Health We are going underground for our fifth event  We are delighted to be partnering with Erasing the Distance to raise money for the work they do in the community The line up is still being finalized but tickets are available here and you can find out more about the vital work that Erasing the Distance do here Put the date in your diary and check back here for more details   We are delighted to announce that Andrea Salloum from the acclaimed Kidworks Touring Theatre Company will be performing at our event at Theater Wit on Monday 17th April Andrea Artistic Director of Kidworks will use audience participation to reenact a scene from her play ‘Endangered Animals Whats a Kid to Do’   Andrea has served as the ArtisticExecutive Director of Kidworks Touring Theatre Co since 1995 where she has researched and developed over 50 productions including ‘Global Warming Whats a Kid to Do’ and the sequel ‘Endangered Animals Whats a Kid to Do’  In addition she is a veteran Chicago Actor having performed in the original cast of TonynTinas Wedding as well as at Second City Chicago Shakespeare Chicago Lyric Opera Lookingglass Silk Road and Oak Park Festival   Currently Andrea is studying with James Franco in his Masters Acting Program in Los Angeles We are in the heart of the Theatre District on Belmont for an evening of musical education and theatre Find out how you can play your part in going green defending the great lakes and helping to sustain our beautiful planet Doors open at 7pm at Theatre Wit 1229 West Belmont Ave and we are delighted to have the harmonious talented voices of trio Foiled Again headlining and to welcome back the extraordinarily talented Donica Lynn More acts to be announced soon so check back for more info and you can buy your tickets from our site now here   Tickets are only 20 no booking fee and all this goes to the vita work of the Natural Resources Defense Council who fight for the planet More about them here   Stars set for a wonderful evening for ACLU Monday 20th March We’re just putting the finishing touches to our benefit concert to raise funds for the American Civil Liberties Union Irvine Welsh author of Trainspotting is headlining and there are still opportunities to get your tickets here only 20 no booking fee For that you’ll be graced with the ferocious talents of some of Chicagos finest performers including Isabel Quintero Ross Lehman Keely Vazquez actors from Griffin Theatre Coco ShoNell and our amazing host Avi Roque all taking place at La Taberna in UIC Village There is also a stellar list of raffle prizes so treat yourself to some wonderful entertainment in a delicious tapas restaurant and raise some money for a great cause Monique Hanson from ACLU confirmed for Monday 20th MONIQUE HANSON We are delighted to announce that ACLU Illinoiss Development Director is coming to join us at our Monday March 20th Event  Ms Hanson joined the state’s largest and oldest civil rights and civil liberties organization last September after holding senior leadership positions at YMCA of the USA in Chicago and NPR in Washington DC Monique told us “The creative community has always been at the forefront of issues associated with the first amendment In Chicago we have a long and proud tradition of artists journalists and the ACLU coming together to speak truth to power and we’re proud to have Chicago Actors Call to Action’s focus on our work for the month of March It’s inspiring to see Chicago’s acting community come out in support of social justice issues The series of monthly events they put together shines a spotlight on the values our communities share which are threatened on a daily basis in the current political climate Love And Action In Chicago  Like Chicago Actors Call to Action the ACLU of Illinois is working in every community in Chicago to ensure free expression and equality for all people ” Tickets for the event at La Taberna Tapas 7pm can be bought direct from us here no booking fee and all the proceeds go directly to ACLU Full lineup announced for March ACLU event IRVINE WELSH ISABEL QUINTERO ROSS LEHMAN DONICA LYNN KEELY VASQUEZ COCO SHONELL GRIFFIN THEATRE COMPANY AVI ROQUE and RONALD KING not pictured Its quite a line up Apart from our special guest author and sometime actor Irvine Welsh we have ISABEL QUINTERO ROSS LEHMAN DONICA LYNN KEELY VASQUEZ COCO SHONELL BILL MASSOLIA from GRIFFIN THEATRE COMPANY RONALD KING and our host AVI ROQUE It promises to be a spectacular evening of quality performances in a great setting in the UIC Village La Taberna Tapas Tickets are now available here dont delay     UPDATE 3 1 17 With our successful NAACP February campaign behind us we turn our attention to the ACLU Illinois chapter for March Our goal is to raise awareness and funds for the critical work of the American Civil Liberties Union We’ll be posting action points frequently sign up for our newsletter above to keep in touch and make sure you follow our facebook feed  And continue to spread the word about what we do But the big news for the month is our next event which is shaping up to be our best yet It will be held on Monday March 20 at La Taberna Tapas from 7pm a delicious restaurant in the heart of UIC Village just up from Maxwell Street  Joining us for an extravaganza of music and theatre is renowned novelist Irvine Welsh Trainspotting just in time for the release of the longawaited sequel Trainspotting 2 based on his novel Porno the incredible voice of Isabel Quintero fresh out of Porchlights In the Heights the distinguished Ross Lehman a veteran of Broadway and a mainstay of the Chicago theater scene the amazing Donica Lynn artists from Griffin Theatre performing pieces from the highly anticipated In to America and music from the sumptuous CoCo ShoNell This is just a taste more information to come so make sure you snap up your tickets here and tell your friends and colleagues too Come for the ACLU the incredible raffle prizes and the entertainment stay for the phenomenal sangria and octopus IRVINE WELSH ISABEL QUINTERO ROSS LEHMAN update 2 24 17 A few hours ago we reached our 2000 target for donations to NAACP Chicago Southside Our Founder and Managing Director Lee Wichman said “I want to thank everyone who has actively stood up by attending our first two events participating volunteering andor donating to our beneficiaries We raised 2000 each for Planned Parenthood and NAACP thus far” This is great achievement so thanks to all of you who came to the event spread the word and shared our message Together we can make a difference THE PROMONTORY HYDE PARK Our second benefit concert last night was a wonderful occasion full of passion beautiful words and uplifting music We raised 1700 for the vital work of NAACP Chicago Southside and gave our some amazing raffle prizes If you missed it there is still time to donate here  Full report and pictures of the event to follow UPDATE 2 15 17 Banu Newell Onam Lansana & Nile Lansana Rebirth stars slamming on the 19th Feb We are delighted to announce that Rebirth – winners of the 2016 Louder Than a Bomb city wide poetry slam competition – are performing at our Benefit Concert on Sunday 19th February at The Promontory  They were honored to represent Chicago in the international Brave New Voices youth poetry slam competition where they placed fourth and performed at the Kennedy Center They are delighted to be helping raise money for NAACP Southside Chicago Get your tickets now UPDATE 2 9 17 Chicago Veteran Actor André Teamer “Thrilled” to be on board for Sunday 19th André Teamer has been a Chicago actor for over 25 years He is a company member of MPAACT and Black Ensemble He has performed throughout Chicagoland at theatres such as The Goodman Steppenwolf Writers Theatre Black Ensemble Eclipse Chicago Dramatists Court Next Congo Square LookingGlass Chicago Childrens MPAACT Theatre 7 Windy City Playhouse TimeLine Victory Gardens  Pegasus Players and many others His television credits include The Playboy Club Chicago P D and Empire “I am thrilled to lend my voice to help raise awareness for such an important cause Thank you Lee Wichman and CACTA ” Get your tickets now UPDATE 2 8 2017 Denzel from The Scottsboro Boys is on deck for Feb 19th The talented musical theatre star Denzel Tsopnang is confirmed for our Sunday night party He holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from Millikin University You can currently see him as Mr Bones in The Scottsboro Boys with Porchlight Music Theatre info here Some of his Chicago credits include Annie Warbucks Theatre at the Center Smokey Joes Cafe Drury Lane Oakbrook Velveteen Rabbit Marriott Theatre Heathers The Musical Kokandy Productions Northanger Abbey Lifeline Theatre South Pacific and Guys and Dolls Light Opera Works See him play Coalhouse Walker in Ragtime this fall Griffin Theatre   UPDATE 2 6 2017 Ashley J Hicks confirmed for Feb 19th We are delighted to confirm that the amazing Ashley J Hicks is going to be performing at our Benefit for NAACP on February 19th Get your tickets now Heres a bit about the show shes currently in “BAD WORD MEAN WORD UGLY WORD UGLY ME ” Beautifully Broken explores one womans desire to find her place in society as a black woman with Albinism Ashley J Hicks lovingly know as Ash is an actorwriter in Chicago Since moving to the windy city in 2010 she has worked very hard to carve out a space for herself within the theater scene Ashley hopes to continue to produce work that engages and unifies the masses of Chicago and beyond Check out her solo show Beautifully Broken at the Greenhouse Theater on February 25th at 11pm UPDATE 2 3 2017 Lynne Jordan confirmed for Feb 19th We are delighted to confirm that the extraordinary Lynne Jordan is returning to The Promontory for our February 19th event Have a watch below and get your tickets now UPDATE 2 1 2017 Our February Event is launched Following our successful inaugural event for Planned Parenthood this month were still collecting donations see below and as of now we’ve raised 1960 we are holding a benefit to celebrate Black History Month in support of NAACP We have teamed up with the Chicago Southside Branch of NAACP and are planning another incredible evening to be held at The Promontory at 5311 S Lake Park Ave in Hyde Park This time were holding the event on a Sunday evening Feb 19th 7pm More details to follow but tickets are available now from their site   Update 1 31 2017 Final push for donations for Planned Parenthood We have less than 24 hours left to try and reach our goal of 2000 for Planned Parenthood Weve had an amazing response and a wonderful event so help us to get over the line Thats only about 250 more or 10 an hour more or less Donate to Planned Parenthood Click on the button here to donate UPDATE 1 24 2017 A wonderful evening and 1500 raised on the night Our inaugural event happened last night 23rd January and we are pleased to announce we raised 1500 for Planned Parenthood from the evening this doesnt count people whove donated online Thank you to all who came and all our amazing performers Watch this space for more information about our next event If you would like to be kept informed about future events please add your name to our mailing list and well be in touch we promise we wont bombard you with emails   Chicago’s acting community reaches across all demographics and areas both geographically and socially Our skills are to communicate tell stories engage and interact – and our reach is broad We feel that there must be something we can all do together in addition to our shows and readings that utilizes our unique talents to help those that need our support If you work for an organization or know of one that would like to work with us get in touch with our beneficiaries manager James here