October 7 - November 4
Thursday - Sunday 8:00pm
Preston Bradley Center
941 W Lawrence Ave
Chicago, IL 60640
Inspired by a concert held in the Paris Catacombs in 1897, Les Innocents/The Innocents is an immersive queer thriller for every soul. Prowl the catacombs like ghosts and follow Gui, a composer on a quest for love as they conjure spirits, confront death, and create light. In the Empire of the Dead, chaos reigns and the hungry survive. We'll see you in the catacombs.
ASL Interpreted Show Friday, October 19th
This show is recommended for ages 16 and up.
Content warnings: death/afterlife, dim lighting, suicide, religious content, and strong language.
Parts of this performance will require patrons to stand for a few minutes. If you need accommodation or have any concerns, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Public transportation: the building is within walking distance of the Lawrence Red Line station and the #151 Sheridan bus (at Sheridan/Lawrence) and the #36 Broadway bus (at Broadway/Lawrence).
Street parking is limited, please allow ample time for parking if driving.
Online tickets sales will end one hour prior to performances. At that time tickets will be available at the box office.
Student, industry, group, and other discounts available contact email@example.com for details.
Emilie Modaff: Gui
Vahishta Vafadari: Mathilde
Amanda Forman: Jacques
Andrew Lund: Veronique
Deanalís Resto: Helene
Maggie Miller: Adele
Alec Phan: Ignace
Matt Lunt: Valentin
Erich Peltz: Thibaut
Levi Shrader: Pascal
Brice Baron: U/S
Amelia Bethel: U/S
Caitlin McManus: U/S
Kelly Schmidt: U/S
Ann Kreitman: Director/Writer
Mary O'Rourke: Choreographer
Molly Donahue: Dramaturg
Daniella Wheelock: Assistant Director
Berit Godo: Assistant Choreographer
Sarai Moore: Production Manager
Autumn McGarr: Stage Manager
Tristan Chiruvolu: Assistant Stage Manager
Matt Reich: Sound Designer
Chas Mathieu: Set Designer
Erika Clauson: Costume Designer
Kate Hardiman: Lighting Designer
Karissa Murrell Myers: Casting Director
This project is partially supported by a CityArts Grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events
This project is partially supported by a grant from The Arch & Bruce Brown Foundation