Sideshow Theater Company has announced that its Juneteenth Pride Gala has been postponed to September. The gala, originally scheduled for Saturday, June 18, has been postponed due to rising COVID numbers and Sideshow’s desire to avoid conflicts with existing Pride and Juneteenth celebrations.
Sideshow Theater Company is a place where the curious can converge and change culture. It’s Sideshow’s mission to tap into the collective unconscious of the world we live in with boundless curiosity, drawing inspiration from the familiar stories, memories and images we all share to spark new conversations and bring people together. our audiences as adventurers in a shared experience of exploration.
Over its 15-year history, Sideshow is proud to have distinguished itself as a vital member of Chicago’s theater community. Sideshow received the 2016 Broadway In Chicago Emerging Theater Award from the League of Chicago Theatres. Sideshow is a multiple Jeff Award-winning theater and was listed on “Best of” lists in 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2018 by the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Reader, Time Out Chicago, and Chicago Sun-Times.
Sideshow is also the producer of Chicago League of Lady Arm Wrestlers (CLLAW), a hugely popular fundraiser held to benefit Sideshow Theater Company and other local community organizations. CLLAW has been featured in local and national press including The Washington Post, Reuters and Chicago Sun-Times and on WGN Morning News, ABC 7’s “Windy City Live” and CBS 2.
For more information about Sideshow Theater Company, visit SideshowTheatre.org.