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LOUD VOICES is a 3 day performance series highlighting a different Chicagoland choreographer, social issue and organization each day! Each performance is slightly different, so you will want to attend more than one! Below you will find the breakdown of the performances as well as the donation items accepted and action items taking place!

ALL PERFORMANCES WILL TAKE PLACE AT:

City Farm Chicago

550 W Division St. Chicago, IL

FRIDAY, July 16th at 7PM

Live DJ starting at 6:30PM

FOOD INSECURITY

Choreographers

Ysaye McKeever, Keeley Morris, LOUD BODIES + Katlin Bourgeois

Donations

Food items accepted by The Love Fridge Chicago

VISIT their website for details on acceptable food donations and products 

Q&A post performance led by City Farm Chicago's Alex Pate 

SATURDAY, July 17th at 7PM

Live DJ starting at 6:30PM

The Delusion of the American Dream

Choreographers

Keeley Morris, Abby Darrow, LOUD BODIES + Katlin Bourgeois

Donations

Semicolon Bookstore + Gallery will be at our event with a cute, little pop up shop! Purchased books can be either kept for personal use, or donated back to Semicolon's Liberation Library: providing books to youth in prison. *Outside books will NOT be accepted as donations*


Q&A post performance led by Semicolon Bookstore + Gallery's  founder

SUNDAY, July 18th at 3PM

Live DJ starting at 2:30PM

Inequality in the Workplace

Choreographers

Abby Darrow, Ysaye McKeever, LOUD BODIES + Katlin Bourgeois

*Work-related petitions will be available to sign at the event via QR codes! If you have one- bring your device to sign a bunch before and after the performance!* 

Q+A Performance led by TBD

Things to expect....

  • This is an outdoor venue. Limited seating will be available at each event. Bring a chair or blanket to sit on and create your own, cute comfy space!

  • LOUD BODIES' earrings will be available for pickup at each performance ONLY via pre-order HEREhttps://loudbodiesdance.bigcartel.com/

    • + Additional LOUD BODIES' merch will be available for purchase at each performance

  • City Farm Chicago is not wheelchair accessible

  • Expect to be masked and ready to sanitize! We want this performance to be as safe as possible, so if you buy a ticket but aren't feeling too hot before the show, let us know! We will absolutely understand and refund you. Let's advocate for each other and keep other feeling good ~ :)