Governors State University Center For Performing Arts
UNIVERSITY PARK | Governors State University welcomes Orbert Davis and the Chicago Jazz Philharmonic ensemble for “Mardi Gras Carnival” March 1 at the Center for Performing Arts, for a celebration of the food and music that gives New Orleans its distinct character.
UNIVERSITY PARK | In celebration of African American History month, Governors State University’s Student Life Department will present the second annual awards show, “Black Women Rock.” The show honors and acknowledges the contributions of GSU students, faculty and community leaders at the un…
UNIVERSITY PARK | Two Women. Two Stories. One Night. Chicago-based performers Medina Perine and Penelope Walker will be performing their one-woman shows "Hair Crownicles" and "Sugar Funk" for one night only at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 7 at Governors State University Center for Performing Arts.
Medina Perine and Penelope Walker will be performing their one-woman shows "Hair Crownicles" and "Sugar Funk" at Governors State University Center for Performing Arts for one night only on Friday.
Penelope Walker portrays life with diabetes through humor while finding a sense of balance through family, fitness and spirituality.
Diana Stoic and Dan Richardson will perform songs about love and marriage at GSU.
Daniel and Caitlin Shirley are set to perform Feb. 9 in "Love and Marriage" at Governors State University in University Park.
UNIVERSITY PARK | A beloved holiday classic is returning to Governors State University on Dec. 7, “The Nutcracker,” performed by Salt Creek Ballet, returns to the Center for Performing Arts for two shows, at 1 and 5 p.m.
The Salt Creek Ballet will perform "The Nutcracker" on Dec. 7 at Governors State University in University Park. Tickets are on sale now at the Center's box office at www.centertickets.net or call (708) 235-2222.
UNIVERSITY PARK | Psychedelic. A Cultural Revolution. The Age of Aquarius. Hippie Love. It’s 1968 during the Vietnam War, and it’s the first war to be played out on television.
The cast of "HAIR" comes from 23 local suburbs and the city of Chicago. It opens this weekend at GSU's Center for Performing Arts.
Ailey II will perform Oct. 25 at Governors State University's Center for Performing Arts.
UNIVERSITY PARK | The 19th season at Governors State University Center for Performing Arts opens in July.
UNIVERSITY PARK | Rehearsals are under way for “HAIR,” the 2013 production of the Southland Theatre Ensemble at Governors State University. A total of 35 cast members were chosen following recent auditions. The cast and crew come from 22 communities, mostly in Chicago’s Southland.
UNIVERSITY PARK | How do you solve a problem like Maria?
UNIVERSITY PARK | Creation. Good and evil. Lust, greed and anger. Purification.
The Natya Dance Theatre explores the human spirit in its critically acclaimed performance.
UNIVERSITY PARK | John Wilkes Booth. Lee Harvey Oswald. Lynette “Squeaky” Fromme.
UNIVERSITY PARK | For the second straight year, The Chicago Community Trust has awarded a $50,000 grant to Governors State University Center for Performing Arts. The grant will be used to support GSU Center’s “One More Night” series, which brings the best in Chicago-area live performance to …
"A Christmas Carol" will be performed Dec. 5 at GSU.
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