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Jun23
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Festivals, Fairs & Special Events, Theatre & Performing Arts

2022 Co-MISSION Festival of New Works


Join us for two groundbreaking weekends of new performance and public events.
This season’s CoMISSION artists uncannily reflect the rich and poignant works created by Chicago’s Black and Asian performance creators over the last year.
Hybrid: In-person at Links Hall & livestreaming on YouTube.
Thursday, June 16, 7pm – Nejla Yatkin A Dance Without A Name
Friday, June 17, 7pm – Mario LaMothe Assotto’s Child at the Altar // Helen Lee Untitled
Saturday, June 18, 7pm – Nejla Yatkin A Dance Without A Name
Sunday, June 19*, 7pm – Cat Mahari Blk Ark: the Impossible Manifestation (Work-in-Progress) // KJ Light & Eternal Resolve 3/4
*Juneteenth Performance: FREE for Black audience members in honor of the Juneteenth holiday (with promo code JUNE19)
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Thursday, June 23, 7pm – Jaerin Son Dogs or Cats; Augmented Body
Friday, June 24, 7pm – Jaerin Son Dogs or Cats; Augmented Body
Saturday, June 25, 7pm – Helen Lee Untitled // Cat Mahari Blk Ark: the Impossible Manifestation (Work-in-Progress)
Sunday, June 26, 7pm – KJ Light & Eternal Resolve 3/4 // Mario LaMothe Assotto’s Child at the Altar
all prices include ticketing fees
General Admission: $30 single performance
Student/Industry: $20 single performance (with promo code INDTIX)
Festival Pass: $100 ($120 value), access to any 4 performances.
Student/Industry Festival Pass: $70, (with promo code INDPASS)
*Juneteenth Performance: FREE for Black audience members in honor of the Juneteenth holiday (with promo code JUNE19)
Livestream: FREE. Those who are able are encouraged to purchase tickets to support artists fees.
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