Whet your appetite, Chicago! This summer, Albany Park Theater Project serves up an inspiring celebration of food, family and tradition “that is nothing short of delicious” (Chicago Sun-Times).
APTP’s “sublimely gifted youth ensemble” (Chicago Sun-Times) returns to Goodman Theatre with a new production of Feast, a theatrical love letter to Chicago’s diverse food culture and joyful cooking traditions. Featuring heart-warming stories gathered from Chicago’s kitchens, street corners, butchers, bodegas, farmers and fishermen, Feast is a collection of tales celebrating the nourishment and delight that come from good food, passionately prepared.
This new production of Feast will serve up a host of brand new material alongside returning favorite stories from the original production.
HALF-PRICED DISCOUNT! Get half-priced main floor seats for performances 7/24 – 7/31. Use code APTP! (Not valid on previously purchased tickets or in combination with other offers.)
It’s a tough job, but some theater company’s got to do it. To gather inspiration and stories for this summer’s new production of Feast, APTP company members cooked and samples cuisines from around the globe. To whet your appetite for Feast, here’s a gallery of images from some of our culinary adventures.
APTP Artistic Director David Feiner speaks with Goodman Theatre’s OnStage Editor Michael Mellini about revisiting Feast, exploring Chicago’s thriving food scene, and the fifth collaboration between APTP and the Goodman.
Albany Park Theater Project will stage two productions in 2015, the first highlighted by a new collaboration with Third Rail Projects and the second by a continued partnership with Goodman Theatre. Tickets for both productions go on sale in Spring, 2015.