Sold out through December 17! We have been successful getting people tickets through our wait lists for nearly every performance. We truly do want you to experience Learning Curve! To receive announcements if we are able to add more performances, make sure you’re on our email list and follow us on Facebook.
Learning Curve is an immersive performance that places you within the walls of a Chicago public high school and in the shoes of its students. With each step, you’ll experience the real-life triumphs and struggles of students, teachers and parents during the years that hopefully lead to a high school diploma.
Learning Curve is not recommended for audience members who are uncomfortable standing, walking, or climbing stairs. Children under 14 will not be admitted.
Learning Curve is produced in association with Goodman Theatre. The Lead Production Sponsor is Impact 100 Chicago.
For information on StarrHouse, our additional programming for Learning Curve, please click here.
Chicago Tribune//Morgan Greene: “Welcome to the future home of Ellen Gates Starr High School,” announces Albany Park Theater Project co-founder David Feiner, smiling, unable to stand still.
Chicago Reader//Aimee Levitt: In a lot of ways, Ellen Gates Starr High School in Logan Square isn’t much different from other CPS neighborhood schools. Enrollment and funding are down, and the school is on probation: the results of standardized tests from this year, currently in session, will determine whether it stays open.
Chicago Sun-Times//Hedy Weiss: Think of it as a fantasia on life in a Chicago public high school, performed throughout the three floors of an actual school building by actors who are either still in high school or have just begun college.