Spend New Years Eve with Neo-Futurists

new-years-toastToo Much Light” New Year’s Eve

On Thursday, December 31, doors open at The Neo-Futurarium at 9:30 p.m. for non-alcoholic refreshments and hors d’oeuvres provided by Whole Foods Market Sauganash. A performance of Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind, created by Greg Allen, begins promptly at 11:00 p.m. (no admittance after 11:00 p.m.) The performance ends at 12 midnight with a New Year’s toast and The Neo-Futurists’ signature pizza. Admission is $40. Advance tickets are required and available online at www.neofuturists.org. Although “Too Much Light” New Year’s Eve is an all-ages show, it is not appropriate for children.

  • Thursday, December 31, 2009
  • Doors open at 9:30 p.m. for non-alcoholic refreshments and hors d’oeuvres provided by Whole Foods Market Sauganash
  • All-ages performance of Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind begins at 11:00 p.m. sharp — no admittance after 11:00 p.m.
  • New Years’ Toast and pizza at midnight

ADVANCE TICKETS REQUIRED ($40): www.neofuturists.org

For more information, call 773-275-5255

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ensemble07 The Neo-Futurists announce their 21st anniversary shows, holiday break, and New Year’s Eve celebration for Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind. This December, The Neo-Futurists celebrate 21 successful years of Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind (30 plays in 60 minutes) by offering a collection of their best plays. Audiences are in for special treats as both current and alumni members are eligible to perform. Then, Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind takes a holiday break (December 25 through 27), returning for a special New Year’s Eve performance on December 31.

The Neo-Futurists

The Neo-Futurists, performers of Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind and over 60 other original, full-length productions, are a collective of wildly productive writer/director/performers who are committed to creating immediate, non-illusory, unreproducible events at headslappingly affordable prices. Too Much Light has been performed in Chicago for 21 continuous years, making it the longest-running show in the city.

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