Saturday, April 7, 2012


RECOMMENDED! "Whimsical and often funny."
Julie Thiel, Chicago Reader

"What can those attending expect? To be surprised, which is more than half the fun."
Leanne Star, Chicago Splash Magazine

We are pleased to announce the second extension of The Rest Unknown: how to live and how to die inspired by Maira Kalman’s idiosyncratic blog turned book The Principles of Uncertainty.

Because each tour is limited to an intimate number of only twelve people and due to enthusiastic community response, The Rest Unknown is now playing 9 more times! Chicagoans with fond memories of many winter hours marveling at the Art Institute or discovering neighborhood details on spring afternoon walks have the chance to relive their halcyon days with this production.

The space inhabited on each step of the tour is alternatively airy and light or cheerfully curated chaos. The transforming storefronts offer a dance studio, a gallery featuring work of local artists, a cozy nook of maps, an exhibit of personal collections (including a collection of audience members’ voices that is simultaneously uploaded to tumblr), an afternoon tea party, and a few more surprises along the way.

Wednesday, April 11th at 8pm
Mondays and Tuesdays, April 16th-May 8th, 8pm

Tours are at 5344 West Lawrence Avenue which is conveniently located one block west of Milwaukee and Lawrence; available by the Blue Line and the Lawrence and Milwaukee buses.

SPACE IS LIMMITED! We strongly encourage buying tickets in advance!

For now, click HERE to listen to our audience voice collection!

We hope to see you soon!