The future is bright for AETC! We have spent the last year in a collaborative effort with Mudlark Theatre that has borne fruit with the racially diverse cast and production of the play I.D. that was remounted with a sponsorship from The City of Evanston. Mayor Steve Hagerty and Pat Efiom spearheaded the effort and […]
I will be the guest speaker at the Evanston Interfaith Clergy and Leaders lunch on April 12 at noon. It will be held at the Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation on Dodge at the request of Rabbi Andrea of Beth Emet Synagogue. AETC is committed to using theater as the vehicle to talk about difficult issues. The […]
The Art of Evolution Theatre at Family Focus uses theatre games, scene study, and live performances to introduce and advance children of color in the theatre arts.This video, produced by Evanston Live TV goes behind the scenes to show how the Art of Evolution Theatre uses social skills to help the youth follow instructions, stay […]
The Art of Evolution Theatre Company (AETC) has partnered with The Piven Theatre Workshop. Piven will be granting 1 year scholarships to youth that complete AETC programming and requirements. We are excited about this opportunity and hope to help bring the theatre, through both AETC and Piven programming, to all communities and cultures. Special shout out to Jen Green, […]
Listen up everyone! The play Afrofuturism and Why Black Lives Matter will be opening in Evanston. The planned run will be for Nov 10th – 13th. More details next week…
The Play Afro-Futurism opens at ETHS with a successful 5 show run in one day! There were laughs, applause, and some deep thinking because of this production. There is only one show left on Monday at 7:30 p.m. at ETHS. Don’t miss this chance to experience the play that is a privilege to see.
The writer, the director, and the cast are preparing for the premiere of Afro-Futurism. Play write William Eason and Director Nicholia Aquirre have put together a thought and emotion provoking play that ask what if there was never slavery and Blacks had the same opportunity as Whites. Kick, Trevor, and Darlene have a paradigm shift […]