Who Dis?! - A Disability Variety Show
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Who Dis? (Get My Tickets)
A showcase of Chicago's talented health warriors who identify with disability, chronic illness, and with mental health issues.
Who Dis? is a benefit show, and every month all proceeds will be donated to a different organization in service of those with chronic health conditions.
Our opening show is dedicated to the life and memory of Joseph Moroni. The proceeds from the April 29th show will be donated to Devices 4 the Disabled, a 501(c)(3) Organization. "D4D’s mission is to overcome barriers that prevent disabled individuals from obtaining the medical equipment they need and the mobility they deserve. When they are finished with the equipment, it is returned, refurbished, and distributed again to a new user."
iO Chicago is ADA compliant and is located near the North/Clybourn El Station. There is no parking lot for the facility, but street parking is sometimes available. Full bar and menu available at your cost.
The show is 90 Minutes long with a brief intermission after the first hour. No flashing lights will be used during the show. We are working to make performances as inclusive as possible. If you can donate captioning or ASL services, please email show Producer Elizabeth Komos. email@example.com. Wheelchair seating is available with consideration of best/least obstructed view.
CW: The purpose of this show is to feature performers and artists in a honest way which promotes their representation in the community. Please be advsied, subjects pertaining to personal experiences of mental health may arise, and they may present as triggers. You are welcome to step out if needed. Direct any questions to show producer.
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