The Encyclopedia Show is a live variety extravaganza that commissions local and touring artists and experts from many disciplines to use their individual talents to present a verbal and musical encyclopedia entry each month. Though the show is accredited by the Institute of Human Knowledge and Hygiene, it is our ongoing mission to chafe against logic and proof, find meaning in obfuscation, and wrest truth from fact once and for all.
Deadly nightshade! Truthbomb from a poisonista!
Warning! Mildly R-Rated! (Historical genitalia reference)
It’s happening in less than a week - our 3rd to last show! Come see (plant-based) history!
Here at the Encyclopedia Show, the Sagan is one of our favorite units of measurement! A SAGAN is equivalent to at least 4 billion stars, which is basically like a billion fewer than we’ll have on stage tonight…
if you count the ones in our eyes!
This is the final countdown. Only four shows left. Don’t miss The Encyclopedia Show: Units of Measurement. Tonight. Get a ticket now.
She is a community activist, spoken-word performing artist, actress, and educator born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. She recently graduated from the University of Madison-Wisconsin a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated and First Wave Spoken Word & Urban Arts Learning Community. She is a two-time winner of Louder than a Bomb, the annual teen poetry slam competition in Chicago, and has performed amongst Amiri Baraka, Linton Kwesi Johnson, and Christopher Walker amongst various others.
Hey Encyclofriends! The Encyclopedia Show: Units of Measurement is THIS WEDNESDAY NIGHT!
We’re excited to welcome Dan Shapiro to our stage! Who is Dan Shapiro? Dan Shapiro is a writer/comedian from Wichita, Kansas currently living in Chicago. He is working on an opinion article, a few stage shows, and a book.
Come see him feather the truth of Helen of Troy this Wednesday. More information HERE.