The Inconvenience Presents BLOCKOUT
August 25th, 2012
at Henry Court (just east of California and Dickens in Logan Square)
An Inconvenience Block Party celebrating Chicago and the creative spirit of the city!
This free community event will feature kids activities, an Indie arts fair featuring local Chicago artists, free tastings from local restaurants, and live music by The Medium Ensemble, Spare Parts and MORE! A detailed programming schedule to come…
Hit the Wall Remount
July 25th-29th, 2012
Theater on the Lake
By Ike Holter
Directed by Eric Hoff
The Inconvenience brought back it's hit show (fresh from Steppenwolf's Garage Rep Series) to the huge, hot, and massive 60 year old stage of Theater on the Lake. Throughout the week The Inconvenience brought live music and DJs, in addition to the creation of murals and interactive art in the North Pavilion, all providing a multi-disciplinary experience that connected our audience to civil rights issues, the real Greenwich Villiage and further experience of the show’s themes.
"Tempers and temperatures start to rise in the summer of '69 when a routine police raid on an underground Greenwich Village hotspot erupts in to a full-scale riot, the impetus of the modern gay rights movement. Follow ten unlikely revolutionaries as they take to the streets and assert their rights. A live rock band provides the screaming soundtrack to this retelling of the epic night at The Stonewall Inn."
Featuring: Walter Owen Briggs*, Manny Buckley, Dashawna Cook, Daniel Desmaris, Ricardo Gamboa, Desmond Gray, Zach Kenney, Steve Lenz, Rania Salem Manganaro, and Mary Williamson*
With John Cicora* (Bass), Ryan Murphy (Guitar), and Josh Lambert (Drums).
Production Manager: Missi Davis
Stage Manager: Ellen Willett and Krissy
Assistant Director: Gus Menary
Dramaturg: Kelly Kerwin
Music: Ryan Murphy
Music Director: John Cicora
Dance Choreography: Erin Kilmurray
Fight Choreography: Ryan Bourque
Set Design: John Holt
Lighting Design: Jeff Glass
Sound Design: Joe Court
Costumes: Coral Gable
Props: Chris Chmelik
The Inconvenience plays host to an evening of cabaret-style performances brought together to provoke desire and celebrate the skin you're in.
THE FLY HONEY SHOW
Devised by Erin Kilmurray* and Mary Williamson*
Hosted by Mary Williamson*
Music Direction by John Cicora*
Production Design by Nic Jones*
July 13th + 14th ONLY
From 7:30pm-2am at Redmoon Theater
FEATURING New Works by
Chris Chmelik*/Thrisa Hodits
The Ye-Ye Band/ Directed by Heather Perry
Suzy Rocco Granite
The Fly Honey Band:
John Cicora* - Guitar
Josh Rosen - Bass
Rhapsody Snyder - Keys
Tony Rataj - Drums
Raul Callejero - Trumpet
Alex Kerwin - Alto Sax
Alex Marianyi - Tenor Sax
Alex Cain - Trombone
with cameo's from: The Doo Wops, Leslie Beukelman, Maggie Kubley , Emily Nejad, Ryan Bourque* and Gabe Ruiz.
POST- SHOW performances by:
The Embraceables on 7.13
DJ SWAGUERILLA on 7.14
PLUS- Pre and post show photo booth by GlitterGuts!
All proceeds go to support The Inconvenience's 2012 artistic programming featuring the return of Hit the Wall at Theater on the Lake July 25-29, a Block Party for all ages on August 25 in Logan Square, and a new collaborative dance & food event coming in the fall.
The Inconvenience wishes to thank the following Sponsors:
Blue Plate Catering
Penny Lane Studios
Those Honey's are SO Fly. Come and get it.
Kelly Kerwin's Applied Studies Showcase for SALONATHON at BEAUTY BAR is back on Monday, May 21st.
The theme of the night is POP!.
The Fly Honeys
Will Von Vogt
with a POP-TASTIC dance party brought to you by DJs Swaguerilla and Zesty Blanco
As always: FREE
PHOTOS FROM THE EVENT HERE
Milk and Sausage at Fight Night
March 16th, 2012
Presented by Nothing Special Productions
By Calamity West
Directed by Gus Menary*
Fight Choreography by Ryan Bourque*
The Inconvenience was proud to present Milk and Sausage at FIGHT NIGHT(Round 2), presented by Nothing Special Productions. A one-night-only event featuring the finest presenters of staged combat, each presenting scenes with their own brand of brawl.
Featuring Ian Paul Custer, Calamity West, Ryan Bourque*, Jawshua Drumms and Gus Menary*