3 Singers

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3 Singers

presented by Erica Mott Productions

Featuring Hope Littwin, Jenna Lyle, and Katie Mazzini
Created by Erica Mott, Ryan Ingebritsen, Fides Krucker, John Boesche, Leigh Stanton Breslau, Todd Clark, and Kristin Mariani

3 Singers is
a multi-media technopera exploring the female body’s relationship with
machinery, commodity, and labor organization in the historic and
contemporary textile industries.

Please join us for TWO weekends of performances accompanied by the month-long exhibition
Excavating the Singer: Female Voice, Labor, and Migration

Thurs-Sat 1/22-1/24 @ 7:30PM, Sun 1/25 @ 3PM
Thurs-Sat 1/29-1/31 @7:30PM, Sun 2/1 @ 3PM

General Admission $20
Student & Senior $15
Please note that all proceeds from ticket sales go to Erica Mott Productions.

Please join us after the performance on opening night for a special
opportunity to enjoy cocktails and refreshments while talking with the
performers and creative team including choreographer/director Erica Mott
and Fulbright Scholar and composer Ryan Ingebritsen, and international
vocal coach Fides Krucker.

National Museum of Health + Medicine Chicago
175 W. Washington St.
Accessible via Brown, Orange, Pink, Purple, and Red Line Trains and multiple bus routes
Street and garage parking available

Exhibition Hours: Free on Tues. - Thurs. 10AM-2PM
For affiliates of local businesses and schools.
Other interested parties may request an appointment.

The 3 Singers exhibition will be open for an additional two hours before performances.

For more information please visit www.ericamott.com
or call (872) 588-6014

See a sneak peek at the 3 Singers exhibition, Excavating the Singer: Female Voice, Labor, and Migration--
Visit  http://www.nmhmchicago.org/index.php/exhibits-mm/upcoming-ex/3singers


Please note that NMHM Chicago is fully accessible on the first floor only. At this time, there is no general service elevator to the 2nd and 3rd floors or any accessible bathroom facilities on those upper floors. Should you require special assistance or need other accommodations, please inform us in advance at 312-854-8324 so that steps can be taken to attempt to accommodate your needs for the event.


Dance Styles
Modern / Contemporary


National Museum of Health and Medicine Chicago

175 W. Washington Street
Chicago, IL 60602