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Pavement Group's breaks & bikes Panel Discussion with Julie Hochstadter of The Chainlink!

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Pavement Group's breaks & bikes Panel Discussion with Julie Hochstadter of The Chainlink!

Time: November 29, 2012 from 8pm to 10:30pm
Location: Collaboraction Studio 300 in the Flat Iron Building
Street: 1579 N Milwaukee Avenue
City/Town: Chicago
Website or Map: http://www.pavementgroup.org
Phone: 316-518-5475
Event Type: theater/play
Organized By: Brittany Barnes
Latest Activity: Nov 21, 2012

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Join us for Pavement Group’s latest commission, breaks & bikes, and stick around after the show for beers and our next Pavecast discussion, “Rampant Transit: Bikes, Cars, & Feet sharing Chicago’s Streets”.  Moderated by PG’s Joe Zarrow, our panel guests include: Julie Hochstadter from The Chainlink, Lawyer Jim Freeman, Elizabeth Adamczyk from Ride of Silence, John from Grid Chicago and Mike Keating from Illinois Bike Lawyers.

Get special $15 discounted tickets for this panel discusion AND regular performances  at pavementgroup.org. Be sure to use the code 'CHAINS'!

 

About breaks & bikes by Mallery Avidon & directed by Kathryn Walsh

What happens after you've slept with all the girls, played all the shows, and done all the drugs, but you're still not famous? If you're Drew, you go to law school. But when a bicycle accident lands Drew in a coma, his mom, his former drummer, and the girls he could have loved converge around his hospital bed. Can they move forward from past disappointments, or will those fractures stay broken?

Written by Pavement Group Artistic Associate Mallery Avidon, breaks & bikes examines the unexpected events that force us to look up from our phones and rediscover the people who have ended up in our lives.

About Pavement Group

Founded in 2006, Pavement Group is a Chicago based collaborative of theatre artists who seek emerging voices to produce fresh plays that make contact with new audiences. We commit ourselves to immediate and immersive work and aspire to create experiences that can unlock a conversation between the audience and their humanity.

www.pavementgroup.org

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