• Date/time: October 20th to December 23rd
  • Venue: ETA Creative Arts Foundation
  • Phone: (773) 752-3955
  • Address: 755a S South Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL
  • Web: More Info


The Tiger Who Wore White Gloves

Dates: October 20-December 23

ETA Creative Arts Foundation partners with the Chicago Teachers Union Foundation to present the delightful musical based on the book by Pulitzer Prize Winning Author Gwendolyn Brooks, which is brought to stage by her daughter Nora Brooks Blakely.

The musical is about an insecure tiger who is feeling outclassed until his friends help him realize the best person to be is always yourself. Ideal for the entire family, “Tiger” teaches a valuable lesson about self-acceptance. Audiences are encouraged to read the book and then see the play together.

The shows run Fridays at 8 p.m. and Saturday and Sundays at 3 p.m.

ETA Square

7558 S. South Chicago Ave.

For tickets, call (773) 752-3955 or visit etacreativearts.org


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