In 4000 DAYS, Michael awakens from a three week long coma that has affected his memory. Michael struggles to find the way back to his true self as a tug of war ensues between his pragmatic partner, Paul and over bearing mother Carol. 4000 DAYS was written by British playwright Peter Quilter, whose Judy Garland play END OF THE RAINBOW was adapted as the Academy Award winning film JUDY.
PLEASE NOTE: Preview performances are Friday October 1 and Saturday October 2. Opening night is Monday October 4.
COVID Precautions - PrideArts will ensure the health and safety of our artists and audiences by following current state and city guidelines, along with those of the Broadway League and League of Chicago Theaters for indoor performances. All customers must show proof of vaccination when entering the theater. Masks must be worn for the entire performance. Programs will be digital, and hand sanitizer and masks will be available. All of our artists, crew, and volunteers have been fully vaccinated.
With gay issues still so complex in this country, PrideArts was founded in 2010 to change lives by improving the quality of LGBT theater and film for this generation and those to come. Utilizing stories with gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender characters or themes, we create powerful theatrics and films that speak for the community and are essential viewing for all audiences.