The Garage on Clark Street: The St. Valentine's Day Massacre - RHINOFEST 2010
On Feb. 14th, 1929, four men walked out of a garage on Clark street to disappear in the wake of witness accounts, facts and speculations. Behind them, they left seven slain men. In voluntary absence from the scene of the crime, two "untouchables" plotted their words wisely. The event went down in history as The St. Valentine's Day Massacre and the names of the men involved will forever be bound together by it. This is their tale. In case you ever wonder what a man does in the 24 hours of killing or being killed.
Using live percussion, projected intertitles and live-action story telling with no words, Silent Theatre will bring the personal tales of the 13 men involved to life. The stories you haven't heard about. The ones we can only show you. Because we love showing. And Valentine's Day is all about love.
3502 North Elston Ave.
Chicago, IL 60618
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