Youth incarceration is one of the most complex issues of our time. And Steppenwolf for Young Adults’ production of Monster, which tells the story of a 16-year-old aspiring film-maker in juvenile detention, puts the issue into striking perspective. On Saturday, February 18, take an in-depth look at the juvenile justice system and the power of art as a rehabilitative tool at The Keys to Monster—a pre-show reception and panel discussion featuring guests from Northwestern University’s Children and Family Justice Center and Storycatchers Theatre, a storytelling group that has been working with court-involved young people for more than 25 years. Tickets include admission to the evening’s performance of Monster at Steppenwolf. A cash bar will be available.
Saturday, February 18
5:30pm Cocktail reception and conversation in the Merle Reskin Rehearsal Space (1624 N Halsted)
7:30pm Performance of Monster in Steppenwolf's Downstairs Theatre (1650 N Halsted)
Ticket reservation details
Tickets are $45 and include access to the pre-show reception and the 7:30pm performance of Monster on February 18. Guests who purchase $20 regular admission tickets will not be admitted to the pre-show reception. Click below to select your seats in the theater by February 10!
Each ticket includes a $15 tax-deductible donation to Steppenwolf for Young Adults.