Native Son
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Lifeline Theatre
6912 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL 60626
Drama
Runs May 10Jun 30, 2024

Suffocating in rat-infested poverty on Chicago’s South Side during the 1930s, twenty-year-old Bigger Thomas struggles to find a place for himself in a world whose prejudice has shut him out. After taking a job in a wealthy white man’s house, Bigger unwittingly unleashes a series of events that violently and irrevocably seal his fate. Adapted with theatrical ingenuity by Chicago’s own Nambi E. Kelley, this Native Son captures the power of Richard Wright’s novel for a whole new generation.

Spearheaded by artistic director ILesa Duncan (Middle Passage, Neverwhere,) experience Nambi E. Kelley’s “gutsy, powerful, and relentless” adaptation of Richard Wright’s powerful introspection on race and justice like never before.