Put Teatro Vista’s “The Madres” on Your Must-See List!

**** Recommended **** When there’s a disaster or a catastrophe somewhere in the world affecting lots of people – a war, a bombing, a mass shooting, an earthquake, a hurricane – it is individual stories which help us to understand what happened. The “Dirty War” waged by the Argentine military junta against their own people is one of those events. In an effort to bring attention to their children who ‘disappeared’, never to be seen again, the mothers of Argentina organized and marched in front of the presidential every Thursday from 1976 to 1983. Teatro Vista’s production of Stephanie Walker’s gut-wrenching play, “The Madres”, brings our focus to just one mother and her efforts to find her daughter. 4 Spotlights

“The Madres” runs through May 27th in the Richard Christiansen Theater at Victory Gardens, 2433 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago. Valet parking is available. Running time is 2 hours, with an intermission. Performances are Thursday through Saturday at 8:00 pm; Sunday at 3:30 pm. Tickets range from $20-$45. FYI (773) 871-3000 or

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