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Cards Against Humanity: Late Night Writers Room

Community Program
Live Arts
  • Edlis Neeson Theater
    First Floor, Accessible via the Griffin Entrance on Pearson Street
    220 E Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL 60611
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Cards Against Humanity: Late Night Writers Room
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The sell-out hit comedy show Cards Against Humanity: Late Night Writers Room is back at the MCA!

The show is an irreverent night of improv comedy based on the party game Cards Against Humanity, hosted by its creators. After audience members pitch their card ideas, the best suggestions are acted out by the Cards Against Humanity writers and improvisers. The worst suggestions will be mercilessly ridiculed. The show will also highlight the MCA Community Partner, TRACE and the work they do in Chicago.

TRACE is a jobs-focused, teen leadership program run by the Chicago Park District’s Division of Culture, Arts and Nature. TRACE promotes civic engagement and strives to cultivate creative, environmental and community-based youth activists. Using the arts to engage, inspire and persist, TRACErs create, advocate and enact change for a better world.

This program is organized in partnership with Cards Against Humanity and Gibran Villalobos, Assistant Curator, Performance and Public Practice.