Come join Cory Doctorow and your friends from the Freedom to Read Foundation at the July 9 performance of Little Brother, a stage version of Doctorow’s award-winning novel. The show, an original production of the Griffin Theatre Company, has gotten some great reviews. It will be performed at the Athenaeum Theatre building in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood.
Doctorow will be at the July 9 performance, and will answer questions after the show. Little Brother is an homage to George Orwell’s classic 1984, updated to tackle today’s issues regarding privacy, surveillance, and technology. It is a nominee for the 2009 Hugo Award for best novel.
Tickets are limited, so email email@example.com *now* or call (312) 280-4226 to order your ticket. Tickets are $25, and a portion of the proceeds benefits the Freedom to Read Foundation. Visa/MasterCard/American Express only.
**See video of Little Brother below!**