GIANT INSECTS INVADE CHICAGO'S MILLENNIUM PARK WITH HELP FROM SARRUGA.

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LARGER THAN LIFE.
In a U.S. premiere, the spectacular Catalan street theater company, SARRUGA, will transform

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Chicago's  Millennium Park's Chase Promenade into a fantasy world of  monster insects.  Spectators will see spiders, ants and praying mantises that tower over mere humans.  Imagine a creepy crawling spider ten times larger than a man and you get the idea.

The SARRUGA theatrical performers of Catalunya, Spain are in the United States for the first time ever as part of the Goodman Theatre's 5th Biennial Latino Theatre Festival that runs through July 25.

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THE SOUND OF MUSIC.
Music, light, movement will fill Millennium Park as giant insects roam freely through the crowd bringing fun and laughter to all. Visitors to this FREE EVENT will be enveloped in an illusionary creation of enormous proportions as the Catalan interactive performers get up-close and personal with the public in this larger-than-life show.  

THREE SHOWS ONLY.
Performance times for this bugtacular event are:
Friday, July 16, 9:00p.m,
Saturday, July 17, 10:00p.m,
Sunday, July 18, 3:00p.m.

This event is supported by the Institut Ramon Llull and the Tourist Office of Spain with additional support from Instituto Cervantes of Chicago.  Instituto Cervantes is a public not-for-profit institution that promotes Spanish language and culture.

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