TUESDAY IN THE WINDY CITY.
Drummer Dana Hall and his quartet will bring alive the noon hour crowd at the Chicago Cultural Center today with their SPRING FLING program featuring Improv drumming. 12:15p.m., Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington, Randolph Hall. Free. (312) 744 6630.
NEW VOICES IN CHICAGO THEATER.
Get a first-hand view of the future of Chicago Theater at tonight’s panel discussion, “American Theater: Writing for Change,” presented by the Remy Bumppo Theatre Company at the Museum of Contemporary Art. Headed to the table for the panel discussion will be Tarell Alvin McCraney, author of Steppenwolf’s “The Brother/Sister Plays” trilogy; Kristoffer Diaz, author of Victory Grarden hit, “The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity”; Tanya Saracho, who adapted last year’s “The House on Mango Street” for Steppenwolf; and Jean Lee, author of The Shipment” to be performed at the MCA (March 26-28). Jonathan Wilson, director of TimeLine’s recent production of Master Harold will moderate the panel. Free admission, but reservations are recommended. (312) 397-4010 6p.m. to 7:30p.m., Museum of Contemporary Art, MCA Stage, 220 E. Chicago.
BEN AND JERRY’S: Free Ice Cream cones today in honor of their founding day. Noon to 8p.m.
STARBUCKS: Free pastry with coupon available on their website. Opening until 10:30a.m.
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