2022

THEATER
The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci at the Goodman Theatre (March)
The Lady from the Sea at the Court Theatre (March)
All’s Well That Ends Well at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater (April)
Two Trains Running at the Court Theatre (June)
Arsenic and Old Lace at the Court Theatre (September)

MUSEUMS, ZOOS, etc.
■ Conservatory at the Matthaei Botanical Gardens (January, March)
■ Detroit Zoo (January, April)
■ Nichols Arboretum (February, April)
■ Art Institute of Chicago (March; July)
■ Oriental Institute (March)
■ Smart Museum of Art (March)
■ Milwaukee Art Museum (April)
■ Detroit Institute of Arts (April; August)
■ Field Museum (April)
■ Cantigny Park (May)
■ Museum of Science and Industry (June)
■ Ernest Hemingway Birthplace (July)
■ Chicago History Museum (August)
■ Lincoln Park Conservatory (August)

STREAMING or VIRTUAL PROGRAMMING
■ “Machiavelli’s Meanings”: First Friday Lecture Series at the University of Chicago / Graham School (January)
■ “Kurt Vonnegut at 100, with Robert Weide” at the Library of America (January)
■ “Brown Girl Dreaming: Exploring Identity and Belonging with Jacqueline Woodson ” with Facing History and Ourselves (February)
■ Cardiff BookTalk: Anthony Burgess’ A Clockwork Orange (February)
■ “Whales, Whaling, and American History: A Conversation with Michael Rossi” at the University of Chicago / Graham School (February)
■ “Kate Chopin, Commodity Fetish, and Social Reproduction Theory” through Night School Bar (February)
■ “Filming Octavia E. Butler’s Kindred, with Branden Jacobs-Jenkins” at the Library of America (February)
■ “Mary Beard: The Twelve Caesars“: The Guardian Live (March)
Gilder Lehrman Book Breaks: Marcia Chatelain on Franchise: The Golden Arches in Black America (May)
■ “Homer’s Humanity: Moments of Grace in the Iliad” at the University of Chicago / Graham School (June)
■ Cardiff BookTalk: Bernardine Evaristo’s Girl, Woman, Other (June)
■ Cardiff BookTalk: Kazuo Ishiguro’s Klara and the Sun (June)
■ Theater of War: The Suppliants (July)
After Life at Goodman Theatre (July)
■ T Book Club: Paula Fox’s Desperate Characters (August)
■ Cardiff BookTalk: T.S. Eliot’s The Wasteland (August)
■ “The Stoic Approach to Happiness” at the University of Chicago / Graham School (September)
■ Theater of War: The Waste Land Project (September)

OTHER
■ New York Yankees v. Chicago White Sox at Guaranteed Rate Field (May)