Andersonville businesses host socially distanced performance art

'Window Plays' by Stop Motion Plant theatre group
Theatre attendees gather outside of Women and Children First bookstore, to observe a socially-distanced performance by Stop Motion Plant ensemble member, Ale Ramirez. (Amelia Burns/MEDILL)

By Amelia Burns
Medill Reports

In 2021, live performances are rare in the city of Chicago, but a local theatre group is proving that in-person community art doesn’t have to be unsafe.

Stop Motion Plant is an ensemble group that recently held a series of socially-distanced performances in Andersonville entitled, “Window Plays.”

Amelia Burns is a video broadcast reporter at Medill. You can follow her on Twitter at @TheAmeliaBurns.