Drawn and Quarterly hosts a live reading from Tavi Gevinson, a performance by the Lemons, and a dance party to celebrate the release of Rookie: Yearbook Two.
A comedy variety show hosted Flabby Hoffman.
Francis O'Neill, who served as Chicago's chief of police from 1901 to 1905, was a bit obsessed with the music of his native Ireland. He once disappeared, prompting assassination rumors and a police manhunt, only to turn up at the house of a friend—where he was busy playing duets. But in the latest version of Adam Whiteman's musical tribute, which Stefan Brun returns to direct, this fascinating character gets a lackluster dramatization. Though Tom Cassidy portrays O'Neill with genial confidence, the stilted script bends more toward hagiography than genuine storytelling. The show's stellar music—selected from O'Neill's own published collections of traditional Irish tunes, and played by a talented trio—remains the true star of this quirky jaunt. —Keith Griffith $25
A vintage clothing and craft fair. Items for sale include furniture, jewelry, records, and all sorts of antique goodness.