That’s Weird, Grandma is performed at the Neo Futurarium, located at 5153 N. Ashland Ave, on the corner of Ashland and Foster in Chicago.
Red Line Train:
Get off at Berwyn, walk west 1/2 block to Broadway, turn left. Walk 1 block south to Foster, turn right. Walk 6 blocks west on Foster to Ashland. The Neo-Futurarium is on the southeast corner of Foster and Ashland. Approx 1/4 mile walk. Alternatively, take #92 Foster bus from Berwyn stop to Foster and Ashland.
Foster #92 bus will take you to Foster and Ashland.
Damen #50 bus will take you to Foster and Ashland.
Clark #22 bus will take you to the corner of Foster and Clark. Walk one block west on Foster to Ashland.
Broadway #36 bus will take you to Foster and Broadway. Walk west 1/4 mile, or change to the Foster #92 bus, which will take you to the corner of Foster and Ashland.
If coming from Lake Shore Drive: Exit at Foster Ave., turn left to head west all the way to Ashland (approximately six traffic lights).
If coming from I-90: Exit at Austin Ave. Turn left onto Foster, head east to the corner of Foster and Ashland. Approx 4 miles.
If coming from I-94: Exit at Cicero. Turn left onto Foster, head east to the corner of Foster and Ashland. Approx 3 miles.
Free street parking is often available on Ashland, or on Foster west of Ashland. (Parking is NOT allowed in the Nelson Funeral Home lot!)
“The work is glorious... To my knowledge, nobody is doing this kind of work in Chicago.”
–Greg Allen, Artistic Director, The Neo-Futurists