Boys in the Basement takes an unapologetic look at divorce from a man’s perspective. We’ve been bringing you infograhics this week that look at the carnage that comes from divorce.
Today’s examines the economics of marriage and divorce. It touches on the fact that children in middle-income households are less likely to have married parents than children in upper income households.
Boys in the Basement talks about the monetary loss of divorce as well.
Performances will take place at the Noyes Cultural Arts Building (adjacent to the Noyes purple Line stop in Evanston) Friday and Saturday, Nov. 6,7, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 8, at 3 p.m. Performances also will take place the same times the following weekend, Nov. 13-15. For ticket information, go to Brown Paper Tickets.
Special ticket prices are available for Friday evening shows for those who have been through or are going through the pain of divorce a well as for adult children of divorced parents. Click here for details.