Part of Ignite Chicago
Oct 21, 2021


A concept album that is also an intimate theatrical experience, Mexodus is inspired by the thousands of enslaved people in the United States who sought freedom in Mexico, rather than looking north. Through live looping and hip hop, Brian Quijada and Nygel D. Robinson explore an under-told chapter of the Underground Railroad and celebrate Black and brown bodies standing together against oppression.

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How to Register

Please note, this event is currently sold out.

To protect the health of all who attend Victory Gardens events, the following attendance policies are currently in place for all in-person events. These policies follow state and local guidelines for safe operation during the covid-19 pandemic.

  1. Audience members must be masked for the duration of their visit. Masks will be available for purchase onsite if needed.
  2. Audience members must show proof of full covid-19 vaccination or a negative covid-19 test within the last 72 hours, along with a photo ID, at the door to be allowed entry to the theater.

And remember…there is an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 at any public gathering. Those attending Victory Gardens Theater events voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.

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Location Details

[lgc_column grid=”50″ tablet_grid=”50″ mobile_grid=”100″ last=”false”]This is a live, in-person, one-night-only event presented at Chicago State University. Please note that on-campus parking is $5 per vehicle. To access parking, take Martin Luther King Jr. Drive south, then turn left on 99th Place/CSU Drive. Past the parking booth, turn left on either CTC Drive, proceeding to lot B-1, or on Cougar Drive, proceeding to lot B-7.


Chicago State University
Communications, Media Arts, and Theatre Department (CMAT)
9501 S. King Drive
Douglas Hall Room 116[/lgc_column]

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Creative Team

Brian Quijada
Playwright and Performer
Nygel D. Robinson
Playwright and Performer
David Mendizábal