Located at the former site of the historic Regal Theater, Harold Washington Cultural Center is a performance venue in Bronzeville. Made possible by donations from legendary singer Lou Rawls, The Cultural Center opened in 2004 and is known for its variety of dancing and art classes. It partners with organizations like the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chance the Rapper’s SocialWorks and is one of the neighborhood’s biggest community organizations. Previous performances from its Broadway in Bronzeville series include I Am Fredrick Douglass, Chicago Style Nutcracker, and King of the Policy. Located on King Drive, The Harold Washington Cultural Center is both a valuable neighborhood resource and an impressive venue.