It’s the longest day of the year. Make it the solstice with the mostest.
Make a Statement: Design for the Cure
What: Runway show of twelve Chicago designers who use red fabric to benefit HIV/AIDS.
Why: Fashion Rx.
When: Thurs., 7-9 p.m.
Where: Transit, 1431 W. Lake St., at Loomis St. (312-334-0935). Tickets online at afc.aidschicago.org.
Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soapbox
What: New documentary follows the family legacy behind the cult cleaning product.
Why: Work yourself into a lather.
When: Sun., 5 p.m.
Where: Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State St., at Michigan Ave. (312-846-2800).
Mirror of the Invisible World
What: Mary Zimmerman-adapted play from a 12th-century romantic Persian epic.
Why: Time to reflect.
When: Thru July 29. Previews begin Sat.
Where: Goodman Theatre, 170 N. Dearborn St., at Randolph St. (312-443-3800).
Chicago Blues Audio Tour
What: Buddy Guy-narrated tour of historic blues music sites, like Maxwell Street and Vee-Jay Records, plus interviews.
Why: Let the rhythm guide you.
When: Anytime your brassy heart feels like stepping out.
Where: Online at downloadchicagotours.com.
S Factor Studio
What: Actress Sheila Kelley’s new fitness studio offers striptease-inspired, pole dancing workouts.
Why: Feel the burn. (Calorie. Not rug.)
When: Opens Sun.
Where: 1400 W. Hubbard St., at Noble St., 1st. fl. (323-965-9683 ext. 322).