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Strawdog Theatre Company presents “Goblins” in an adaptation of the play by Michael Dailey & Jacob Combs. The show is written by Hannah Todd. It runs through December the 13th until December the Saturday, December th at The Edge Off Broadway theater (located at W. Catalpa), tickets to the event is completely free. Furthermore, Strawdog Theatre Company presents “The Christmas Schooner” A musical written with lyrics by Julie Shannon and John Reeger that tells the story of a shipping captain at the turn of the century who brought Christmas trees to the homesick German American families in Chicago. David G. Zak is the director for this well-known production. He also directed Bailiwick’s world premiere.
The Beverly Arts Center is proud to present the world premiere in Heather Chrisler’s adaptation Louisa May Alcott’s “Little Women,” an epic novel which takes place in the lives of four March sisters: Jo (Shelby Lynn Bias), Meg (Stephanie Fongheiser), Beth (Jamie Herb) and Amy (Esther Fishbein). This show will run from Mayslake Peabody Estate, Oak Brook between December 15th and January 17th. Tickets are currently available for $-$ and can be purchased through firstfolio.org.
The Black Ensemble Theater in N. Clark will host a live band that will accompany the famous musicians N. Vincent Jordan and Jim Wynton as well as Dwight Neal, Dwight Neal, Colleen Perry, N. Vincent Jordan, N. Vincent Jordan, Dwight Neal N. Vincent Jordan, Dwight Neal and Dwight Neal. Tickets are priced at $, and additional information can be found at blackensembletheater.org. In addition, between December and the beginning of January Otherworld Theatre, N. Clark presents the immersive high-fantasy adventure “Tales from The Wandering Wyvern Inn” where whispers abound of an ancient town full of warriors that await the arrival of The Mortal King. Tickets are $ and more details may be found at otherworldtheatre.org.
Ballet Chicago will be performing at McAninch Arts Center on Fawell, Glen Ellyn at &PM on December 5th. This reimagining of the holiday popular “The Nutcracker” mixes the beauty of ballet with the vigor of hip-hop, modern dance, sure to delight viewers of all ages. Tickets are priced between $ and $and can be bought online through atthemac.org. Another production will be at Mandel Hall at the University of Chicago ( East thDecember the 3rd through the 4th of December. Tickets cost between $ and $. Children aged to be under 18 can attend for free. Visit hydeparkdance.
Dance Chicago and The Music Institute of Chicago proudly presents “Duke It Out!” Nutcracker,” combining Tchaikovsky’s classical score with the Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn version. The Athenaeum Center is located at N. Southport. Quintet Attacca, Braeburn Brass and others will provide the accompaniment with music for this stunning display of beauty and elegance. Tickets can be bought via www.athenaeumcenter.org. The prices range between $-$.. It will begin at p.m.
He’s currently on his final tour “La Ultima Vuelta” and is accompanied by the acclaimed “King of Reggaeton” whom was acknowledged for making this genre known to the people around the world. He’ll be performing songs of “Legendaddy” that was his final album. Tickets beginning at just $+ and can be purchased through Ticketmaster.com.
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The Music Institute of Chicago and Dance Chicago welcome participants to the “Duke It Out!” event. Nutcracker,” an electrifying blend of classical music with swing-era jazz. Enjoy this wonderful collaboration November 1 to December 5 on the Athenaeum Center in Lincoln Park. Tickets are now available for a spectacular spectacle of charm and beauty and features Quintet Attacca along with the members of Braeburn brass.