There is a chance to attend local performances during April. There are plenty of choices to select from, such as comedy, theatre, and dance shows. An extensive list of shows which should not be missed this month has been provided below. The play Across the Sand: A Performance of the Passover Theater Experience will be held the 2nd and 3rd of April at 1:00 p.m. The performance will take place around noon and a.m. in the th of April. Northbrook Theatre, Walters Ave. is the venue. This concert features live entertainment and a vigorous rendition of the Passover story. Tickets can be purchased starting from $-$ via nbparks.org. The 2nd Sunday of April will begin between 3 and 4 p.m. It will take place the Steps will be held.
Steel Beam Theatre’s newest production will be a thrilling mixture of the genius of Hitchcock, thrilling suspenseful espionage films, and the fun that is Monty Python. Purchase your tickets now in the price range of $-$ via steelbeamtheatre.com. Witness Music Theater Works’ rd season opener, Avenue Q, which boasts three Tony Award wins, at the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts, located at Skokie Blvd., Skokie on Sunday, April at p.m. Get your tickets today, priced between $-$, via musictheaterworks.com. Village Guild Theatre presents David Mamet’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play Glengarry Glen Ross and four Chicago real estate agents. Tickets are on sale on Sundays from 5 p.m. and on Fridays as well as Saturdays at 4 p.m. between April and Village Theatre Guild located at S Park Blvd. Glen Ellyn.
Beginning on April 1st, from Friday from Friday, April 1st, until Saturday, Skokie Theatre is hosting a hilarious dinner celebration. Also, the show will be held on Wednesday, April th starting at p.m. The story takes place following the disappearances of the host and hostess following an incident with a gun, that leads to a sequence of funny occasions. The cost of tickets for this event is $, and students get a discounted price and seniors. For more information, visit skokietheatre.org/rumors.html. We invite you to attend an unforgettable recital by the pianist Kaleen Dolan at Winnetka Northfield Public Library, Oak St., Winnetka on Sunday, April 2, at p.m. As Musical Director of the Redhead Piano Bar, Kaleen Dolan will be performing all-request performance on her dueling piano.
The Improv Playhouse, located at N. Milwaukee Ave. Libertyville will present the modern version of The Last Supper. This play is inspirational often humorous and captivating performances that link the disciples’ reflections on the experiences they had with their teacher. The showtimes for Sunday April 2nd will be at p.m.; Thursday and Friday April 2nd the 3rd of April on Saturday starting at p.m. The admission fee is the amount of $. in advance and $ in the event of an adult ticket, while students can purchase tickets on the $./$. For further information, go to improvplayhouse.com. Des Plaines Theatre, Miner St. is Des Plaines will host a Chubby Checker Dance Party starting at 7 p.m.
Fairytales On Ice is an amazing show which will take place in Pfeiffer Hall at Benton Ave. in Naille on Sunday April 20th at 1:45 p.m. Enjoy watching ad-winning ice skating performers bring favorite fairy tale characters alive through graceful performances, melodious songs, and captivating music. Take a journey through the stories as well as characters of the classic iconic Beauty & The Beast, while you take an unforgettable journey into the mysterious world of fairy stories featuring characters from Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, Little Red Riding Hood, and more. Tickets priced at $-$ are available for purchase at finearts.northcentralcollege.edu/event/fairytales-ice. Arts lovers will be a part of another fun event. Experience The Revolutionists, a comic masterpiece written by Lauren. The show airs every Thursday and Friday at 6:00 p.m. Saturdays are at 8:00 p.m.
the lives of four notable women that resided in France during their time in France during the Reign of Terror, namely Antoinette, Olympe De Gouges, Charlotte Corday, and Marianne Angelle. Prior to their deaths the distinguished women were able to come together to exchange thoughts. They were able to share their thoughts and ideas. Oil Lamp Theater for $-$. is hosting a stage production. Carlos Mencia, a comedian who performs stand-up comedy, will be performing on stage at Chicago Improv in Schaumburg on Sunday April 2. This event is strictly reserved for people aged eighteen or over. Tickets are priced between $-$. Or, St. Mary of Vernon Catholic Church will host The Living Last Supper, a dramatic portrayal of the final hour of Jesus Christ with his disciples on the Sunday of April at p.m.
No matter if you’re up to go on a fun journey through time or just a thrilling night of entertainment, the The Fine Arts Program includes something for everyone. Tickets are on sale for Fairytales on Ice as well as The Revolutionists so there is no excuse to skip out the live shows. Get your family and friends together, loved ones, pour yourself a cup of hot cocoa or glass of wine and set out for an unforgettable evening filled with music, fantasy, and laughter.