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April offers a wonderful opportunity to be immersed in the live shows taking place in the areas of suburbanity. There are plenty of choices to select from, such as the theatre, comedy and dance shows. Here is a complete schedule of every event to attend in April. The play titled Across the Sand, A Passover Theatrical Experience can be witnessed on nd and th April, at a.m. or p.m. respectively. The production will be performed in the afternoon and at a.m. at the th of April. The Northbrook Theatre at Walters Ave., Northbrook is the location for the event. This performance features live music and a vigorous rendition of the Passover tale. Tickets start at just $-$ on nbparks.org. This Sunday, April 2nd around 3:00 p.m. The Steps will be taking place.
Steel Beam Theatre’s new production is a thrilling blend of the genius of Hitchcock, thrilling action thrillers involving espionage and the comedy in 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’s performance of David Mamet’s Pulitzer-prize-winning show Glengarry Glen Ros, with 4 Chicago realtors can be seen on Sundays at p.m. on Fridays as well as weekends at p.m. until April at Village Theatre Guild, located at S Park Blvd., Glen Ellyn.
Beginning on April 1st, from Friday until Saturday Skokie Theatre is hosting a hilarious dinner party. The show will take on Wednesday, April 13th starting at 7 p.m. When a gunshot is heard, hosts and actors disappear. This leads to many comedic moment. Tickets for this show is $10, including a discount for students and seniors. For more information, visit skokietheatre.org/rumors.html. Join us for an unforgettable concert by pianist Kaleen Dolan at Winnetka-Northfield Public Library, Oak St., Winnetka on Sunday, April nd from 2:00 p.m. As the musical director of Redhead Piano Bar, Redhead Piano Bar, Kaleen Dolan will perform all-request shows on her duoling piano.
The Improv Playhouse located at N. Milwaukee Ave. in Libertyville offers a contemporary rendition of the last half minute of The Last Supper. The play features entertaining, humorous and engaging performances. It connects the disciples’ journey to their master through the reflections they make. The showtimes for Sunday April 2nd will be at p.m.; Thursday and Friday April 2, and on April 3, at7:30 p.m. Admission fees are at least $. for advance tickets and $ on the day of the show for adults, while students can purchase tickets on the $./$. For more information, visit improvplayhouse.com for more information. In a separate event, Des Plaines Theatre at Miner St. in Des Plaines is hosting Chubby Checker Dance Party on Saturday, April 19th at p.m.
Experience the enchanting spectacle of Fairytales On Ice on Sunday April 1st, from 2 – p.m. to Pfeiffer Hall, located at Benton Ave., Naille. See ad-winning ice skating artists bring beloved fairy tale characters to life in their graceful performance, enchanting singing and amazing music. Enjoy stories and characters from the classic classic Beauty & The Beast, as you embark on an adventure through the world of fantasy stories featuring characters from Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, Little Red Riding Hood as well as many others. Tickets priced at $-$ are available for purchase at finearts.northcentralcollege.edu/event/fairytales-ice. Patrons of the arts can also enjoy another exciting event. Come and witness The Revolutionists, a comic masterpiece created by Lauren. It is shown on Thursdays and Fridays at 6:30 p.m. Saturdays begin starting at 8:45 p.m.
the lives of four notable women living in France through their time in France during the Reign of Terror, namely Antoinette, Olympe De Gouges, Charlotte Corday, and Marianne Angelle. In the years before they perished they were able to come together and exchange ideas. The Oil Lamp Theater for $-$. will stage a dramatic production. Carlos Mencia, a comedian is scheduled to perform stand-up comic at the Chicago Improv in Schaumburg on Sunday April 2. This event is strictly intended for those who are 18 or over, with tickets ranging between $-$. In addition, St. Mary of Vernon Catholic Church will host an event called the Living Last Supper, a theatrical portrayal of Jesus’ last moment that Jesus Christ spent with his disciples. Jesus Christ with his disciples on the Sunday of April at p.m.
North Central College’s Fine Art program is a must for anyone with preferences. Tickets are available on sale for Fairytales on Ice as well as The Revolutionists so there is no excuse to skip out for live entertainment. Bring your friends and family together and grab a cup of hot chocolate or a glass of wine and enjoy the night filled with melody with laughter, fun and magic.