How to Enjoy the Best of Little Women in Chicago This December
Strawdog Theatre Company proudly presents the adaptation of Eric Kimmel’s classic children’s story “Goblins” written by Michael Dailey and Jacob Combs with a direction by Hannah Todd. This festive show runs through December 1st until the 3rd at The Edge Off Broadway theatre which is located at W. Catalpa. Admission is no cost. Strawdog Theatre Company will also show “The The Christmas Schooner”, which is a musical by Julie Shannon, John Reeger as well as a story about a turn of the century shipping captain who delivered Christmas trees to Chicago’s German American homes. David G. Zak is the director of this highly acclaimed production. He was also the director of Bailiwick’s world premiere.
The Beverly Arts Center is proud to present the world premiere of Heather Chrisler’s novel adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s “Little Women,” the novel takes place in the lives of four March sisters: Jo (Shelby Lynn Bias), Meg (Stephanie Fongheiser), Beth (Jamie Herb) and Amy (Esther Fishbein). Melanie Keller will be directing the production, which runs from December th to January 10th in the Mayslake Peabody Estate in Oak Brook. Tickets for the production are available now at firstfolio.org, priced at $-USD.
In December, the eminent performers N. Vincent Jordan, Jim Wynton, Dwight Neal and Colleen Perry will be accompanied by live musicians at Black Ensemble Theater, N. Clark. Tickets are priced at $, and additional information can be found at blackensembletheater.org. Otherworld Theatre N. Clark is also launching “Tales from The Wandering Wyvern Inn”, an intense, high-fantasy and immersive adventure. There are rumors about an ancient community of warriors awaiting the appearance to the Mortal Kings from December through the month of January. 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. The new interpretations of “The Nutcracker” is a popular holiday show, combine the beauty and sophistication of ballet with contemporary dance and hip hop. It’s sure to satisfy all age groups. Tickets start at $ to $and can be bought online through atthemac.org. The show will also be held in Mandel Hall at the University of Chicago ( East thDecember the 3rd through the 4th of December. Tickets are priced between $ and $, and children aged and under can attend at no cost. Visit hydeparkdance.
The Music Institute of Chicago and Dance Chicago are proud to present their unique holiday show, “Duke It Out! Nutcracker,” combining Tchaikovsky’s classical score and Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn version. Quintet Attacca and Braeburn Brass members Braeburn Brass will be the musical accompaniment for this charming display of art and elegance from the month of December through December th in the Athenaeum Center, located at N. Southport. Tickets are on sale via the web at athenaeumcenter.org and will be available starting $-$. On:
The widely acclaimed “King of Reggaeton” is credited with opening the genre to audiences across the globe, has been performing his final tour “La Ultima Vuelta”. He’ll be performing songs that are from “Legendaddy” that was his final album. Tickets start from $+ and can be bought through Ticketmaster.com.
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The Music Institute of Chicago and Dance Chicago are pleased to welcome you to their “Duke It Out!” event. Nutcracker is an exciting blend of swing-era jazz as well as classical and jazz. Enjoy this wonderful collaboration December th through th through the Athenaeum Center in Lincoln Park. Tickets are now available to see a stunning show of beauty and art and features Quintet Attacca along with Braeburn brass. Braeburn brass.