A brand new adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson’s most fantastical fairy tale, The Snow Queen. In this world premiere production, you’ll journey through an enchanted land filled with angels, demons, and witches, as you witness the incredible power of love and friendship.
January 20-22, January 26-29
Directed by Andrew Biliter and Michael Miro
Noyes Street Theater
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BEING GOOD HAS NEVER LOOKED
Welcome to the town of Livorno where the seas are always blue, the sun is always shining, and Senior Geppetto is about to get a big surprise.
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etc. Presents: ‘Fallen Angels’
Music and Lyrics by: Mike O’Mara
With Book by: Mike O’Mara, assisted by the Presents cast
A legendary world with ancient laws. A city in the clouds, with peasants below. When a daughter’s compassion marks her unwanted, it sets off a chain of events that will leave both the Angels of the sky and the Terrans on the surface forever changed. “Fallen Angels” weaves a magical tale around the very real-life issues of social justice, gender equality and the corruption of absolute power.
Rm. 213, 927 Noyes St., Evanston, IL. 60201
Fri., Dec. 2: 7 P.M.
Sat., Dec. 3: 2 P.M. and 7 P.M.
Sun., Dec. 4: 2 P.M.
<The show is approximately 120 min. in length.>
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Join us for a free demo music class for families and children ages newborn-5years old. Make music with your little ones in a fun, informative, supportive class setting – groove, giggle and learn a few new songs!
What is Music Together?
- Research-based internationally-recognized curriculum
- Parent/caregiver-child classes with parent education each week
- Music learned through playful activities in mixed-age classes
- Designed for babies, toddlers and preschoolers (birth through age 5) – all together!
- Support for parents/caregivers to be confident active role models in encouraging their children to make music
- High quality music representing various cultures, languages, rhythms and tonalities – 9 different collections!
- Take-home materials include 2 CDs, illustrated songbook, Welcome DVD for new families, and access to Family Music Zone online
- A commitment to creating a community of Music Together families!
Noyes Cultural Arts Center
927 Noyes St, Evanston
Class will be held in the Community Room #106
602 Davis Street, Evanston
RSVP at the Sing Out Chicago Website
Audition Boot Camp
In four fast-paced weeks, we’ll briefly cover the theater business for kids in Chicago, from “on camera” to auditioning for theater and musicals. Kids will find out how to choose and work on monologues; learn to handle cold copy and dialogue; do “bite and smile” for the camera; and gain knowledge about how to make bold choices. They also will learn how to be comfortable and retain their true self in an audition. The program finishes with an actual audition for local directors, who will give feedback. This is a joint program created by Evanston Children’s Theatre, Fleetwood-Jourdain Theatre and the Evanston Arts Camps.
April 6-27, Sat 1-3pm, Age: 9-15 yrs.
Fee: $130 R/$150 NR Length: 4 sessions
Spring Break Arts Camp: Wizards!
From Merlin to Harry Potter to the Sorcerer’s Apprentice, the idea of people who study magic is woven through literature. In this full-day camp, the Cultural Arts Division folks will cover everything from magical beings to potions to foreseeing the future.
Mar 25-29, M-F 9am-5pm, Age: 6-11 yrs.
Fee: $200 R/$215 NR Length: 5 sessions
Spring Break Arts Camp: Survival Skills, a Tribute Training Camp
Inspired by recent YA literature that features an apocalyptical future, the Cultural Arts Division brings you a spring break camp that will get you in shape for whatever the future may hold: from archery to orienteering, star navigation to rope tying.
Mar 25-29, M-F 9am-5pmAge: 9-14 yrs.
Fee: $225 R/$245 NR Length: 5 sessions
Opera Field Trip New! for Teens and Tweens: “Oklahoma”
This spring, the Evanston Cultural Arts Division has a very limited opportunity to go to the LYRIC OPERA of Chicago for Youth Performances of Oklahoma (note: this is a school-time performance suitable for homeschoolers). Teens and tweens will travel from Robert Crown Center, 1701 Main St., to the Lyric Opera House and return to Robert Crown Center. Note: the bus departs promptly at 11am. 847/448-8260.
May 7 Tu 11am-TBA, Age: 10-18 yrs.
Fee: $20; box lunch available for add’l $10
For the program flyer and online registration, see the Parks & Recreation website