The chance is there to take part in local performances during April. From musicals to dancing shows, to comedy performances, there are plenty of possibilities to select from. An extensive list of shows you should never miss in April is provided below. The show titled Across the Sand, A Passover Theatrical Experience can be witnessed on nd and th April at a.m. or p.m. according to. Also, it will take place on April 15 at a.m. and noon. This year, the Northbrook Theatre at Walters Ave., Northbrook is the location for the event. This concert features live entertainment as well as a lively rendition of the Passover tale. You can purchase tickets starting from $-$ via On April 2, around 3:00 p.m. Steps will be taken. Steps will take place.

Steel Beam Theatre’s most recent production is a thrilling blend of Hitchcock’s genius, captivating espionage thrillers and the humor in Monty Python. Purchase your tickets now in the price range of $-$ via 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 Village Guild Theatre presents David Mamet’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Glengarry Glen Ros, featuring four Chicago real estate agents. The show is open for viewing on Sundays at 5 p.m. along with Fridays, and the Saturdays starting at 4 p.m. from April to 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 funny dinner party. Additionally, the performance will begin on Wednesday, April th starting at p.m. The show is about the disappearance of the host and hostesses after shooting is heard creating a variety of comedy events. The cost of tickets for this event is $, including a discount for students as well as seniors. For more information, visit We invite you to attend an unforgettable piano concert with Kaleen Dolan at Winnetka Northfield Public Library, Oak St., Winnetka on April 2nd, Sunday from 2:00 p.m. As the musical director of Redhead Piano Bar, Redhead Piano Bar, Kaleen Dolan is available for all requests performance on her dueling piano.

The Improv Playhouse located at N. Milwaukee Ave. in Libertyville will be presenting a contemporary version of the last part in The Last Supper. This play is filled with stimulating, occasionally humorous, and captivating shows. It connects the participants’ experiences to their teacher by allowing them to reflect on their experiences. Time of performance is p.m. on Sunday, April 3rd; p.m. on the Thursday and Friday of April 1 – along with p.m. on Saturday, April 3rd. The admission fee is the amount of $. on the day of purchase and at the door for adults and students. Students are able to purchase tickets on the $./$. For more information, visit for more information. Des Plaines Theatre, Miner St. is Des Plaines will host a Chubby Checker Dance Party on Saturday, April 7th at 7 p.m.

Take in the magical spectacle of Fairytales On Ice on Sunday April, the 14th of April, starting at 6:00 p.m. in Pfeiffer Hall, located at Benton Ave., Naille. Experience the thrill of watching award-winning ice-skating actors bring beloved fairy tale characters alive through elegant performances, acoustic singing, and compelling music. While you journey into the captivating world of fairy tales. This includes the classic Beauty & The Beast characters including Cinderella as well as Alice in Wonderland and Little Red Riding Hood. Tickets priced at $-$ are available for purchase at In the meantime, another exciting event will be waiting for the patrons of arts. You can catch The Revolutionists, a comic masterpiece written by Lauren. The show runs every Thursday and Friday at 6:30 p.m. Saturdays are starting at 8:45 p.m.

The lives of Olympe de Gouges and Charlotte Corday were among the most prominent French women during the Reign of Terror. They had an opportunity to talk to each other and share their ideas before the loss of their lives. It is the Oil Lamp Theater for $-$. will stage a dramatic production. In case you’re looking for a funny evening, Carlos Mencia will be performing stand-up comedy this Sunday on April 1 at the Chicago Improv, located at Woodfield Road, Schaumburg. The event is only for persons over 18 The cost of tickets ranges between $-$.. In addition, St. Mary of Vernon Catholic Church holds the Living Last Supper. This dramatic depiction of Jesus Christ’s final hour with his disciples will take place on Sunday April 21 at 3:00 p.m.

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Whether you’re in the mood to take a trip down memory lane or just a thrilling night of theater, North Central College’s Fine Art program offers something for all. With tickets available to both Fairytales on Ice and The Revolutionists there’s absolutely no reason not to take in entertaining live performances this holiday season. Gather your family and friends take a sip of hot chocolate or glass of wine and enjoy an evening full melody, magic and laughter.

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