April presents a propitious chance to immerse oneself in live performances taking place in the areas of suburbanity. From musicals to dancing shows, to comedy performances, there are plenty of choices to choose from. A comprehensive compilation of events you should never miss during April has been listed below. The play Across the Sand: A Passover Theatre Experience will be held on April 2nd and March 3rd at 1:00 p.m. It is also scheduled to take place on April 13th between a.m. and 12 noon. The Northbrook Theatre at Walters Ave., Northbrook is the chosen venue. The show features live music as well as a lively rendition of the Passover story. Tickets start with $-$ at nbparks.org. Steps Steps will be staged on Sunday, April 2nd beginning at p.m.
Steel Beam Theatre’s latest production features a thrilling mix of the genius of Hitchcock’s, thrilling action thrillers involving espionage and the comedy of 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 Ros, which features four Chicago realtors. Viewings are available every Sunday at 5 p.m. and Fridays and on Saturdays from 4 p.m. from April to Village Theatre Guild located at S Park Boulevard. Glen Ellyn.
On April 1, from Friday from Friday, April 1st, until Saturday, Skokie Theatre is hosting a hilarious dinner celebration. This performance is scheduled to take place Wednesday, April 13th which will begin with a start time of 7 p.m. The sound of a gun’s shot is followed by the host and host disappear. It is followed by a number of humorous moment. Tickets for the performance cost $ and include a a discounted rate of $ for seniors and students. For more information, visit skokietheatre.org/rumors.html. Come join us for a memorable concert by pianist Kaleen Dolan at Winnetka-Northfield Public Library at Oak St., Winnetka on Sunday, April 2, on April 2nd at p.m. As Musical Director of the Redhead Piano Bar, Kaleen Dolan will be performing all-request shows on her duoling piano.
The Improv Playhouse located at N. Milwaukee Ave. in Libertyville presents a modern version of the final hour in The Last Supper. This show is packed with stimulating, occasionally humorous, and engaging shows. It connects the disciples’ experiences to their teacher by allowing them to reflect on their experiences. The show starts at p.m. on Sunday, April nd; p.m. on the Thursday and Friday of April-April; and p.m. on the Saturday of April. Admission costs are one dollar. In advance, and at the door for adults, while students can purchase tickets online. $./$. For more information, visit improvplayhouse.com for further information. As a distinct event, Des Plaines Theatre at Miner St. in Des Plaines hosts a Chubby Checker Dance Party at p.m.
Fairytales On Ice is an magical show that takes place at Pfeiffer Hall at Benton Ave. in Naille on Sunday April 20th at 0:45 p.m. Witness ad-winning ice skaters bring the beloved characters from fairy tales to life in their graceful shows, beautiful singing, and amazing music. Take a trip into the captivating world of fairy tales. Including the iconic Beauty & The Beast characters that include Cinderella and Alice in Wonderland and Little Red Riding Hood. Tickets priced at $-$ are available for purchase at finearts.northcentralcollege.edu/event/fairytales-ice. A second exciting show awaits patrons of the arts. Lauren’s comic comedy masterpiece, The Revolutionists is available for you to see. Catch the show every Thursday and Friday at p.m., Saturdays between 7:30 and 9:00 p.m.
life of the four women who resided in France in The Reign of Terror, namely Antoinette, Olympe De Gouges, Charlotte Corday, and Marianne Angelle. They had the opportunity to interact and discuss their thoughts prior to losing their lives. If you are interested, it is possible to attend the theatrical play at the Oil Lamp Theater for $-$. If you are looking for a fun evening out, Carlos Mencia will be doing stand-up comedy on Sunday on April 1 at the Chicago Improv, located at Woodfield Road, Schaumburg. This show is reserved for people aged eighteen or over. The ticket price ranges between $-$. In addition, St. Mary of Vernon Catholic Church hosts this event, which is known as the Living Last Supper. This dramatic depiction of Jesus Christ’s last hour of communion with his followers is set to take place on April 21st at 3:00 p.m.
In the mood to take a journey through time or a tense night of stage shows, the North Central College’s Fine Arts program offers something for all. Tickets are available at Fairytales on Ice as well as The Revolutionists so there is no reason to miss out for live entertainment. Join your friends and family gather around a pot of hot chocolate or a glass of wine and take in an evening of music, magic and laughter.