“Celebrating the Holidays with Little Women in Chicago: A Guide to Events and Activities”

Strawdog Theatre Company presents “Goblins” which is a reimagining of the play by Michael Dailey & Jacob Combs. The show is produced by Hannah Todd. The show is on through December 1st until the 3rd of December at The Edge Off Broadway theatre which is located at W. Catalpa. Admission is completely free. Strawdog Theatre Company will also perform “The The Christmas Schooner” that is a musical written by Julie Shannon, John Reeger and based on a turn-of-the-century shipping captain who brought the Christmas tree to Chicago’s German American homes. David G. Zak is the director of this highly acclaimed production. The show also had a Bailiwick first world premiere.

Beverly Arts Center proudly presents the first-ever world premiere of Heather Chrisler’s adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s “Little Women” novel. The novel is told through the eyes of four sisters: Jo (Shelby Lynn Bias), Meg(Stephanie Fongheiser), Beth (“Jamie Herb”) as well as Amy (Esther Fishbein). The production will be held in the Mayslake Peabody Estate, Oak Brook between December 15th and the 17th of January. Tickets to the show are available now at firstfolio.org and cost at $-$1.

The Black Ensemble Theater in N. Clark will host a live band , which will be accompanied by famous performers N. Vincent Jordan and Jim Wynton as well as Dwight Neal, Dwight Neal, Colleen Perry, N. Vincent Jordan, N. Vincent Jordan, Dwight Neal as well as Dwight Neal. Tickets are priced at $, and additional information can be found at blackensembletheater.org. Otherworld Theatre N. Clark will also premiere “Tales of The Wandering Wyvern Inn”, an intense and thrilling high-fantasy journey. The whispers are of an old village of warriors who await the appearance from the Mortal Kings in December and 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 the 5th of December. Reimaginings from “The Nutcracker” is a popular holiday show blends the elegance and grace of ballet with contemporary dance and hip hop. The show is guaranteed to delight all ages. Tickets can be purchased on the internet at themac.org at prices as low as $1 or $. The second performance of the show is scheduled to be held at Mandel Hall, University of Chicago. Tickets can be purchased on the internet at atthemac.org. The children aged six and under can be admitted for at no cost. Visit hydeparkdance.

Dance Chicago and The Music Institute of Chicago are proud to offer “Duke It Out!” Nutcracker that combines Tchaikovsky’s classic score and the Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn renditions. It is held at the Athenaeum Center is located at N. Southport. Quintet Attacca, Braeburn Brass and others will provide the musical accompaniment for the charming show of art and awe. Tickets can be purchased on the internet at www.athenaeumcenter.org. The prices range between $-$.. The address is:

The singer is currently on his last tour “La Ultima Vuelta” and is accompanied by the acclaimed “King of Reggaeton” who is credited with the introduction of this music genre to fans all over the world. The tour will feature songs that are from “Legendaddy” which is his last album. Tickets priced from $$$ are available through Ticketmaster.com.

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The Music Institute of Chicago and Dance Chicago invite guests to the “Duke It Out!” event. Nutcracker is an exciting combination of jazz from the swing era as well as classical and jazz. The unique collaboration is scheduled to take place at Lincoln Park’s Athenaeum Center from December 1st until the 3rd. Tickets are on sale now for a spectacular show of beauty and art together with Quintet Attacca and the members of Braeburn brass.

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