Annemarie Johansen and Ellen Rosen play carefree games in
Copenhagen, until the Nazi occupation of their city forces them to
escape. Performances are 10 a.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays; 2
p.m. Saturdays from Jan. 18-Feb. 22.
When the pigpen starts to look like a real sty, Mama says
it's time to leave and build something new. Help Cha, Stu, and Bao
watch for wolves while they use hay, sticks, and bricks to make it
in a big, bad world. Performances run Jan. 22-May 17,
Ramona Quimby is about to start 3rd grade and everything
is about to change. Her sister Beezus guides us through a full year
on Klickitat Street, bringing a change for Dad, a rivalry for
Ramona, and the speediest wedding this side of Alaska. Runs from
Feb. 6-May 18.
Performances run Jan. 28-June 13, 2014. The Showfolk Family
Matinee is Sounds of Blackness, performed on Saturdays
from Feb. 1-May 24, 2014.
Performances run Jan. 17-March 24 at the Chopin Theatre Upstairs
Theatre, 1543 W. Division St., Chicago. For more information visit
thehousetheatre.com or call (773) 769-3832. Performances are 8 p.m.
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and3 p.m. Sundays. Set in Radio
Falls, a little town by a big lake, must risk her life to rescue a
magic coin from the icy clutches of the Rime Witch, her only hope
in saving her friends and family from the spell that keeps them
frozen in perpetual winter.
The epic fairytale of several Brothers Grimm characters
including the Baker and his Wife who learn that they cannot have a
child because of a witch's curse. As they set off on a journey to
break the curse, the couple encounters Jack of Beanstalk fame,
Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf, Cinderella and her suitors,
and the Witch herself. Runs Feb. 6-March 30.
The House Theatre of Chicago brings their favorite myth to life.
The ensemble blends music, swirling acrobatic dance, spectacle, and
stage craft to spin this cautionary tale. Set in a "little town by
a big lake", young Rose undertakes a brave adventure to rescue a
magic coin from the icy clutches of the Rime Witch. Performances
Jan. 17-March 9.
Kids have the opportunity to build long-lasting friendships
through organized play that aims for positive group interaction.
This lively group will also eat a small meal together to further
enhance social development and maximize each child's potential.
Families are asked to bring their own lunch. An interesting sensory
food item will be provided.
This program will provide activities for children to access the
world of literature through tactile and auditory books, puppets,
songs, dance and exposure to braille.