“Once upon a time” is one of the most iconic children’s story lines. However, this fairy tale is not a children’s story tale but one based the original Brothers Grimm story.
From May 2-4 witness Snow White (Blanche Neige) presented by Angelin Preljocaj’s dance company from Aix-en-Provence, France. The fantasy world of this full-length ballet includes devilishly sexy costumes, a wicked queen, and wall-climbing dwarves.
This ballet is intended for a mature audience. You may purchase your tickets here!
Come dance your way to The Kathleen Mullady Theatre on Saturday, April 26, to see original dance numbers created and choreographed by Loyola dance students.
The students that have choreographed the dances as well as the performers are student dancers of Loyola’s composition class. For more information, click here! See you at 7:30 PM!
The make-it-up-as-you-go nature of improv comedy means there are basically no rules to govern the laughs that will be had. Except one: you can’t say no. An actor who says “no” can derail a potentially funny scene by wrecking the flow, man. The theatre troupe at pH Productions invites you to push that “no” rule to the limit with “Bad Advice,” their weekly improv show that surfaces again this Friday!
Key to any improv show are audience suggestions. The members of “Bad Advice” will take those suggestions and develop a three-act play full of twists, turns, and misinformed decision making. What’s more, each actor will get a chance to speak directly to the audience at the end of every act. Whether they use that time to make you laugh, think, or cringe remains to be seen, but if you’re looking for an exceptionally funny improv showcase where the actors will include their “unique takes on anything and everything,” then “Bad Advice” is just right for you!
“Bad Advice” is performed every Friday at the pH Comedy Theatre, located at 1515 N. Berwyn Avenue (Chicago IL, 60640). Tickets cost $10 for general admission, and $5 for students with a valid Student I.D. To purchase tickets for this week’s or any future upcoming performances, follow the link here. To read more about the “Bad Advice,” including links to the pH Productions Youtube and Facebook pages, click the link here.