Theater

Northlight Theatre - "The City of Conversation"

Join members from Northlight Theatre's artistic team as they discuss Anthony Giardina's "The City of Conversation." In 1979 Washington D.C., socialite Hester Ferris throws posh dinner parties that can change the course of politics. But when her son turns up with an ambitious Reagan-ite girlfriend and a shocking new world view, it ignites a family divide that spans over 30 years and six presidential administrations. As power shifts from one generation to the next, a family struggles to maintain ties while on opposite sides of the partisan fence.

"An Impressive Presentation of Lovely Evidence: Underneath the Lintel"

Theatre Y presents this one-man show about a librarian who embarks on a quest to find out who anonymously returned a library book that is 113 years overdue. A clue scribbled in the margin of the book and an unclaimed dry cleaning ticket take him on a mysterious adventure that spans the globe and the ages. Presented with the Highland Park Senior Center. Sponsored by Silverado of Highland Park. Registration is not required. The program will conclude at 11:50 a.m.

Queen Margaret

Outdoor performance by The Muse of Fire Theater Company, performed in the park between the library and city hall. Adapted from four of Shakespeare's history plays, the story follows the rise and fall of Britain's Tudor kings, as seen through the eyes of the queen who lived through it all. A world premiere. In case of rain, the performance will take place in the auditorium. Registration not required.

Queen Margaret

Outdoor performance by The Muse of Fire Theater Company, performed in the park between the library and city hall. Adapted from four of Shakespeare's history plays, the story follows the rise and fall of Britain's Tudor kings, as seen through the eyes of the queen who lived through it all. A world premiere. In case of rain, the performance will take place in the auditorium. Registration not required.

Queen Margaret

Outdoor performance by The Muse of Fire Theater Company, performed in the park between the library and city hall. Adapted from four of Shakespeare's history plays, the story follows the rise and fall of Britain's Tudor kings, as seen through the eyes of the queen who lived through it all. A world premiere. In case of rain, the performance will take place in the auditorium. Registration not required.

Queen Margaret

Outdoor performance by The Muse of Fire Theater Company, performed in the park between the library and city hall. Adapted from four of Shakespeare's history plays, the story follows the rise and fall of Britain's Tudor kings, as seen through the eyes of the queen who lived through it all. A world premiere. In case of rain, performance will take place in the auditorium. Registration not required.

Rise and Shine Northlight Theatre

Northlight Theatre's current performance, "The Gospel According to
Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens and Count Leo Tolstoy: Discord,"
illuminates the brilliance, humor, and flaws of three historical
figures. Lauren Shouse, Northlight Theatre dramaturg, leads a panel
discussion exploring what a Founding Father, a Victorian novelist and
a Russian revolutionary have in common: they each wrote their own
version of the gospel. Registration is not required. Presented with the Highland Park Senior Center.

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