Theater & Shows in Rogers Park, Chicago


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  • Heartland Cafe
    Take a seat at Heartland Cafe for an inviting cafe experience in the middle of town. Heartland Cafe is also a great pick for restricted eaters, with plenty of low-fat, vegan, and gluten-free items on the menu. Don't forget to dip into Heartland Cafe's fully-stocked bar. Both the young and the young-at-heart will dig the family-oriented menu and ambience at Heartland Cafe. Not to be overlooked is Heartland Cafe's no-charge wifi. With its spacious interior, Heartland Cafe is a great choice for big groups and celebrations. Sit outside when the weather is fine — Heartland Cafe has a lovely patio to enjoy a warm day. For music and dancing, Heartland Cafe also features live bands and an open floor. It can be a bit of a mob scene on the weekends, so don't take a chance on getting seated — best to call ahead and make a reservation. Show up in sneakers or a suit at Heartland Cafe, where dining in comfort is of utmost importance. You can also serve food from Heartland Cafe at your next party — the bar offers catering. Drivers can park on the street or a nearby lot near Heartland Cafe. Hop on public transit if driving's not your speed; accessible stops include Morse (Red) and Jarvis (Red). Prepare to spend about $30 per person when dining at Heartland Cafe. Stop by for breakfast, lunch, or dinner — Heartland Cafe serves up all three meals.
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    7006 N Glenwood Ave
    Chicago, IL US
  • "Tartuffe"
    During Loyola University?s #3USHAK3SF3ST, three theater departments from three Illinois universities explore a wide Shakespearean spectrum with renditions of a comedy, a history, and a fantasy. In Measure for Measure, the hosting thespians uncap a comedy about the hypocrisy of a corrupt judge the Duke of Vienna tasks to tidy the city?s lax moral code of conduct. On Saturday night, Western Illinois condenses the history plays of Henry IV into a single show, chronicling the perilous years in English history when British soldiers fended off the thorns that pricked royal fingers. For Sunday?s finale, a Prospero from Bradley?s Peoria campus casts a stormy spell over the city?s north lakeshore in Shakespeare?s last play, The Tempest. The theater groups will produce all three works using the same innovative set structure, lighting design, and spells for summoning stagehands, enabling the triad to smoothly reconstruct itself at the other two campuses after the inaugural Chicago festival.
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    1125 West Loyola Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Raven Theatre
    Pulitzer Prize?winning playwright Arthur Miller captivated audiences for more than six decades with insight into the lives of tragic, everyday heroes seen in masterpieces such as Death of a Salesman and The Crucible. This spring, Raven Theatre's artists of the American experience showcase a lesser-known chapter in Miller's legacy with The Price, a tale of two estranged brothers deadlocked in a tug of war over their deceased parents' belongings. Viewers squirm to the edge of their seats as Victor, an underpaid cop, feuds with his successful sibling, Walter, during a conflict that unearths family attachments and Walter's childhood habit of storing his socks in the cookie jar.
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    6157 North Clark Street
    Chicago, IL US
  • The Plagiarists present "War Song"
    "What has gone before is connected to where we are now," The Plagiarists state on their website. "What seems distant and foreign is also just like us." But this only touches upon the complexity and thought behind each of the company's works. The artists behind every performance keep in mind the meaning hidden in the ordinary, the depths contained in what seems simple, scouring literature, visual art, and history for overlooked crannies to shed light on. Then they steal from those sources. But not content to lift the work of others and pass it off as their own, they create new pieces from these findings—thought-provoking performances that stitch together the old and the new to challenge the audience, the actors, and the attending copyright lawyers.
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    6205 N Sheridan Rd.
    Chicago, IL US
  • Bella Voce Chicago
    In one sense, Bella Voce?s focus is singular: the human voice, in all its grandeur and intimacy. But beyond their choice of medium, the group?s repertoire knows know bounds. Since 1982, they?ve raised up their voices to deliver classic a cappella pieces, early music, and contemporary works with accompaniment from across the globe. They?ve also commissioned new works from Midwestern composers such as Rami Levin, Frank Ferko, and old farmer Dan from down the road, who sure can whistle. The most recent addition to Bella Voce is the Bella Voce Camerata. In placing just a single singer on each part, the Camerata specializes in pieces whose smaller scope and scale serves as an intimate alternative to the lusher arrangements Bella Voce is known for.
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    939 Hinman Ave.
    Evanston, IL US
  • McKay Arts Management
    Seasoned stage and screen actor Antoine McKay founded McKay Arts to give fresh faces the courage to step into the limelight and provide established artists with a place to cultivate and hone their craft. Antoine, an alumnus of The Second City's theaters in Detroit and Chicago, trains and manages actors and artists and also provides them with creative outlets in the form of regular performances at the Athenaeum Theatre, Pressure Comedy Café, and other local venues. He instructs students of all ages and skill levels in classes of approximately 12 students or in private coaching sessions, which give patrons ample attention and endless attempts to guess who is knocking at hypothetical doors.
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    810 Lee Street
    Evanston, IL US

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