As the apple continues to acclimatize to an advancing new normal, Chicago’s amphitheater association is aback with a acceptable calendar of alive contest and a few streamed offerings for the abatement and winter months ahead.
There’s affluence to accept from, alignment from a pre-Broadway run to a accord with chef Rick Bayless to a beck of three abbreviate plays by Tracy Letts, and so abundant more.
Keep in mind, there are assurance protocols in abode at all venues, so appointment the websites listed for alone theater’s adapted advice apropos COVID-19 anesthetic and/or affectation policies.
“Thirteen Days”: Brian Pastor’s adjustment of Robert F. Kennedy’s account of the Cuban Missile Crisis is performed by an all-female cast; directed by Pastor. To Oct. 24. City Lit Theater, 1020 W. Bryn Mawr, $32; citylit.org
“Brighton Beach Memoirs”: Neil Simon’s ball about a boyhood who charge cope with the banal actuality of his ancestors activity in Brooklyn. To Oct. 17. Citadel Theatre, 300 S. Waukegan, Lake Forest, $20-$45; citadeltheatre.org
“The Apple Goes Round”: John Kander and Fred Ebb’s agreeable that celebrates the duo’s songbook via tunes from “Cabaret!,” “Kiss of the Spider Woman,” “Funny Lady” and more. To Nov. 7. Marriott Theatre, 10 Marriott Dr., Lincolnshire, $50-$60; marriotttheatre.com
“The Golden Girls — The Absent Episodes, Vol. 5 – SEX!: The long-running apology of the television archetypal allotment with a new appearance that explores the ladies’ annoying side; directed by Madison Smith. To Oct. 23. Hell in a Handbag Productions at Leather Archives and Museum, 6418 N. Greenview, $27-$45; handbagproductions.org
“Macbeth”: A new assembly of Verdi’s opera from Scottish administrator Sir David McVicar is an adjustment of Shakespeare’s archetypal tragedy, a account of a power-hungry brace and their blood-soaked ascendance to the head of Scotland. To Oct. 9. Lyric Opera, 20 N. Wacker, $39 ; lyricopera.org
“Forever Plaid”: Stuart Ross and James Raitt’s agreeable caricature arranged with tunes from the 1950s. To Nov. 7. Drury Lane Theatre, 100 Drury Lane, Oakbrook Terrace, $59-$72; drurylanetheatre.com
“American Mariachi”: Jose Cruz Gonzalez’s comedy-drama about a adolescent woman who comes up with a abolitionist idea: actualize an all-female mariachi band; directed by Henry Godinez. To Oct. 24. Goodman Theatre, 170 N. Dearborn, $25 ; goodmantheatre.org
“The Infinite Wrench”: The acknowledgment of the Neo-Futurists’ advancing and every-changing attack to accomplish 30 plays in 60 minutes. The Neo-Futurists, 5153 N. Ashland, $10; neofuturists.org
“Songs for Nobodies”: Joanna Murray-Smith’s one-woman tour-de-force that celebrates the iconic assignment of Judy Garland, Patsy Cline, Billie Holiday, Edith Piaf and Maria Callas. Bethany Thomas stars; Rob Lindley directs. To Oct. 31, Northlight Theatre at North Shore Center for the Performing Arts, 9501 Skokie Blvd., Skokie, $30-$89; northlight.org
“Songs for a New World”: Jason Robert Brown’s agreeable tells the belief of bodies adverse a array of life-changing crisis and appearance a account that blends pop, actuality and jazz. To Oct. 24. Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre, 721 Howard, Evanston, $42-$54; theo-u.com.
“Sense & Sensibility”: Lifeline Theatre presents an audio adjustment of Jane Austen’s archetypal atypical of two sisters analytic for love. Streams to Oct. 31, Free; lifelinetheatre.com.
“Last Night in Karaoke Town”: Mike Beyer and Kirk Pynchon’s ball set in one of Cleveland’s oldest karaoke confined that may accept to abutting its doors aback the new buyer announces he wants to change it into a cider bar; directed by Kim Boler. To Nov. 6. The Factory Theater, 1623 W. Howard, $10-$25; thefactorytheater.com
Destinos: Chicago International Latino Amphitheater Festival: Teatro Tariakuri’s “La manera como luces esta noche” (To Oct., 17), a comedic bogie account about a angel and the aborigine who loves her; Casa de Teatro’s “Mal de Amores” (Oct. 8-10), a admixture of storytelling and song as an old man tells adulation belief and a woman sings boleros, baladas and rancheras; Urban Amphitheater Company’s “Brujaja” (Oct. 9-10), which pairs theater, ball and drumming; Teatro Vista’s “Futurology presents: The Fifth World” (Oct. 10-11), a new consecutive audio ball about a accurate abomination ambassador who is circuitous in myth’s as old as the world; Vision Latino Theatre’s “Y tu abuela, breadth is she?” (Oct. 11-24), about an interracial brace gluttonous to adapt the genes of their approaching children; Agus, Sol y Sereno’s “Corazon de Papel” (Oct. 14-17), a delineation of post-Hurricane Puerto Rico told through puppetry; Aguijon Theater’s “La Gran Tirana: Descarga dramatica” (Oct. 15-Nov. 21), a new assignment aggressive by La Lupe, the Queen of Latin Soul. Locations and prices vary; clata.org.
“The Elixir of Love}: Donizetti’s banana opera is the chance of a naïve aide Nemorino who pines for the amorous Adina who additionally happens to be his boss; directed by Daniel Slater. To Oct. 8. Lyric Opera, 20 N. Wacker, $39 ; lyricopera.org.
“Night Safari,” “The Old Country,” “The Stretch”: A leash of abbreviate plays from columnist Tracy Letts: Rainn Wilson performs a address which poses questions about beastly behavior and animal biology; William Petersen, Karen Rodriguez and Mike Nussbaum articulation the puppets in a allotment about two men in a booth waxing nostalgic; and Letts performs a address about a horse chase that is not what it seems. Streams to Oct. 24, $20; steppenwolf.org.
“4000 Days”: Peter Quilter’s comedy-drama about a man who wakes up from a three-week blackout and finds he remembers annihilation from the accomplished 11 years including his accord with his partner; directed by Jay Españo. To Oct. 31. The Broadway, Pride Arts Center, 4139 N. Broadway, $30; pridearts.org
“The Second City’s 109th Revue”: A comedic assay of how we’re all appetite to acquisition joy in a acutely amaranthine beck of apocalyptic change from cabal theories to amusing all-overs to abyssal the accepted political landscape. Ongoing. The Second City, 1616 N. Wells, $29-$55; secondcity.com/chicago-shows/
“Holy Ghost Bingo: God, Goblins & Games”: Vicki Quade’s ball examines Halloween traditions, alarming movies, accursed lath games, apparitional churches, the best bonbon and the affliction costumes. To Oct. 31. Greenhouse Amphitheater Center, 2257 N. Lincoln, $35; greenhousetheater.org.
“Dracula: A Consecutive Audio Play”: The House Theatre of Chicago’s 10-part adjustment of the archetypal chance streams with a new chance anniversary week. Streams to Dec. 3. Free; thehousetheatre.com
“Kingdom”: Broken Nose Theatre presents an audio adjustment of Michael Allen Harris’ ancestors ball about a brace who, afterwards Florida legalizes aforementioned sex marriage, appear to agreement with their differing opinions on the call of accepting married. To Oct. 24. Pay-what-you-can; brokennosetheatre.com
“Rent 25th Anniversary Farewell Tour”: Jonathan Larson’s Tony Award-winning agreeable follows a assorted accumulation of artists and accompany disturbing to chase their dreams. Oct. 5-10. CIBC Theatre, 18 W. Monroe, $25 ; broadwayinchicago.com.
“A Recipe for Disaster”: Chef Rick Bayless teams up with Windy City Playhouse for this immersive absurdity which revolves about a appropriate accident at a contemporary restaurant breadth aggregate that could go amiss does. Audiences will sample tastes of cocktails, wine and aliment created by Bayless. David H. Bell directs. Oct. 6-ongoing. Club Level at Petterino’s, 150 N. Dearborn, $90-$130; windycityplayhouse.com
“As You Like It”: Daryl Cloran’s adjustment of Shakespeare’s archetypal adventurous ball is set in the ‘60s and alloyed with the music of The Beatles. Oct. 6-Nov. 21. Chicago Shakespeare at Navy Pier, 800 E. Grand, $49-$90; chicagoshakes.com
“The Tragedy of Othello, The Moor of Venice”: Kelvin Roston Jr. stars in Shakespeare’s tragedy which sets the admirers in the average of the action; co-directed by Charles Newell and Gabrielle Randle-Bent. Oct. 7-Nov. 21. Court Theatre, 5535 S. Ellis, $56-$76 in person, $35-$50 alive version; courttheatre.org
“The Humans”: Stephen Karam’s ball about a ancestors anniversary acquisition that unravels into tantrums and bond secrets; directed by Steve Scott. Oct. 7-Nov. 14. Redtwist Theatre, 1044 W. Bryn Mawr, $35 ; redtwist.org
“House of the Exquisite Corpse”: A abhorrence peepshow, boob amphitheater album breadth hallways, apartment and hidden doors bare worlds that alarm and amaze. Oct. 7-30. Rough House at Chopin Theatre, 1543 W. Division, $21-$26; roughhousetehater.com
“Fields of Fire”: Cabinet of Curiosity presents an alfresco immersive experience, a choreographed accident with chance and music all orbiting a admirable tree. Oct. 7-10. Boler Park, 3601 Arthington, $25, chargeless for Lawndale residents; cocechicago.com
“Legally Blonde”: The agreeable based on the blur follows Elle Woods transformation from abode babe to Harvard law student. Oct. 7-Nov. 20. Metropolis Performing arts Centre, 111 W Campbell, Arlington Heights, $40; metropolisarts.com
“Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog”: Joss Whedon, Maurissa Tancharoen, Jed Whedon and Zack Whedon’s internet agreeable about a supervillain wannabe who shares his affairs to drove his nemesis, win the woman of his dreams and accompany the Evil League of Evil; directed by Ed Rutherford. Oct. 8-Nov. 6. Black Button Eyes Productions at The Bend Theater, 5451 N. Broadway, $30; drhorriblechicago.eventbrite.com
Playwrights Unit Readings: “The Carelessness of Mary Todd” by Terry Guest, “La Fuente De Cascabeles” by Exal Iraheta, “Expatriate” by Steve Pickering, “Rust” by Nancy Garcia Loza, “You Deserve to Be Here” by Alex Lubischer, “Boxing Play” by Marisa Carr and “Rack Up” by Eliza Bent. Oct. 9-Nov. 4. Goodman Theatre, 170 N. Dearborn, Free; goodmantheatre.org
“This Wide Night”: Chloe Moss’s ball about two aforetime confined women who analysis their accord alfresco bastille walls; directed by Georgette Verdin. Oct. 11-Nov. 13. Shattered Globe Theatre at Amphitheater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont, $45; sgtheatre.org
“The Relocation of Nokwsi”: A basic boob assembly aggressive by columnist Robert Hicks Jr.’s grandfather’s chance abroad from his bodies — the Cherokee, Paiute, Yakama, and Shoshone — to alive and assignment in Chicago. Streams Oct. 11-Nov. 11, chargeless with appropriate donation; chicagochildrenstheatre.org
“The Jigsaw Bride: A Frankenstein Story”: Joseph Zettelmaier’s gothic abhorrence account breadth article or addition lies in the charcoal of Dr. Frankenstein’s castle; directed by Hayley Rice. Oct. 13-Nov. 14. Aboriginal Folio Theatre at Mayslake Peabody Estate, 31st and Rt. 83, Oak Brook, $49, $59; firstfolio.org
“Born Yesterday”: Garson Kanin’s archetypal ball about an benighted adolescent woman who goes in chase of an education; directed by Sean Michael Barrett. Oct. 15-Nov. 7. Saint Sebastian Players at St. Bonaventure, 1625 W. Diversey, $25; saintsebastianplayers.org
“Fannie, The Music and Activity of Fannie Lou Hamer”: E. Faye Butler stars as the acclaimed civilian rights activist in Cheryl L. West’s biographical ball which defines what it agency to be a accurate revolutionary; directed by Henry Godinez. Oct. 15-Nov 14. Goodman Theatre, 170 N. Dearborn, $25 ; goodmantheatre.org
“The Carelessness of Edgar Allan Poe: A Adulation Story”: David Rice’s immersive ball follows the biographer as he grapples with adulation and carelessness afterwards the afterlife of his admired wife. Oct. 15-Nov.7. Oak Park Festival Theatre at Pleasant Home, 217 Home, Oak Park, $44; oakparkfestival.com
“Hamlet”: Shakespeare’s archetypal tragedy; Charles Askenaizer directs and performs the role of Hamlet. Oct. 21-Nov. 21. Invictus Theatre, 1106 W. Thorndale, $30; invictustheatreco.com
“Eurydice”: Sarah Ruhl’s booty on the age-old allegory is told from the angle of Eurydice rather than Orpheus; directed by Kathy Scambiatterra. Oct. 23-Nov. 21. The Artistic Home at The Den Theatre, 1331 N. Milwaukee, $34; theartistichome.org
“What the Constitution Agency to Me”: Heidi Schreck’s ball breathes new activity into the U.S. Constitution and imagines how it will appearance the abutting bearing of American women; directed by Oliver Butler. Oct. 26-Nov. 21. Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place, 175 E. Chestnut, $30 ; broadwayinchicago.com
“An Evening with Groucho”: Frank Ferrante’s Groucho laugh-filled account of Groucho Marx celebrates the appearance and spirit of the comedian. Oct. 26. Spiegeltent ZaZou, Cambria Hotel, 32 W. Randolph; $39.50-$59.50; eveningwithgroucho.com
“The Last Brace of Earlies”: The apple premiere of Joshua Allen’s ball about a affiliated brace who face a life-altering question: Are we still abundant for anniversary other? Directed by Wardell Julius Clark. Oct. 27-Dec. 12. Raven Theatre, 6157 N. Clark, $40; raventheatre.com
“Ragtime”: Terrence McNally, Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens agreeable based on E.L. Doctorow’s atypical about the chase for the American Dream; directed by Stacey Flaster. Oct. 28-Nov. 7. Music Amphitheater Works at North Shore Center for the Performing Arts, 9501 Skokie Blvd., Skokie, $20-$108; musictheaterworks.com
“Love in the Time of Jonestown”: The New Coordinates’ radio ball beck of Omer Abbas Salem’s drama, which explores the baroque anguish of accepting and the abstruse beatitude of betrayal; directed by Sophiyaa Nayar. Streams Oct. 28-Nov. 21, $15; thenewcoordinates.org
“Hit ‘Em on the Blackside”: Congo Square Theatre’s account ball alternation allotment for 12 new online episodes. Streams Oct. 29-Dec. 10, free; congosquaretheatre.org
“War of the Worlds”: A Theatre in the Dark’s basic audio adjustment of H.G. Wells’ Martian aggression tale. Streams Oct. 29-3, $15 donation; atheatreinthedark.com
“Pump Boys & Dinettes”: The agreeable set in a North Carolina dinette and abounding with toe-tapping music; directed by Robert Reddrick. Oct. 30-Dec. 12. Porchlight Music Theatre at Ruth Page Center for the Arts, 1016 N. Dearborn, $45-$74; porchlightmusictheatre.org
“Paradise Square”: The pre-Broadway run of a new agreeable set in 1863 in the Five Points breadth of Lower Manhattan breadth Irish immigrants achieve alongside free-born Black Americans and those who able slavery; directed by Moises Kaufman with choreography by Bill T. Jones. Nov. 2-Dec. 5. Nederlander Theatre, 24 W. Randolph; broadwayinchicago.com
“Beautiful — The Carole King Musical”: The agreeable chronicles the career of the pop singer-songwriter and appearance her hit songs. Nov. 2-Nov. 7. CIBC Theatre, 18 W. Monroe, $31 ; broadwayinchicago.com
“The Magic Flute”: Mozart’s opera in which a prince and angel celebration over obstacles in their chase for wisdom, broad-mindedness and love. Nov. 3-37. Lyric Opera, 20 N. Wacker, $49 ; lyricopera.org
“Remember This — The Lesson of Jan Karski”: Academy Award nominated amateur David Strathairn stars in Clark Adolescent and Derek Goldman’s abandoned ball about the Apple War II hero who risked his activity to backpack the aboriginal beholder letters of the Holocaust to the White House breadth his warnings were met with cessation and disbelief. Nov. 4-14. The Yard at Chicago Shakespeare at Navy Pier, 800 E. Grand, $43-$75; chicagoshakes.com
“Sister Act”: The agreeable ball about a disco diva who assemblage a annihilation and is bearded as a nun and put in careful custody; directed by Reneisha Jenkins. Nov. 5-Jan. 9. Mercury Theater, 3745 N. Southport, $35-$85; mercurytheaterchicago.com
“Hundred Days”: The Bengsons and Sarah Gancher’s new agreeable explores the question: “How do we accomplish the best of the time that we have?; directed by Lucky Stiff. Nov. 7-Jan. 9. Kokandy Productions at Chopin Theatre, 1543 W. Division, $38; kokandyproductions.com
“Cinderella”: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s alluring agreeable adjustment of the archetypal bogie tale; directed by Brenda Didier. For ages 5 and up. Nov. 10-Jan. 9. Paramount Theatre, 23 E. Galena, $36-$74; paramountaurora.com
“Bug”: Tracy Letts’ searing, batty ball allotment with the actors from the assembly that was shut bottomward in March 2020 — Carrie Coon, Namir Smallwood and Randall Arney; David Cromer directs. Nov. 11-Dec. 12. Steppenwolf Theatre, 1650 N. Halsted, $20-$110; steppenwolftheatre.org
“You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown”: Clark Gesner, Michael Mayer and Andrew Lippa’s agreeable in which the absolute Peanuts assemblage analyze life’s abundant questions. Nov. 11-Dec. 23. Citadel Theatre, 300 S. Waukegan, Lake Forest, $20-$45; citadeltheatre.org
“The Snow Queen”: Lanise Antoine Shelley’s adjustment of Hans Christian Anderson’s admired fable; directed by Amber D. Montgomery. Nov. 12-Jan. 2. House Theatre of Chicago at Chopin Theatre, 1543 W. Division, $20-$50; thehousetheatre.com
“God of Carnage”: Yasmina Reza’s ball uncovers what happens aback two couples accommodated for a affable argument about a amphitheater argument amid their two adolescent sons; co-directed by Derek Bertelsen and Robert Tobin. Nov. 12-Dec. 12. AstonRep Theatre at The Bend Theatre, 1133 W. Catalpa; astonrep.com
“Florencia in the Amazon”: Mexican artisan Daniel Catan’s opera, about a alluring diva on a life-changing chance on the Amazon, is abounding with bewitched realism. Nov. 13-28. Lyric Opera, 20 N. Wacker; $39 ; lyricopera.org
Fighting Words Festival: Readings of new plays: “Phantom Queens” by Jessica Johnson, “Child’s Play” by Frank Garland” and “The Mark” by Jillian Leff. Nov 13-14. Babes with Blades at The Factory Theatre, 1623 W. Howard, free, beck additionally available; babeswithblades.org
“Kiss Me Kate”: The agreeable follows the hijinks as a affiliated brace action on date and off during a assembly of “The Taming of the Shrew.” Nov. 17-Jan. 16. Marriott Theatre, 10 Marriott Dr., Lincolnshire, $50-$60; marriotttheatre.com
“Love Actually? The Unauthorized Agreeable Parody”: Bob and Tobly McSmith’s apology of the iconic adventurous ball follows nine arbitrary couples attractive for love; directed by Tim Drucker. Nov. 17-Jan. 2. Apollo Theater, 2540 N. Lincoln, $29-$59; ticketmaster.com
“Frozen”: The agreeable adjustment of the accepted Disney film. Nov. 19-Jan. 22. Cadillac Palace Theatre, 151 W. Randolph, $33; broadwayinchicago.com
“Irving Berlin’s Anniversary Inn”: The agreeable based on the archetypal blur appearance a hit array of Berlin’s songs including “White Christmas.” Nov. 19-Jan. 9. Drury Lane Theatre, 100 Drury Lane, Oakbrook Terrace, $54-$74; drurylanetheatre.com
“Mr. Dickens’ Hat”: The apple premiere of Michael Hollinger’s ball with music about a brace of bumbling thieves who attack to abduct a hat said to accept been beat by the acclaimed columnist and the adolescent babe out to antithesis their plan and chargeless her ancestor from debtor’s prison; directed by David Catlin. Nov. 26-Jan. 2. Northlight Theatre, 9501 Skokie Blvd., Skokie, $30-$89; northlight.org
“A Christmas Carol”: Larry Yando allotment as Ebenezer Scrooge in the anniversary staging of Charles Dickens archetypal anniversary story; directed by Jessica Thebus. Nov. 20-Dec. 31. Goodman Theatre, 170 N. Dearborn, $25 ; goodmantheatre.org
“Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins”: A date adjustment of the archetypal children’s anniversary book by Eric Kimmel. Nov. 20-Dec. 12. Strawdog Theatre, 1802 W. Berenice; strawdog.com
“When Harry Met Rehab”: Spike Manton and Harry Teinowitz’s ball appearance Dan Butler (“Frazier”) in a amusing yet agitating attending at an alcoholic on the bend of clueless annihilation; directed by Jackson Gay. Nov. 24-Jan. 30. Greenhouse Amphitheater Center, 2257 N. Lincoln, $42-$85; whenharrymetrehab.com
“Stove Toucher”: Kurt Naebig performs his abandoned appearance about accepting aggregate you capital and again watching it all abatement apart. Nov. 26-Dec. 19. Buffalo Theatre Ensemble at McAninch Arts Center, 425 Fawell, Glen Ellyn; $42; atthemac.org
“The Second City Anniversary Revue”: Seasonal anniversary fun with the ball troupe. Nov. 26-Dec. 23. Copley Theatre, North Island Center, 8 E. Galena, $37; paramountaurora.com
“Christmas Dearest”: David Cerda allotment as extra Joan Crawford who has absent afterimage of what the holidays absolutely beggarly until she’s visited by three ghosts who set her straight; directed by Derek Van Barham. Nov. 27-Dec. 31. Hell in a Handbag Productions at Ebenezer Lutheran Church, 1650 W. Foster, $32; handbagproductions.org
“This Ability”: Chicago Children’s Theatre’s basic ball about a adolescent autistic being who comes to the accomplishment aback a celebrity cat goes missing; directed by Daniel Carlton. Streams Dec. 3-Jan. 3, Chargeless with donation; chicagochildrenstheatre.org
“8-Track: The Sound of the ‘70s”: A fast-paced agreeable chance through the decade; directed by Jamal Howard. Dec. 3-Jan. 23. Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre, 721 Howard, Evanston; theo-u.com.
“The Ball That Goes Wrong”: A archetypal annihilation abstruseness set during the aperture night of a ball breadth aggregate that can go amiss does. Dec. 14-Jan. 30. Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower, 175 E. Chestnut; broadwayinchicago.com
“Q Brothers Christmas Carol”: A hip-hop reinterpretation of the anniversary classic; directed by GQ and JQ and developed with Rick Boynton. Dec. 8-23. The Yard at Chicago Shakespeare at Navy Pier, 800 E. Grand, $38-$56; chicagoshakes.com
“Dishwasher Dreams”: Amateur Alaudin Ullah takes a chance from colonial India in the 1930s to Spanish Harlem in the 1970s to present day Hollywood in a circuitous chance of analytic for the American Dream; directed by Chay Yew. Dec. 9-Jan. 22. Writers Theatre, 325 Tudor, Glencoe, $35-$90; writerstheatre.org
“Miracle on 34th Street”: Lance Arthur Smith’s agreeable adjustment of the archetypal anniversary film. Dec. 10-19. BrightSide Amphitheater at Meiley-Swallow Hall, North Central College, 31 S. Ellsworth, Naperville; brightsidetheater.com
“Christmas Karol: An Uptown Anniversary Celebration of Diversity”: Jay Espano’s devised ball about a blah bistro buyer and above amusing artisan who faces the night she dreads the most: the anniversary Christmas carol concert at her cafe. Dec. 11-Jan. 2. The Broadway, Pride Arts Center, 4139 N. Broadway; pridearts.org
“Pretty Woman — The Musical”: The agreeable based on the accepted cine appearance a account by Grammy-winner Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance and a book by the movie’s administrator Garry Marshall and biographer J.F. Lawton. Dec. 14-19. CIBC Theatre, 18 W. Monroe; broadwayinchicago.com
“Billy Elliot the Musical”: Elton John and Lee Hall’s Tony Award-winning agreeable about a adolescent boy’s admiration to accurate himself through dance; directed by Kyle A. Dougan. Dec. 23-Jan. 2. Music Amphitheater Works at North Shore Center for the Performing Arts, 9501 Skokie Blvd., Skokie, $20-$108; musictheaterworks.com
Compiled by Mary Houlihan
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