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SCHOOL SHOWS

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Junie B Jones: Toothless Wonder
By Allison Gregory
Directed by Alicia Hall
Mainstage Theatre

 

School Group Matinees:

Thursday, September 26, 2024, at 10 a.m.

Friday, September 27, 2024, at 10 a.m.


Special Offer for School Groups: $2.50 per student, teachers are FREE!
Contact the JLC Box Office for more information at 847-543-2300.

Junie B. Jones is having a rough day—no, scratch that, a rough week! First off, she is about to lose her first tooth, and what does the Tooth Fairy do with all those teeth anyway? Even worse, everyone in her class has been invited to her classmate Jim's birthday ... except for her. Will Junie land that surprisingly elusive invitation? And if her tooth comes out, what will she even look like? Visit Junie's charming and witty world as we learn together what it means to grow up and fit in.

 

Recommended for grades K-5.
 

Junie B. Junes: Toothless Wonder Auditions:
August 20 & 21, 6:30 p.m., Studio Theatre (open to the community)

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Frida Kahlo and the Bravest Girl in the World
Music by Joe Illick
Libretto by Mark Campbell
Mainstage Theatre

 

School Group Matinees:

Tuesday, October 29 at 10 a.m. & 12 p.m.

Run Time: 45 minutes


FREE!

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Lyric's Opera in the Neighborhoods program brings live performances of youth-focused operas to neighborhood venues throughout the Chicago area. Programmed for grades 3-5,

Opera in the Neighborhoods is free to school groups, and bus scholarships are available for qualifying schools.
 

Join us for our 2024/25 Opera in the Neighborhoods student performances of Frida Kahlo and the Bravest Girl in the World, a story about facing your fears, learning new things, and the power of friendship. Based on the acclaimed book by author and illustrator Laurence Anholt, the story follows the real-life friendship of Mariana, a young girl living in the heart of Mexico City, and Frida Kahlo, the famed artist. When Mariana plucks up her courage to meet Frida, a friendship blossoms between them. You’ll meet Frida’s husband, artist Diego Rivera, as well as a singing parrot, dog, and monkey. Young people will delight in the opportunity to participate in this charming musical journey!

Recommended for grades 3-5.

This will be a bilingual performance in English and Spanish.

The above curriculum-enhancing programs not only give students a chance to view live theatre, but the subject matter often coincides with prominent and important lessons being studied in the classroom.

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