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JLC Spring 2024 Performing Arts Series
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Saturday, January 20 at 8 p.m.
Mainstage Theatre

Regular: $20, Senior 65+/Military: $18
Students: $10

Recreating the spirit and sound of the legendary band Fleetwood Mac

in its heyday, Second Hand News unites an ensemble of veteran Chicago musicians as they deliver spot-on vocal harmonies, classic songs and

deep cuts beloved by super fans. Through the talents of these seasoned performers, the musicianship of Mick Fleetwood, John and Christine McVie, Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham will be brought to life on stage. 

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Saturday, January 27 at 8 p.m.
Mainstage Theatre

Regular: $35, Senior 65+/Military: $32
Students: $15

A stand-up comedian, podcaster and one of the hosts of the WGN Morning News, Pat Tomasulo is also one of the top headlining acts in Chicago.

He’ll bring his observational, absurdist humor to the stage, riffing through

a variety of life observations, topical news and sports and the idiosyncrasies

of being human, peppered throughout with witty commentary. Bring on

the belly laughs!

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Sunday, February 25 at 4 p.m.
Mainstage Theatre

Regular: $32, Senior 65+/Military: $28
Students: $15

Set in a music-filled suburban basement, Forever Young follows a group

of friends as they mutually discover the greatest songs of all time. Jam-packed with powerhouse vocals, theatrical dazzle and dynamic choreography, the ensemble will perform songs by Billy Joel, The Beatles, Huey Lewis and the News, Johnny Cash, Styx and The Rolling Stones, to name a few. Enjoy a heartfelt true story told through music.  

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Friday, March 15 at 8 p.m.
Mainstage Theatre

Regular: $52, Senior 65+/Military: $47
Students: $25

Two of Canada’s brightest stars merge their virtuosic talents in an evening

of contemporary Irish and traditional folk music. Natalie MacMaster,

a marquee superstar, fiddler and step-dancer in the Celtic music world

with a multi-decade career, performs with her husband and fellow peerless fiddler, Donnell Leahy. This exceptional evening of inspirational and exhilarating music coupled with electrifying performances is a must-see.  

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Sunday, March 24 at 7 p.m.
Mainstage Theatre

Regular: $38, Senior 65+/Military: $35
Students: $15

Direct from Argentina, MALEVO is an all-male group elevating Malambo traditions with urban percussion and dance. Testing strength, dexterity and agility, elements of flamenco, tango and Irish stepdance meet and the result is a performance that not only pushes the Malambo style beyond its limits but gives audiences an extraordinary visual and sensory theatrical experience unlike any other.


After being named an official Cultural Ambassador to the National Identity of Argentina and achieving numerous successes including performances in Las Vegas, New York, Paris, and London, MALEVO has appeared with Latin pop star Ricky Martin, Cirque du Soleil, and on the hit television show America's Got Talent. Backed by a live band, MALEVO is a fiery, pulsating South American sensation slaying audiences across the globe.

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Sunday, April 7 at 7 p.m.
Mainstage Theatre

Regular: $45, Senior 65+/Military: $42
Students: $22

Ustad Zakir Hussain

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Sabir Khan

Considered the “presiding genius and global ambassador for North Indian classical music,” Grammy Award-winning tabla virtuoso Ustad Zakir Hussain has collaborated with George Harrison, Earth, Wind & Fire, Van Morrison

and more. Joined on stage by Sabir Kahn, a tenth-generation sarangi player and Debopriya Chatterjee, an award-winning flautist and bansuri player, this promises to be an uplifting musical exploration of the richness, depth and

joy of Indian music.


All ticket prices include $2 JLC Facility Fee.

Additional fee applies for online ticket purchases. 

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