Take a ‘Trip’ for a few weeks

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SCREAM TOUR: THE NEXT GENERATION will have the young crowd on its feet Oct. 28 at the Arie Crown Theatre featuring Mindless Behavior, Jacob Latimore, Diggy Simmons, Hamilton Park and OMG Girlz.

STAR PLAZA THEATRE in Merrillville, Ind. presents the Grey Goose Rising Icons Tour 3 Oct. 25 featuring Grammy- and American Music Awards-nominated singer Miguel and Marsha Ambrosius.

SCREAM TOUR: THE NEXT GENERATION will have the young crowd on its feet Oct. 28 at the Arie Crown Theatre featuring Mindless Behavior, Jacob Latimore, Diggy Simmons, Hamilton Park and OMG Girlz.

CLOUD GATE DANCE of Taiwan features “Water Stains On The Wall” at the Harris Theater, 205 E. Randolph Dr., Oct. 28 – 29.

VOCALIST AVA LOGAN will encore at the Skokie Theatre, 7924 N. Lincoln Ave., Oct. 29 as she pays tribute to Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday and Nancy Wilson, to name a few. For more information call 847-677-7761.

LERONE BENNETT JR. and MARI EVANS will be honored Oct. 30 at the DuSable Museum of African American History. The event, hosted by revered poets Nikki Giovanni, Haki R. Madhubuti, Eugene B. Redmond and Sonia Sanchez. WBEZ’s Richard Steele will serve as the Master of Ceremonies.

ETA CREATIVE ARTS MAINSTAGE SEASON, 7558 S. South Chicago Ave., currently features “The Trip” by Crystal V. Rhodes; directed by Mignon McPherson Nance. The show expects to conclude Nov. 14. The drama by Rhodes consists of four longtime friends who become petty and mixes with verbal battles and unexpected situations among friends.

ABOUT FACE THEATRE, 1105 W. Chicago Ave., presents “The Kid Thing” by Artist Associate Sarah Gubins and directed by Joanie Schultz. Two lesbian couples who are close friends attend a dinner party, however they become concerned over the fact of an impending pregnancy that dangers their friendship.

GOODMAN THEATRE, 170 N. Dearborn, continues its 34th edition of “A Christmas Carol” with Larry Yando returning as “Scrooge.” Steve Scott directs the holiday classic that continues through New Years Eve. Tickets range from $25 to $80.

Copyright 2011 Chicago Defender

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